Circle of Fire and Waterfalls Helicopter Adventure
Passengers: Over 2 years old
From : 230.00 USD
The majestic Big Island of Hawaii is so large, it might seem tough to experience it all in one vacation. But you can see the best the island has to offer in less than an hour on a helicopter adventure that takes you from Hilo to the Circle of Fire. There, the still-active Kilauea volcano continues to spew liquid fire from the core of the Earth, while waterfalls adorn the mountain rainforests nearby. Prepare to be amazed by a panorama of natural beauty!
Soar above rainforests and waterfalls
Your journey begins at Hilo airport, where you can go aboard an A-Star helicopter or upgrade to its larger counterpart, Eco-Star, to witness the Circle of Fire from the skies. Your 50-minute helicopter ride will be led by a pilot who’s state-certified as a tour guide. Your pilot will take you above the Big Island’s rainforests and cascading waterfalls, pointing out historic and beautiful settings that make Hawaii a premier destination for nature lovers.
See landscapes shaped by lava flowing to the sea
This Circle of Fire helicopter excursion takes you where no car can go, given that some roads have been destroyed by the lava at Volcanoes National Park. Luckily, you get to soar above the Kilauea volcano, which has been erupting continuously since 1983. From the comfort and safety of the helicopter, view the rocks and scenery created by lava spewing out to Hawaii’s sea. You’ll be equipped with Bose aviation-grade, noise-canceling headphones and a two-way to talk to your pilot, and DVD recordings of your flight are available for purchase when you return to land.
Season: All year long
Duration: 50 minutes
Includes Transport: No
Good physical condition required: No
Suitable for children: Yes
Suitable for the elderly: Yes
Maximum weight permitted: 250 pounds
Pregnant women allowed: Yes
Tour optionsECOSTAR: 23% increase in cabin space over the ASTAR. Over 65 square feet of glass for 180 degree unobstructed views. Individual seating with plenty of shoulder room. Raised rear seating and wrap-around glass cockpit for significantly improved viewing from every seat.
ASTAR: Smaller than the ECOSTAR. Bench seating versus individual seating. Smaller viewing area when compared to the larger ECOSTAR.
- Air tour and safety briefing
- A high quality DVD recording of your actual flight may be purchased after your tour
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