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Hawaii | Seeing Molokai by Helicopter 

Produced by Jim Albritton | The best way to see Molokai, Hawaii's largely untouched island is by Maui-based helicopter. Most round-trip flights last about, cost a couple of hundred dollars or more and feature bird's-eye views of the world's tallest sea cliffs, beautiful waterfalls and Hawaii’s longest continuous fringing reef.  Visit Maui, but make sure to see Molokai. 

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