Fly along the Atlantic Seaboard down to Hout Bay in our original army Huey Helicopter. From Hout Bay to Chapmans Peak, then cross over to False Bay along the stretches of Noordhoek Beach and Sun Valley.
Taking a turn over Groot Constantia, our beautiful Table Mountain and then over our bustling City Bowl coming in to land at our Cape Town helicopter helipads at the inconic Cape Town V&A Waterfront.
A Cape Town helicopter experience that is world renowned and shares the same name as the Cape Town Two Ocean’s Aquarium and the ever popular Cape Town Two Ocean’s Marathon.
Come in and see our vast Cape Town helicopter fleet.
Client has the option to fly with the doors open or closed.
If you have never been up in a helicopter it's definitely a great experience. The sites were beautiful... read more even on a gloomy day. The staff and pilot were great. Flew over Cape Town, Table Mountain and all the surrounding waterfront areas. I would definitely do this again and would recommend it to anyone going to Cape Town. read less
A Helicopter ride may seem a little pricey but it's something you'll never forget.We were given return transport from the... read more V&A to the heliport and offered a glass of bubbly during the safety briefing.The flight itself was incredible with the pilot offering lots of info as we passed the various landmarks. I'll add that both my wife and myself don't like heights at all but this was never an issue.Go on - treat yourself. You won't see Cape Town any better way. read less
It was a lovely clear day when Kevin W took us for our helicopter ride around Cape Town and Table... read more Mountain. It was a perfectly smooth ride. I was so worried because I’d heard helicopters can be a bit wobbly. We took the Two Oceans flight which showed us everything we needed to see, and included Robben Island, which looks so stark and yet was the prison where the great statesman Nelson Mandela spent 27 years. Mo booked us in at the V&A Waterfront desk for this fabulous trip of a lifetime in and Gee expertly and firmly guided us into and out of the chopper. Don’t go near the rear blades or approach the helicopter from the high side. Could leave you headless!! Thank you, guys! Happy to recommend you any day of the week (that’s NOT windy)! read less