Two Oceans

Our Two Oceans Helicopter Flight starts in Cape Town, from where we fly over one of South Africa’s most beautiful coastal areas, gazing upon Cape Town’s seaside towns such as Sea Point, Green Point, Bantry Bay, Clifton, Camps Bay, Llandudno, Hout Bay and last but not least Noordhoek. Arriving at Muizenberg, we take a turn towards Constantia, where we will be crossing a truly spectacular wine-growing area, before heading back to Table Mountain – the most famous landmark in South Africa.

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Two Oceans Flight Tour – Cape Town Helicopter Scenic Flights in South Africa

Cape Town Helicopter MapOur rates at a glance:
 Two Oceans rate:
- From ZAR 2.250 per person
Minimum booking:
- 2 persons
Flight duration:
- 24 to 30 minutes
Please note: 
- please check in at our offices at the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront 40-60 minutes prior to take-off
- please contact us one day prior to your booked flight to enquire about weather conditions for the next day 
- please let us know your body weight in advance
- we are not permitted to fly over national parks or nature reserves – Table Mountain or Kirstenbosch       Botanical Gardens form part of these protected areas
- please note that animal sightings cannot be guaranteed 
- the flight is dependent on the weather conditions
- the pilot reserves the right to change the flight route at any time in the case of strong winds!

Upon arrival at the airport, our ground crew will give you a warm welcome and determine your body weight in order to establish load capacity on board. You will then be briefed on our safety instructions and receive a lifejacket. The pilot will welcome you on board and the flight gets under way.

Last safety checks will be performed as you will be accompanied to the helicopter by our staff, who will assist you with your seat belts. The rotor blades will slowly begin to rotate and you will from one moment to the next be ascending into the air. Our prima donna – Table Mountain – will appear right in front of your very eyes and this will be your opportunity to take the most amazing holiday pictures. With a sharp left bend, local peaks like Lion’s Head and Signal Hill will come into view and Table Mountain’s 12 Apostles will be lined up along the coast like pearls on a string. 

The Three Bays Helicopter Tour
This Panoramic Flight Tour is a truly spectacular experience. We will be flying over the Atlantic coast, marvelling at Camps Bay’s palm-lined beaches as well as Llandudno’s dream-like beach. Weather permitting, you might even be able to spot some seals swimming and playing in the waves. During South Africa’s spring months there is always the chance of whale sightings as well. Large schools of dolphins have their breeding ground in this coastal area. Our destination is a visit to the world’s most beautiful coastal road – the Chapman’s Peak Drive. Now we will reach the long sandy beach of Noordhoek from where we can, obviously weather depending, see the Cape of Good Hope on a clear day.

False Bay Helicopter Flight
In Noordhoek we will change our course and head towards Muizenberg – Cape Town’s surfer’s paradise. We will now be turning, setting course for South Africa’s oldest wine-growing area and be paying a visit to the breathtakingly beautiful Constantia Wine Valley. Our tour will take us past Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens from where we will be able to see Table Mountain from the back, before arriving back in the City Bowl. It is now time to bid farewell to the Table Mountain National Park as we notice the landing site back at the V&A Waterfront growing nearer.

For more information please do not hesitate to contact us via email and we will get back to you shortly.
 
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Ritztrade International
28 Duet Close - Rosendal
7530 Bellville - Cape Town - South Africa
TELEPHONE:: 0027 (21) 919 33 88
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