Cape Town Helicopter Tours
Experience Cape Town in a Whole New Way With Our Helicopter Tours
A helicopter tour offers an amazing and unique way to experience this world-famous city and its surrounding scenic wonders.
From a unique perspective, you can view and appreciate the sites of Cape Town in a way that any other form of transport cannot match.
Whether it is an hour-long tour around the peninsula, a short scenic helicopter flight over Table Mountain, or a romantic flight to the Cape Winelands, a helicopter tour offers an unforgettable experience that will stay with you for years.
All the flights take off and land at the V&A Waterfront, centrally located for your convenience.
We at Uyaphi.com have teamed up with NAC Makana to offer these flights. NAC provides a 100% safety record and is backed by 54 years of industry experience.
NOTE: All prices below are per person, based on a shared helicopter. Rates for private flights are available on request. All flights are weather dependent, so please check your local forecast before booking.
The Best Helicopter Tours In Cape Town
Stellenbosch Helicopter Tour
From R5 900.00 per person / one way
Indulge yourself with one of the most scenic flights in South Africa to one of the country's most popular wine routes, Stellenbosch. Wine tasting and lunch at your choice of one of the many estates in the area whilst enjoying the views of valleys, mountains and vineyards. For the complete list of the Wine farms that we can visit (i.e. those offering landing rights), please contact us.
Vineyard Options: Asara, Tokara, Delaire, Babylonstoren, Blaauklippen, Waterford Estate, Ernie Els and Vergelegen
Franschhoek Helicopter Tour
From R7 080.00 per person / one way
Franschhoek is a mere 20-minute picturesque journey from Cape Town's famous V&A Waterfront, with breathtaking views of vineyards and valleys. We fly to one of the many spectacular wine estates where we enjoy magnificent cuisine followed by wine tasting in style. For the complete list of the Wine farms that we can visit (i.e. those offering landing rights), please contact us.
Vineyard Options: Alle Bleue, La Residence, La Motte, Grande Provence, Haute Cabriere and Boschendal
From R5 900.00 per person
This is the ultimate helicopter tour, 45 minutes to an hour-long flight of scenic wonders all the way from Cape Town to the Cape Point Nature Reserve (Cape of Good Hope) along the Atlantic Coastline. We return passing over Simonstown, Fish Hoek and Muizenberg with white sandy beaches and the chance to spot a whale or two on the False Bay side of the peninsula. We highly recommend this tour.
Flying Over: Camps Bay, Twelve Apostles, Noordhoek, Cape Point, Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek, Muizenberg, Constantia
Atlantic & False Bay
From R2 950.00 per person
This 25 to 30-minute flight departs Cape Town's V&A Waterfront and heads out of the city over Camps Bay and Clifton in the direction of Hout Bay, passing the famous Chapman's Peak drive and the pristine Noordhoek beach. Flying over Sun Valley we reach the False Bay coastline and the fishing villages of Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay, returning to Cape Town via the lush Constantia Valley.
Flying Over: Camps Bay, Twelve Apostles, Hout Bay, Noordhoek, Muizenberg, Constantia
Cape Town To Hout Bay
From R1 970.00 per person
The same routing as the "Cape Town To Camps Bay Tour" with the exception that when we reach the majestic Twelve Apostles, we continue onto the hamlet of Llandudno and onto Hout Bay, flying over Seal Island. Returning to Cape Town, we get another chance to see the famous beaches, the Atlantic Ocean and the rear of Table Mountain.
Flying Over: Green Point, Sea Point, Clifton, Camps Bay, Twelve Apostles, Llandudno, Hout Bay
Cape Town To Camps Bay
From R1 475.00 per person / one way
This particular tour is the shortest tour that we have on offer, ranging between 12 and 15 minutes per flight. Starting in the V&A Waterfront, fly over the harbour and city bowl past the famous beaches Clifton and Camps Bay before landing at the majestic Twelve Apostles Hotel. This is the best tour for those not wanting to break the bank.
Flying Over: City Bowl, Green Point, Sea Point, Clifton, Camps Bay, Twelve Apostles
Constantia Valley Wine Route
The Constantia Valley Wine Route is a stunning destination for wine lovers in South Africa. It offers an array of estates, each with its own special selection of wines and unique experiences to enjoy.
From the upgraded wine-tasting venue at Uitkyk Estate to Klein Constantia's "Beyond Restaurant", there are plenty of opportunities to sample some excellent local vintages. For those looking for something special, Groot Constantia is home to Cape Ruby port and Eagles Nest has partnered with the Western Cape Raptor Research Programme.
Muizenberg Beach Cape Town
Muizenberg Beach in Cape Town, South Africa, is a beautiful seaside town that has experienced both decline and resurgence.
From the late 19th century until the 1960s, it was one of the most popular resort areas in South Africa.
In recent years, however, Muizenberg has undergone a transformation as law-abiding citizens have reclaimed the area and invested heavily in its revitalization.
Climbing Table Mountain
Table Mountain is one of the most iconic landmarks in Cape Town, and with the Aerial Cableway closed for a few weeks, now is the perfect time to explore its many paths.
A hike up Skeleton Gorge provides an opportunity to experience nature's beauty while gathering breathtaking views along the way.
With record numbers of visitors coming to Cape Town due to its designation as World Design Capital 2014, and inclusion as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, it is no wonder why this city has been gaining so much attention.
Design in Cape Town
Cape Town is experiencing an exciting wave of investment, community involvement and physical regeneration due to its designation as the World Design Capital 2014.
This has been evident in the seaside suburb of Muizenberg, where dead corners and buildings have been transformed into vibrant areas full of life.
The murals, sculptures and shops that are popping up all over town are a testament to the power of good design and art in revitalising this once down-at-heel resort.
Kirstenbosch, Boomslang Tree Canopy Walkway
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is one of the most beautiful and diverse gardens in Cape Town. With its sprawling 1,300 acres of land, Kirstenbosch offers a journey of the senses with its vibrant flowers, lush greenery and an array of birdlife.
For those looking for a unique experience, take on the Boomslang Tree Canopy Walkway - an elevated walkway that provides stunning views across the gardens.
Cape Town Sightseeing Bus
Explore the stunning city of Cape Town in a budget-friendly and time-efficient way - The City Sightseer Bus.
This double-decker 'topless' red bus offers travellers several routes to take in all the attractions, including Blue Route from the City to Hout Bay, Red Route for Table Mountain Cable Car and Purple Route through Constantia Vineyards.
With the guided tour commentated in 15 different languages, this is a great day out for both kids and adults alike!
Shark Cage Diving Cape Town
Experience the majesty of one of nature's most magnificent creatures with shark cage diving in Cape Town. With "Shark Diving", you can get up close and personal with great white sharks as they swim around the boat looking for bait.
Whether you want to dive yourself or just observe from the deck, this thrilling activity offers a unique opportunity to appreciate these powerful animals in their natural habitat.
You will also learn more about how humans are affecting their environment and why conservation efforts are essential for protecting them.
10 best things about Cape Town
Cape Town, South Africa is a vibrant and beautiful city that offers something for everyone.
From its stunning beaches to its majestic Table Mountain, from its world-famous Constantia vineyards to the stunning Kirstenbosch Garden, Robben Island and a great number of 5-star restaurants on offer - Cape Town truly is an unforgettable destination.
Here are 10 of the best things about this incredible city that make it such a fantastic place to visit or live in.