Tours in Maui could include a rare but spectacular glimpse of the humpback whales that migrate the 3,500 miles from Alaska to the North Pacific each fall. The "Magic Isle" is known as a top whale-watching spot in the Hawaiian Islands, with thousands taking shelter in the Auau Channel in the county of Maui. Adventure tours with Blue Hawaiian take guests over these areas, where pods of humpback whales may be seen. Humpbacks are an endangered species; it is estimated that there are only about 3,000 humpback whales in the North Pacific Ocean.
The two most prominent industries in Hawaii are agriculture and tourism. That tourism includes the thriving air tour industry, which
includes Blue Hawaiian Helicopters' Maui adventure tours.
From the comfort of our Maui helicopter rides, you can readily see the vast pineapple and sugarcane plantations for which the island is famous. Among them are the 37,000-plus acres of sugarcane fields owned by Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company, and the Land & Pineapple Company's beautiful pineapple plantations.
From land to sea, Blue Hawaiian can show you it all in our tours in Maui. Read on for more information about the various routes from which you can choose for the tour that best suits your style.
Blue Hawaiian Helicopters offers its guests the ultimate flexibility in their choice of Maui helicopter rides. Take the "Complete Island" tour that explores the "Valley Isle" in-depth. Or select a route that also includes the northernmost tip of the Big Island. With six routes from which to choose, you could get a totally different adventure for every day of your vacation.