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It was always my dream to fly in a helicopter over Hawaii and see all the volcanoes and amazing landscapes. Thank you Worldstar for making it all so perfect! I'll definitely be back!

Cheryl Casey

Maui

    



Hawaii’s second largest island has it all. It is no wonder that readers of the prestigious Conde Nat Traveler have voted it the “Best Island” for many years now. With its beautiful beaches to the wonders of nature, Haleakala and Hana, Maui offers something for every taste.

Take a walk through historic Lahaina Town (once capital of these islands) and discover history, art, boutiques and many island style places to dine. Watch sunrise at “The House of the Sun”, Haleakala National Park. Whether you’re out for a round of golf or a day trip to Hana, there are spectacular sites at every hole and every curve in the road. Head “upcountry” for wine tasting and on the way stop at Makawao, a true Paniolo (cowboy) town. Thousands of humpback whales visit the waters off Maui each year. You will understand why when you visit Maui. You too might become an annual visitor.


Hit the warm Polynesian water with a Maui sailing and snorkeling tour that will get you within reach of scores of sea turtles, reef triggerfish, and many more tropical fish. You'll sail the ocean on a catamaran to see some of Mauis best snorkeling sites, and you can delight in a buffet lunch with drinks aboard the boat to round out your excursion.

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You do not need a lot of time to see the awe-inspiring island of Maui. Instead, soar above the West Maui Mountains from a perch in a helicopter for a 30- to 35-minute excursion that showcases the scenery and distant views of Molokai Island from the seat in the house.

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See the tallest waterfall in Hawaii, as well as the worlds highest sea cliffs, all from a bird's-eye perspective with this helicopter tour. Riding like a VIP over some of the most beautiful mountains, valleys, shorelines and scenery, you will have a new appreciation for the unique state of Hawaii.

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Who can say they went swimming in an ancient volcanos crater? You can, when you join this Molokini snorkel cruise tour. Sail a catamaran and visit Molokini, a protected island reserve made from the tip of a sunken volcano. There, you can snorkel with a plethora of marine life and enjoy a BBQ lunch for an amazing Hawaiian adventure youre going to remember for years to come.

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You could spend hours driving the Road to Hana to take in Maui's waterfalls, volcano and rainforests. Or, you could see it all with an hour-long Maui Circle Island Deluxe Helicopter tour. Your adventure will have you soaring above Hana, Haleakala and West Maui's rainforests, valleys, waterfalls, volcano, coastline and harbor towns, and leave you breathless!

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Lele, the original name for Lahaina, was the beach and home of the royal family of Maui. Let the spirits of the original family surround you as you embark on a musical and culinary journey of the island, as well as Tahiti, Samoa and Aotearoa, with a feast at lele luau experience.

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Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and filled with numerous bays, the Hawaiian Islands are rich in marine life. While you can snorkel and dive to see what swims under the sea, a visit to the Maui Ocean Center will get you closest and guaranteed viewing of the thousands of tropical fish that call these waters home. Sign up for this excursion for general admission to the aquarium.

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Reach new heights while visiting Maui with a zip line canopy excursion that will have your soaring above the magical tropical landscape. Visiting Mauis North Shore, you'll fly on seven different zip lines, rising 70 feet above the trees with runs as long as 900 feet and speeds reaching 40 miles per hour!

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Whats one of the most popular things to do in Lahaina, Maui? A sunset luau on the beach! Its practically a requirement during your Hawaii vacation. So come enjoy Old Lahaina Luaus 500-seat buffet and get a full taste of Maui with the islands biggest and most authentic dinner show, bar none.

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Take in the beauty of Mauis famous waterfalls along the Road to Hana trail, where every type of hiker is welcome, not just experienced ones. Join this short walk and see two waterfalls, swim in natural pools and enjoy the Maui rainforest. This easy 1-mile walk leads to great fun in Hawaii!

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Explore the breathtaking beauty of Mauis rainforest and valleys with a day hike through its lush tropical forest along the famous Hana Highway. Follow the valleys streams to various waterfalls, then climb up the falls volcanic shelves for high jumps into the deep, natural pools into which the falls cascade. This adventure is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts!

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Climb to the top of the worlds largest dormant volcano with a four-mile crater hike at Mauis Haleakala. The volcano occupies more than 75 percent of the island, standing at 10,023 feet at its highest peak. After an invigorating hike, you will stand at the summit at the crater, which is two miles wide and 2,600 feet deep, taking in the unique landscape and views.

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See the entire island of Hawaii in one fell swoop on a Maui Spectacular helicopter ride the longest group flight on the island! In just an hour and a half you will go around the entire island, taking in the beauty of West Maui and East Mauis Hana and Haleakala waterfalls, rainforests and valleys.

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Why spend hours circling East Maui on the Road to Hana when you can see it all from the sky aboard a small-passenger helicopter in less than an hour? You will have a bird's-eye perspective of the lush, Eucalyptus forests, cascading waterfalls, rugged shoreline and the expansive Haleakala volcano crater on the Hana Haleakala helicopter tour of Maui.

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