Lanai Take-Off Location - Paradise Helicopters

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 Lanai helicopter tours are one of the easiest and most fun ways to see the landscape of Lanai.  

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See the entire Island of Lāna‘i in just thirty minutes!

Experience the entire island of Lāna‘i from the air on Paradise Helicopters’ Lāna‘i Circle Island Experience! See the entire island of Lāna‘i in just thirty-minutes, an air tour is a great way to acquaint yourself with the island upon arrival, and gain a better understanding of its history, culture, and beauty.

Follow the perimeter of Lāna‘i’s singular volcano, Pālāwai, which now extinct. By air, you can see the Mānele Bay on the southern shore, and as you turn north toward the home of the Kānepu‘u dryland forest preserve, view Keahiakawelo (the “Garden of the Gods”), and Polihua.

Explore the islands of Lāna‘i, Kaho‘olawe, Maui, and Moloka‘i from above on the only helicopter tour of “Greater Maui”

On Paradise Helicopters' Maui Nui tour, you will launching from Lāna‘i, and discover all four of the major islands that comprise Maui Nui. First, head east past Kaho‘olawe, with its unique history as a bombing range for the US Army during WWII, to the southern flank of East Maui.

View the slopes of Haleakalā and the road to Hāna without spending hours in a rental car, and make your way past the world-famous surf break at Pe‘ahi – Jaws – as you come upon West Maui and its white beaches and transition over the Pailolo channel to Moloka‘i.

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Maui Farmer's Table

Bring your taste buds to life with Maui's delicious bounty. Visit an organic fruit farm and enjoy local cuisine at a refined plantation restaurant.

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Lanaʻi & Maui Romance

Escape to the island of Moloka’i with your sweetheart by your side. Together you'll soar through the air, gazing at the sleepy islands of Maui, Moloka’i, and Lānaʻi resting peacefully in the blue expanse of the Pacific Ocean.

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