Looking for a great tour of Oahu? Then take a Blue Skies of Oahu Helicopter Flight on the Island of Oahu, Hawaii. During the tour visitors will see the Island's hidden rainforests, coral reefs of Waikiki and journey down the coastline to legendary Sacred Falls for a view of the Dole Pineapple Plantation.

Fly Over Pearl Harbor on a Blue Skies of Oahu Helicopter Flight

Take in the majestic scenery of Oahu from the skies with a Blue Skies of Oahu Helicopter Flight. This unique helicopter tour will take you over Oahu's most spectacular landscapes as you glide past rainforests, coral reefs, white-sand beaches, and extinct volcanoes. 

The pilot flying your Blue Skies of Oahu Helicopter Flight will be a State of Hawaii Certified tour guide who will narrate the journey over Oahu along the way. The tour will take you to Diamond Head, an extinct volcano that was last active 150,000 years ago. Take in beautiful Hanauma Bay and Wainmanalo Beach before the helicopter flies to the cliffs of the Nuuanu Rainforest. Enjoy the breathtaking coastline of the island with views of waterfalls and the famous Dole Pineapple Plantation. Your last stop will be Pearl Harbor where you can spot both the Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri. 

This 45-minute Blue Skies of Oahu Helicopter Flight will be the best part of your trip to Oahu, and offers an incomparable way to see this gorgeous Hawaiian island. 

To book your Blue Skies of Oahu Helicopter Flight, call us now.

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