Take an exciting private helicopter tour from Cape Town to see two oceans in one 25-minute flight. Fly around iconic Table Mountain to see the Atlantic Ocean on one side of the Cape Peninsula and then continue until you get to the Indian Ocean on the other side. Watch the terrain far below change as you fly, from beaches and rolling hills to rugged cliffs.
25-minute private helicopter flight around Cape Town’s Indian and Atlantic coastlines
Circle Table Mountain -- one of the New Seven Wonders of the World
Listen to commentary from your pilot while crossing the Cape Peninsula
Soar past dramatic mountain ranges like Signal Hill and the Twelve Apostles
Watch out for great white sharks lurking off the coast of Muizenberg Beach
Begin your private tour at the V&A Waterfront helipad right in central Cape Town. Climb into a helicopter and kick off the adventure with a complete circle around the city’s most recognizable landmark — Table Mountain. Continue over the city to see Cape Town Stadium, one of the hosts of the 2010 World Cup, and down along the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. Pass Signal Hill and fly over Camps Bay and Clifton Beach, each with their luxury homes. See the Twelve Apostles mountains from an impressive new angle as you head for Karbonkelberg Mountain. Soar over historic Hout Bay and then cross the Cape Peninsula to move from one ocean to the other. See if you can tell where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Indian Ocean offshore near False Bay. Watch as the terrain below you changes from sandy beaches to rolling hills to rugged cliffs. Fly over Muizenberg Beach and keep your eye out for shadows in the water — they might just be great white sharks. Head back toward Cape Town on the other side of Table Mountain for a different view of both the mountain and the landscape around it. Pass over the pretty vineyards of the Constantia Valley before landing once again at the V&A Waterfront helipad.
Absolutely brilliant experience, even the high wind could not spoil it. Our pilot Phillip was excellent in his professionalism and very knowledgeable in his guidance about the various sights he showed us. An experience not to be missed.
Thank you for providing us with such a well organised, professional experience which made a major contribution to fantastic memories and an amazing visit to South Africa. Special thanks to our pilot who was so knowledgeable about the area and the video of our flight which was great value and a real bonus, we wouldn't hesitate to take to the sky again on our next visit.
Excellent overall, free parking, on time, excellent pilot and narration, smooth flight and good equipment, helpful ground crew, just in all respects well done, added an extra passenger with ease, nothing to say other that magnificent
My husband and I took the Two Oceans Tour as a gift to ourselves for our 27th wedding anniversary last week. I was such a wonderful experience. One of the best gifts I've ever received! Cape Town Helicopters is a first class business with new well maintained aircraft. Glad we used them and would again!
What an amazing experience. Really, really pleased we did it. We had a little bit of turbulence, but were extremely lucky with the weather overall. I would thoroughly recommend it for not only tourists, but South African's living there - it's a real eye opener to what a beautiful place the Cape is.
HUGE disappointment! This tour DOES NOT go over the Indian and Atlantic Oceans - it only goes over the Atlantic Ocean. When we confronted the customer service people about it they first said that was just the name of the tour and then changed the story to say in the summer time the when the current changes the Indian oceans comes up then they said that 4 years ago it was written on the map as the Indian Ocean... Anyhow bottom line is they were rude and liars. On the helicopter the pilot pointed out about 6 land marks and it is fair to say my 6 year old nephew could have made up more interesting chat than our pilot.
Beatiful panorama view with a charming lady-pilot!!
Taking the top front seat, side by side with the pilot and
taking care not to touch the control stick just in front of me,
I enjoyed the view under my foot, took many pictures and videos.
But sorry our flight route of 2 oceans was shorter than my expectation
that we could fly just over the "Cape of Good hope" but actually not.