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Halawa Valley

217 Reviews

Halawa Valley

217 Reviews
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West Maui and Molokai 60-minute Helicopter Tour
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Molokai and Maui Helicopter Tour
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West Maui and Molokai Exclusive 45-Minute Helicopter Tour
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West Maui and Molokai Exclusive 45-Minute Helicopter Tour

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Maui's landscape is the epitome of beautiful scenery, but it can be hard to see all of its glory from the ground only. This helicopter flight of Maui and Molokai takes you up in the air, so you can catch a bird's-eye view of some of the world’s highest cliffs, as well as hidden waterfalls and valleys. Plus, your helicopter has only six seats, so your experience is sure to be an intimate one.
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nerissa21 wrote a review Jan 2021
New York City, New York78 contributions5 helpful votes
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Beautiful drive. We hadn’t made reservations for the valley hike, but the drive alone was worth the trip to Halawa beach park. Stop at Mile 20-21 to swim/snorkel
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Date of experience: January 2021
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wesinsac wrote a review May 2020
Sacramento, California45 contributions5 helpful votes
We spent the day in Halawa Valley while visiting the beautiful island of Molokai. Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic all private tours were canceled to hike up to the waterfalls which was a bummer. We still enjoyed the day walking in the surf where the river meets the ocean.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sue J wrote a review Mar 2020
Boise, Idaho419 contributions130 helpful votes
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Road signs threatened a bad road, but it was fine! So glad we ventured to the end of the road and beautiful setting. Stop at all the wide spots and take in the views along the way. Drive to the very end of the road where there is a much bigger parking area (and picnic tables) than the first place you see where there are only a few spots to park. But do take some time in the old townsite of Halawa where there is an old church with trees now growing in it. great photo ops. The prettiest part of the drive is through the Ironwood forest, near the end of the road.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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J R W wrote a review Feb 2020
Carson City, Nevada547 contributions131 helpful votes
This is the end of road on the east side of Molokai. The last few miles of the road are narrow and very windy, but certainly worth the drive. Two waterfalls are always flowing inside the valley and guided walking tours are available.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kenny C wrote a review Feb 2020
Jefferson, South Dakota58 contributions13 helpful votes
The road is narrow and full of 90 degree turns and switch backs. It’s not for the timid or nervous driver. Most of the road has a great ocean view of some of the prettiest part of Molokai. There are bathrooms and pavilions at the end. The beach at the end is nice but not the highlight. There is a trail back to the waterfall into the valley but you need to have a guide to cross the private property.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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