(Nature Sounds Only Version) "Flying Over Oahu" sweeps viewers on a soothing yet awe-inspiring 97 minute aerial voyage over the stunning coastlines of Hawaii's most populated & iconic island of Oahu. Paired with real stereo nature sounds (there is also a music version), this signature drone film is an instant classic, and is presented in pristine 4K ultra high definition.
FLIGHT PATH/ LOCATIONS: Viewers begin in Honolulu along Waikiki Beach, with impressive views of Diamond Head in the distance. From here, the journey slowly progresses along the southeastern coast to the next stop, which is a view of Koko Crater along the coast near the Kahauloa Cove. From here viewers can enjoy the rocky black lava coast as it transforms into a perfect white Sandy Beach. Experience a top-down view of the Hãlona Cove before next flying to Makapu'u Point, which is the next stop on this scenic aerial journey. At Makapu'u, you'll dip your toes in the beach and quickly glance north before flying right up to the famous Makapu'u lighthouse. (From here there is the occasional glance of Kãohikaipu Island where lies the State Seabird Sanctuary.) After enjoying a stunning view from on high of Koko Head and the coast looking south, we again turn north up the coast and next are transported to Kualoa Point, to absorb the stunning palm tree views and distant vistas of Mokoli'li Island and the far off Kaneohe Bay. Next we will attempt to reach the top of the towering green mountain behind Kualoa Ranch, and absorb the stunning perspective of the island of Oahu as seen from this beautiful shore. From Kualoa, we next are transported to the famous Mãhie Point at Huilua Pond, home of the Crouching Lion Hike which offers one of the best views anywhere on Oahu. From this perspective viewers can enjoy views in all directions, from the town of Kaawa to the south to Ahupua'a O'Kahana State Park & Kahana Bay / Makali'l Point to the North. Next on our journey we are transported to the rugged blue waters of the North Shore at Turtle Bay. This iconic resort offers panoramic views from all sides, including Kulima Cove & Point to the East & South and Kawela Bay Beach Park to the North. After departing Turtle Bay, viewers are then transported to the first of two stops on the iconic North Shore - first at Sunset Beach near Rocky Point and the Banzai Pipeline; and then to Ke Iki Beach / Rock Piles Beach near Shark's Cove, which offers majestically blue and empty white sandy beaches as far as the eye can see. From the North Shore beaches, we start the journey back to reach Honolulu at Sunset, stopping at one last lookout near the North Shore town of Hale'iwa for a glance at the view looking inland of distant Wind Farms and Northwestern coast of Oahu, and finally at a vibrant lookout of Ka'Alaea Point at Uppers Beach Park. The film ends with a slowly fading yet majestic sunset from Waikiki Beach.