Sunshine Helicopter Tours 

Kauai offers some of the most astonishing and diverse landscapes around: deep valleys, inspiring mountains, hidden caves, majestic waterfalls… and viewing them from a helicopter is simply awe-inspiring.

Choose from the ULTIMATE TOUR OUT OF KAUAI

or the PRINCEVILLE ADVENTURE TOUR

Sunshine Helicopter tours / Will Squyres lets you discover all the best of Kauai — you’ll fly above the mountains, soar into valleys, and get a bird’s-eye view of our lush landscapes. From above, you’ll see the astonishing contrasts of the Garden Isle - the rich red dirt and emerald green vistas (something not evident from the ground) — all from the safety and comfort of a luxurious FX STAR or the WhisperSTAR.

Your safety and comfort are never compromised.

These Kauai helicopters are the Mercedes-Benz of touring copters, offering unparalleled safety along with air-conditioned comfort and custom bubble windows that ensure every seat the best seat in the house. You'll be able to soak up every bit of splendor that is Kauai in maximum luxury and well-being. In addition, Sunshine Helicopter Tours / Will Squyres has a perfect safety record in twenty years of operation.

See the sites Hollywood fell in love with.

Hollywood discovered Will Squyres long ago! He's scouted site locations for movies such as Universal Pictures' Jurassic Park, as well as Castle Rock Pictures' Outbreak and North. You'll get to see these and other exciting vistas during your tour.

Tours regularly sell out, so make sure you Book early.

On the tours that depart from either Lihue or Princeville you will take in these amazing sites.

Waimea Canyon - After seeing the red, green, blue, and purple hues exhibited in the eroded walls of this massive chasm, Mark Twain was inspired to call it the "Grand Canyon of the South Pacific”.

An amazing sight to behold, Waimea Canyon is the largest canyon in the Pacific. Carved by many thousands of years of constant rains atop nearby Mount Waialeale, it measures 10 miles long, a mile wide, and more than 3,500 feet deep.

Mount Waialeale - This majestic mountain gets about 480 inches (forty feet!) of rain every year, making it one of the wettest spots in the world. Nowadays, most of the rain flows into the Alakai Swamp, which is home to several rare species of plants and birds.

Wailua Falls - If you've ever watched the 70’s television series Fantasy Island, you've seen this waterfall before: it was made famous in the show's opening scenes. But nothing beats seeing it for real, and nothing beats seeing it from the air. This majestic, multi-tiered waterfall is 80 feet high and can dramatically change its appearance depending on the level of rainfall and the flow of the river feeding it.

Na Pali Coast - If you've ever watched the 70’s television series Fantasy Island, you've seen this waterfall before: it was made famous in the show's opening scenes. But nothing beats seeing it for real, and nothing beats seeing it from the air. This majestic, multi-tiered waterfall is 80 feet high and can dramatically change its appearance depending on the level of rainfall and the flow of the river feeding it.

Sunshine Helicopters offers the best Kauai helicopter tours. Just Order Online or we can be reached at 866-482-9775.

 


    

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