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Explore Hawaii: Helicopter Tour - Aerial Views of Oahu
Featured Photo by: Jet Photos
In just 45 minutes you'll see Honolulu, Waikiki, Diamond Head, Hanauma Bay, North Shore, Chinaman's Hat, to Pearl Harbor in a thrilling fashion -- Doors Off Helicopter! Check out the photos captured on our Makani Kai Helicopter tour. Rated 4.5 out of 5 on TripAdvisor according to 131 reviews.
The last helicopter tour I'll probably experience on the islands... it was the smallest helicopter I've been in -- pilot with 2 passengers in the front and 2 passengers in the back. I was in the back sitting directly behind the pilot to take get these shots.
Views of the day's Aerial Tour
Painted like but is not the helicopter from TV Show - Magnum, P.I.
Sheraton Waikiki Hotel (left) with a fabulous breakfast buffet at their Kai Market plus a relaxing Infinity (endless) pool... plus, The Royal Hawaiian Hotel, a Luxury Collection Resort (right) where visitors enjoy their Aha 'Aina a Royal Celebration luau (Mondays only!).
Ala Moana Boat Harbor
Ala Moana Beach Park
Waikiki Beach with the view of surf lessons at Baby Queens break.
Waikiki Beach and the famous Banyan Tree. Check out Waikiki's famous Kuhio Beach Torch Lighting Ceremony then the Hula Show every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday evening at sunset at the stage just behind the huge Banyan Tree by the Duke Kahanamoku statue.
Diamond Head Crater from a different angle.
From condos to homes that have boat docks in Hawaii Kai.
Koko Head Crater Hike - known as the "Ultimate Stairmaster" when you try hiking Koko Head
Scenic drive on Kamehameha Highway.
East Oahu views.
Magnum P.I. house
Headed towards Kailua and Lanikai Beach we first spot the famous Mokulua Islands.
Sacred Falls is a beautiful 1,100 ft. waterfall nestled in a hidden rainforest valley.
Shark's Cove (Pupukea, HI) for snorkelers.
North Shore coastline.
Kahuku Wind Farm
Pearl Harbor: Arizona Memorial
Back to the heliport at Honolulu International Airport (HNL)