Helicopter Flight over Cape Town and Good Hope (40 minutes)


  • Panoramic view over Cape Town

  • View of Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point

  • Unique experience of flying in a helicopter

  • Discover the region, including the beaches, vineyards, mountains and the city

Essential info*

  • Digital voucher accepted

Duration 40mins

  • English

Starting time 10:30 AM, 4:30 PM

Departure point/location

* All details will be sent to you upon reservation


Enjoy this helicopter ride over Cape Town and the region, all the way to the Cape of Good Hope!

Accompanied by your expert pilot, set off from V&A Waterfront. Experience the panoramic view of Cape Town, the beaches, and the mountains. From the sky, you will have the best view of Table Mountain and Lion's Head.

You will also get to admire the coast and beaches. The tour will go over Camps Bay, Chapman's Peak cliffs, and Scarborough beach before reaching the Cape of Good Hope. Here, you can see the historic peninsula, all the way to Cape Point.

As you return to Cape Town, pass over Simon's Town, which is known for the penguins on the beach, Muizenberg beach which is popular with surfers, and Constantia vineyards. You will finally fly over the business area of Cape Town before landing.

Good to know

Availability: Every day, excluding exceptional dates

Time: 10:30am and 4:30pm, meet 30 minutes in advance

Departure: V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

Max capacity is 6 passengers

Children under 2 must sit on their parents lap

Women who are more than 28 weeks pregnant must provide a medical certificate

This activity is dependant on the weather. In the event of bad conditions, a different itinerary will be proposed on a different date offered

Price includes

  • Helicopter flight over Cape Town to the Cape of Good Hope
  • Commentary in English from your certified pilot

Not included

  • Tips
  • All other extras

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