On this exciting helicopter tour over Cape Town, you'll see some of the area’s most stunning sights. Get unspoiled views of Table Mountain, voted one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature, and fly over beautiful white beaches and crystal-clear Atlantic waters. This is the perfect way to get a look at Cape Town from a unique perspective!
Starting at the V&A Waterfront heliport in Cape Town, board a helicopter and rise up to get unobstructed views of the harbor.
Head to City Bowl and Green Point Stadium, which was used for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and Signal Hill, which got its name from when it was used to fly flags to warn sailors about the weather. Off the coast of Cape Town, you'll see Robben Island, where many political figures have been imprisoned including Nelson Mandela.
Throughout your 12-minute helicopter flight, your pilot will provide great commentary about the sights you see.
Continue along the coast, in the shadows of the Twelve Apostles mountain range. Enjoy beautiful views of the contrasting rugged mountains and blue water lined by white beaches. Over Camps Bay, you will see the long white beach and popular restaurants, before passing over the luxurious homes along Clifton Beach.
You’ll also get amazing views of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, Table Mountain. You’ll finish your tour back at the V&A waterfront, the historical heart of Cape Town.