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Durban Helicopter Flips from R2300 per couple

Kwa-Zulu Natal

from R2300 per couple Helicopter excursion, duration 14 minutes
Minimum 2 people

Validity: 2014-02-06 - 2014-12-31

Durban Helicopter Flips from R2300 per couple | Kwa-Zulu Natal
helicopter boma at virginia airport

This fabulous adventure offers you a bird`s eye view of Durban and its surrounds as you take to the skies in a helicopter with a choice of route over either the harbour area or beautiful Umhlanga. Both routes offer stunning ocean views and incredible memories!

Harbour flip (14 minutes) The adventure commences from Virginia Airport from where you fly along the coast at 500ft, flying past Beachwood golf course, the Suncoast Casino, Moses Mabida and King`s Park stadiums and Ushaka marine world before turning over the harbour and returning to Virginia. Great photo opportunities! Available at R2300 per couple

Umhlanga Scenic Route (10 minutes) takes you from Virginia Airport along the cost at 500 feet, fly past Glen Ashley to the light house at Umhlanga and return to Virginia Airport. Enjoy contrasts of the stunning sea and land views.  We then return back to base to Virginia Airport, Durban where your journeys comes to an end but with many magic memories! Available at R2000 per couple

Your scenic helicopter flips include:

  • 14 or 10 minutes scenic helicopter excursion as chosen from Virginia Airport in Durban.

Your KZN helicopter excursion excludes:

  • Transport to Virginia Airport
  • Drinks and beverages
  • All items of a personal nature

Note: These rates are subject to amendments beyond our control.

If you like this package, check out our other adventure packages around South Africa!

Additional helicopter flips are available in Durban - please contact us for details.

Guidelines and important risk information for aviation excursions:

  • Flying at speed and altitude involves many different components. Please indicate any particular requests or needs to your consultant on booking.
  • Medication for chronic diseases should be carried at all times.
  • If you suffer from air or motion sickness, please take medication at least an hour before departure.
  • Carry-on restrictions apply to all aviation-related activities.
  • Please ensure waste is recycled where possible and alternatives disposed of in allocated BINS.

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