Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world with beautiful blue waters, iconic mountains and a vibrant city and what better way to see the breathtaking city than by flight!
Enjoy scenic helicopter rides over Cape Town from the V&A Waterfront. Marvel at the scenic beauty of the Mother City’s famous landmarks while pristine views of the Atlantic Ocean unfold beneath you.
The Hopper is quick yet breathtaking, making this the perfect tour if you’re short on time. Taking off from the V&A Waterfront, you’ll be awestruck by the Atlantic ocean stretching out to the horizon, and possible sightings of whales and dolphins below.
Further on, you’ll pass over Cape Town Stadium – built for the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup – before seeing a bird’s-eye view of Robben Island on your right, and Table Mountain on your left.
Hugging the Atlantic coast, you’ll marvel at the Cape Town City Bowl, the Peninsula’s white beaches, and the Twelve Apostles mountain range. Then you’ll get to do it all again, heading back to the V&A Waterfront.
Please arrive 30 minutes before your departure time to complete ticket information and receive your safety briefing. If you are late for your booking, we will do our best to accommodate you immediately but reserve the right to postpone your flight until the next available time slot.
As a general standard, the temperature will drop by 1.98ºC for every 1000ft that the aircraft climbs. We suggest taking a jacket if you are flying in Cape Town’s winter months (June to August).
Weather conditions may require us to change flight altitudes or routes without prior notice.
Flights may be postponed or re-routed in the event of low clouds, heavy rains, strong winds, fog, or any other factor that decreases visibility or maneuverability to below legal flying parameters.
Postponements or route changes will be at the pilot’s discretion at the time of the flight.
Should a passenger be 28 or more weeks pregnant, we will require a medical certificate from a medical practitioner stating that the pregnant passenger is fit to fly.
We are no longer allowed to fly over the top of Table Mountain as it is a National Park and therefore a protected area.
(assuming 3 travellers)