Isle Sights Unseen Helicopter Tour Doors Off or On in Honolulu, HI

Novictor Helicopters155 Kapalulu Place Ste 197Honolulu, HI 96819
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$265.00
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Overview

Soar down the coast of Waikiki, loop around Diamond Head, and travel along the eastern shores of Honolulu on the Isle Sights Unseen Helicopter Tour! During the flight, you will spot countless city landmarks, but also natural wonders like the Hanauma Bay reefs, Lanikai Beach, and the emerald cliffs of Ka’a’awa Valley. To top it off, enjoy a low-altitude view of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial!

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Honolulu Travel Experts
  • Family-friendly.
  • Great photo opportunities!
  • Located in the Castle & Cooke Aviation building at Honolulu International Airport.
  • Hotel pickups are provided 30 – 60 minutes prior to departure time. Select your hotel from the list on the form after submitting your order.

Description

from Isle Sights Unseen Helicopter Tour Doors Off or On
A unique side of Oahu awaits when you take to the sky to discover the sights you have yet to see.

Your tour will begin as you fly over Honolulu’s famous harbor as the Aloha Tower welcomes arriving ships into the port – just as it has done for nearly 100 years. Heading further down the coast, you’ll pass the beaches of Waikiki and then do a slow loop around majestic Diamond Head, peaking into the center of what is arguably the most famous landmark in all of Hawaii. Then, with wide open Maunalua Bay passing beneath you, you’ll reach the island’s rugged eastern shores and Hanauma Bay’s well-known reefs. Following the rocky coast, you’ll reach the little lighthouse sitting atop the cliffs of Makapu’u and pass the longest stretch of beach on the entire island of Oahu. You’ll then travel up the Windward Coast, to visit world-renowned Lanikai Beach and the aptly-named Chinaman’s Hat. You’ll explore the lush forests and emerald cliffs of the awe-inspiring Ka'a’awa Valley and fly in close for a view of Oahu’s highest waterfall, Sacred Falls. The tour will end with a visit to the Dole Pineapple Plantation and low-altitude views of Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial. A side of Oahu many do not know will reveal itself with a tour of these sights unseen.

Please Note:
Due to FAA regulations, children 24 months and over require an individual full-fare seat. Any child under 24 months is welcome on the lap of a responsible adult at no charge.

For each passenger weighing 250 lbs or more, an empty seat purchase is required to safely balance the aircraft. The charge for an empty seat is 50% off the regular tour price. Maximum weight of 300 lbs.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Isle Sights Unseen Helicopter Tour Doors Off or On

How does Free shuttle work?
For hotel pick-up, please call the number listed on your voucher after purchase to set-up a time. Hotel pickups are provided approximately 30 – 60 minutes prior to departure time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.

Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the flight departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is processed, we will send you information (phone number, email address, etc.) to coordinate pick-up.

What time of day has the best visibility for tours? 
Welcome to paradise! Hawaii enjoys beautiful weather mornings, afternoons, and evenings. So the real question is, “When do you want to fly?” Of course, we do keep our eye constantly on the weather reports to make sure your helicopter flight is the best possible experience.

Is photography allowed?
Not only is photography allowed, but it’s also encouraged! You’ll see Hawaii as you’ve never seen it before!

What clothing should I wear? 
The temperature aboard the helicopter is very comfortable during flights—t-shirts and shorts are just fine. However, if you choose a doors-off tour, your flight will be windy and cold so jackets and sweatshirts are required and long pants are recommended.

Note: hats are not allowed onboard your flight. Your hat might blow off your head and fly up into the rotors and that is very unsafe. You may leave any hats in the office during our flight.

Is it guaranteed that I will see everything listed on the tour? 
We try to fly over every landmark listed on your selected tour. However, flying in a helicopter is not as simple as watching a movie. Once in a while, we have to contend with poor visibility, strong winds, or other weather that may prevent us from taking our normal route. We will do our best to cover the listed landmarks as well as accommodate any requests that you may have.

I get motion sickness frequently. Should I take medicine before the flight? 
Our flights are very smooth; this is not a theme park ride! So many people who presume they may have an issue feel just fine during the tour. However, if you are prone to motion sickness you might want to take a motion sickness pill just as a precaution. We want you to enjoy your flight!

Are young children allowed on flights?
Yes, children 24 months and under do well on flights. We even have baby headsets for them to wear. Please be aware that FAA regulations require a full-fare seat for children 24 months and over. Children 24 months and under are welcome to sit on the lap of a responsible adult at no charge.

How experienced are your pilots? 
We employ some of the most skilled pilots in the state and hold them to the highest standards. Our pilots are very experienced in their knowledge of Hawaiian skies, climates, and terrain. Their abilities will put you at ease as you fly over the beaches, mountains, and sights of the Islands. What are your hours of operation? We are open for business every day from 6:30 am to 10:00 pm, Hawaii Standard Time.