The Cape Point tour is a smorgasbord of visual feasting that offers the entire Cape Peninsula. From the bustling V&A Waterfront, you will take off over the icy blue waters of the Atlantic.
On your left, Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles mountain range will rise against the shoreline, with Clifton and Camps Bay below. You’ll soar over Hout Bay, Noordhoek and Kommetjie, and around Cape Point.
Returning along False Bay, you’ll see historic Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek and Muizenberg, the fine wine estates of Constantia and the cosmopolitan patchworks of Cape Town’s CBD, before landing back at the V&A Waterfront.
Just beyond Clifton’s Fourth Beach lies the glamorous yet laid-back suburb of Camps Bay. The palm tree-lined boulevards extend to white beaches and vivid waters opposite a bustling strip of world-class restaurants, cafès and clubs looking out over the sea.
One of the world’s Seven Natural Wonders, Table Mountain’s flat top is an iconic silhouette and a beloved symbol of Cape Town. Forming part of the spectacular Twelve Apostles mountain range, Table Mountain is an almost instantly-recognisable symbol. With its scenic “tablecloth” of dense cloud, the mountain is almost always ready for a photo opportunity.
Towering above the Atlantic Ocean, the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range extends from Table Mountain, above Camps Bay to Llandudno. While it’s technically the back of Table Mountain, it’s also one of the most scenic stretches of coastline in the world.
Rimmed by unbounded beaches, fynbos and the picturesque Chapman’s Peak landscape, Noordhoek is largely unspoilt by commercial development. Look out for the SS Kakapo shipwreck, 8kms of pristine white Long Beach, and Slangkop Lighthouse near Kommetjie.
Cape Point is the very tip of the Cape Peninsula and was dubbed the “Cape of Storms” by Bartolomeu Dias when he set foot there in 1488 and proved that there was a feasible route from Europe to India, around the storm-driven southern tip of Africa. The landscape features sheer, rocky cliffs jutting dramatically out of the stormy sea and is home to the Cape Point National Park and its rich biome of fauna and flora.
The charming seaside village of Simon’s Town lies on the False Bay coastline. Home to the South African Navy and a statue of the famed sea dog “Just Nuisance”, the town is steeped in nautical history and its streets are lined with centuries-old historical monuments.
The False Bay coastline remains largely untouched by the scores of tourists frequenting Cape Town’s city-side beaches, and Fish Hoek is no exception. It’s quiet blue waters are paradise for snorkelers, young families and, occasionally, pods of Southern Right whales.
One of the jewels of the False Bay coast, the beach town of Muizenberg is best known for its colourful beach huts, historical sites and architecture, and laid-back culture. The town is cradled between a fine beach on the one side – popular with surfers and bathers alike – and the Muizenberg Peak mountains on the other.
The rolling hills of Constantia are home to many of the world’s finest wineries, and boast some of the oldest wine routes in the Cape. Historic buildings and a patchwork of green vineyards make for spectacular aerial sightseeing over this leafy southern suburb.
The following prices are set per helicopter and entitle you to the private use of a helicopter. These prices are valid until the 31st of December 2020.
We have daily shared flights leaving at 10:30am or 16:30pm
Terms and conditions apply. Please visit our rates page for more information. All flight times are approximate and subject to prevailing weather conditions.