Two Oceans Helicopter Tour Is Full Of WOW Moments

No words can describe this experience of Cape Town(South Africa) to satisfaction, it is a phenomenal experience from start to finish. Among the companies that offer it is Sport Helicopters and Cape Town Helicopters.Their fleet comprise of planes like R44 Raven II and Clipper II helicopters, Airbus H 130, and Airbus H 120. The one thing that all these planes share in common is that they are light and quiet.

The pilots are very knowledgeable and eloquent when it comes to explaining historical events that have shaped Cape Town’s present. They are also well versed with information about how different Geographical features in the area were formed. On the other hand, the helicopters are equipped with heat and air conditioning to help you relax and enjoy the ride no matter the weather. The planes mostly takes off from V&A Waterfront at Sport Helicopter’s helipad.

Among the places you will visit include the shores of Atlantic coastline, a vast area with endless stretches of white sand beaches and mansions of South Africa’s A-list celebrities. You will also marvel at over Chapman’s Peak drive and Constantia Wine Valley, Cape Town’s oldest vineyard(over 300 years). Other landmarks to brace yourself for include Green Point Stadium,  Green Point Lighthouse and Table Mountain. The tour costs R2,475 Per person and can be booked online. That’s roughly 650,000UGX

How to get there

Cape Town is found in South West of South Africa. Its two hours flight away from O.R Rambo, South Africa’s main International Airport. You can’t fail to find to find a plane headed there, its the biggest and busiest airport in Sub-Saharan Africa. If you desire for highly discounted flights, South African Airways is quite accommodative as they are a national carrier.

Where to stay

The best way to discover Cape Town’s best kept secrets is by having a healthy exchange of ideas with those to whom it is home, Capetonians. Typically, they have a warm personality and love hosting travelers to their homes. To make your pick, you can visit Airbnb’s guide to Cape Town. It features a wide selection of fancy homes to chose from.

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