Helicopter with Open Doors – Hilo
Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo
No bigger thrill than leaving the doors behind so you feel the heat!
Starting at $299.00

Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo
Helicopter from Oahu Airfare Included!
Oahu Volcano Helictoper Tour from Honolulu
Quick helictoper flight from Oahu and land tour with lunch included.
Starting at $658.00

Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo

Volcano Helicopter Tour - Waikoloa
Volcano Helicopter Tour - Waikoloa
Fly from Kona to see exciting volcanic activity in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Starting at $579.38

Volcano Helicopter Tour - Waikoloa
Volcano Kohala Landing – Hilo
Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo
Hawai‘i Island plus land at a remote overlook the beautiful Kohala area.
Starting at $639.00

Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo
Circle of Fire + Waterfall – Hilo
Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo
Big Island waterfalls & volcanoes lave flow spilling into the ocean.
Starting at $282.00

Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo
Bus Tour of Volcano
Hilo Volcano Tours
In one day you will visit the main sites of Hilo and Volcanoes National Park.
Starting at $93.00

Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo
Bus Twilight Volcano AdventureVolcano Night Tour – Hilo
This in-depth experience takes you off-the-beaten path to sites unknown to most visitors.
Starting at $192.00

Volcano Helicopter Tour – Hilo


Big Island Helicoper Tours

Our Helicopter Tours are getting even better views of the lava in Halema’uam’u Crater as well as the otherwise inaccessible Pu’u O’o Vent. There is not better time to book your tour than right now.  See all of our Big Island Volcano Tours.


Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in Hawaii. It is also the tallest sea mountain in the world. From it’s base at the bottom of the ocean floor it is 33,000 feet taller than Mount Everest. Mauna Kea hasn’t erupted for thousands of years, but is still considered dormant and could erupt again.

Mauna Loa is the largest volcano on earth in terms of volume. Kilauea is the volcano that most visit us to see. It is the most active volcano in the world. It began erupting in 1983 and continues to erupt today.