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Ultimate Kauai Early Bird - Sunshine Helicopter

There have been 3 reviews written about the Ultimate Kauai Early Bird with Sunshine Helicopter.

Average Product Rating: 4.7 / 5

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  • Special pricing for early morning or mid afternoon.  Jurassic Park Falls, Waimea Canyon, Na Pali Coast, Hanalei Bay, Mt. Waialeale.
  • FX Star or Whisper Star
  • Departs Lihue Airport
  • 6 passengers
  • 55 - 60  Minutes


Jimmy Wilson
Great pricing on the helicopter tour! Excellent service from Kai as well, thank you!



Dave Teece
This helicopter tour was a fabulous experience The staff in the officewere wonderful The pilot Bogart provided amazing information about thebreathtaking scenery around us and other island points of interest we could seealong the way The helicopters themselves were very comfortable and we hada great afternoon



Celia McKay
First off we were told, that the day we went was a rare occurrence of no cloud cover over the Waimea canyon. We had never been in a helicopter, and opted to pay the few extra dollars for front row seating. We loved it, my husband did get a little queasy near the end, as we landed, but otherwise we had no issues. We did have motion sickness patches on, so I am not sure what the trouble was. The tour was just the right amount of time, and take off and landing were exciting for me. Flying over the canyon, and the NaPali coast were a once in a life time experience. We did have some audio trouble so hearing our pilot was difficult, but I just sat back and enjoyed the view. Everyone we dealt with were friendly and professional, if you had concerns they made you feel comfortable. I would do this tour again in a heartbeat. One suggestion for those avid photographers, videographers, just enjoy the ride, don't try and capture it in your camera. Buy the video when it's all done. My husband tried to record the whole trip, and realized half way through, his camera stopped recording, he didn't have as good an experience as I did, because he was more concerned with the camera rather than the view.