Explore deep, meandering valleys set in the rainforest of the ancient West Maui Mountains. Knife-edged ridges with mist-shrouded peaks separate the spectacular valleys that give Maui its nickname, “The Valley Isle.” Waterfalls cascade down from towering cliffs into the streams running along the rainforest floor. See the famous Iao valley and learn about the history and culture of the sights from your pilot, who is also a State of Hawaii Certified Tour Guide. Cross the Pailolo channel to the “Friendly Isle.” Molokai has the world’s highest, most spectacular sea cliffs, Hawaii’s tallest waterfall, remote valleys and the famous Kalaupapa peninsula.
Here’s a fabulous opportunity to cross the legendary Pailolo channel and explore Maui’s neighboring island, Molokai. Also known as the “Most Hawaiian Island,” Molokai is so much more undeveloped than the other Hawaiian Islands, it’s like going back in time. Molokai also has the world’s highest and most spectacular sea cliffs, the state’s tallest waterfall, stunning valleys and the famous Kalaupapa peninsula. Of course, you’ll also discover the breathtaking West Maui Mountains, with its waterfalls cascading down from soaring ridges and valley walls into pools and streams that run through the misty rainforest; and view the legendary Iao valley and learn about its fascinating history and culture.
- Tour times are approximate and may vary depending on weather conditions and other unforeseen events.
- Tours require a minimum number of passengers to operate.
- For each passenger weighing 250 lbs or more, an empty seat purchase is required. The empty seat charge is 50% off the regular tour price. All passengers will be required to be weighed at the time of check in.