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Duration: Approx 25 mins

Price: R4800/pp

About this tour

Anyone can travel and explore the entire Cape Peninsula by road but for the ultimate view of the area where mariners swore the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, nothing beats the Full Peninsula Helicopter Tour from Cape Town Helicopters. Flying in a purpose-built Airbus Helicopter the Full Peninsula Tour is the pinnacle of all helicopter tours and by far the number one way to spend an hour seeing the sights of Cape Town. This spectacular helicopter tour takes in just about every sight on the Cape Peninsula with views that are normally reserved for seagulls and eagles. This tour flies passengers along the rugged shoreline out of the V&A Waterfront, over Camps Bay and Hout Bay down towards Cape Point. From a few thousand feet inside a full glass cockpit, every passenger gets a perfect view with ample opportunity to take photographs. From Cape Point, the highly experienced pilots swing out and over the majestic False Bay before heading back to base. The Full Peninsula tour is the ultimate way to observe the diverse and picturesque Table Mountain National Park. The Full Peninsula Tour is the ultimate helicopter tour and goes beyond expectation every time.

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  • Cape Town Helicopters
  • 220 East Pier Rd, V & A Waterfront
  • Rated #6 of 333 Tours in Cape Town Central

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By making the flight exclusive you reserve all the passenger seats in the helicopter for your booking only. At check-in, you can choose exactly who travels with you on your flight. Seats can even be left empty for more space or for greater exclusivity!

Booking Summary - Full Peninsula Flight

Number of seats: One R4800

Total R4800


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“We had a wonderful flight with great weather and a very good pilot. Lisa was knowledgeable, pointing out many places of interest.Having lived most of our lives in Cape Town it was so interesting to see the peninsula from a different perspective.”