Daily, weather permittingDuration
20 minutesStart time
Start time: Departures at 1000h (10:00am) & 1600h (4:00pm)
Duration: 20 minutes
Complimentary pick up from V&A Waterfront
How get there by car: Head northwest on Western Boulevard (M6) and follow the signs to the Cape Town Waterfront
Have your camera ready as you look down on the city of Cape Town, nestled neatly between Table Mountain and the sea.
Follow the magnificent coastline, flying over majestic mountains, beautiful beaches and rocky shorelines.
See lovely Llandudno beach and enjoy stunning views of Hout Bay and Seal Island.
Don’t leave Cape Town without experiencing this magical flight. It’s an aerial adventure you will never forget!
Your 20 minute Atlantico Cape Town Helicopter Flight begins at the V&A Waterfront.
You will board your helicopter and enjoy dazzling panoramas of the city and Table Mountain as your chopper gains height.
Your pilot will head along the coast giving you bird’s eye views of Llandudno, the Chapman’s Peak drive, and the Table Mountain range.On the way he or she will tell you all about the places you can see.
Picture-perfect Llandudno is one of the loveliest beaches in Cape Town, surrounded by bushes, trees and giant boulders and popular with surfers.
On the rocks near Llandudno you can see the remains of the tanker Romelia shipwrecked in 1977 after the tow rope snapped and the tug lost control.
Next door to Llandudno you will see Hout Bay fishing village, sandwiched between the mountains and the sea.
Near Hout Bay is the famous Seal Island where thousands of Cape fur seals congregate. The island is a long, narrow outcrop of bare Cape granite rising no more than about 6 meters above the high tide mark.
The seas around Seal Island are the hunting ground of great white sharks which come to feed on the seals.
At Seal Island your chopper will turn around and return to the V&A Waterfront where your airborne adventure ends.
Please call the activity operator at least 48 hours prior to start of the tour for reconfirming the tour and departure details.
Children are allowed to travel on most tours when accompanied by their parents.
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