It's time to find out why birds and extravagant rich people always look so happy and windswept - take to the skies with your very own 5 minute helicopter buzz! Marvel at the rapidly receding landscape as the pilot lifts you hundreds of feet into the air, and gasp at horizons you'd never knew existed whilst you're given an adrenaline pumping tour of the clouds. After 5 minutes you'll either be begging to return to terra firma, or desperate for another go - and we're willing to bet we know which one it'll be.
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Soak up some of the heroism and skill required to be a bomber in the Second World War with this amazing Dambusters helicopter experience. On the night of 16th May 1943 nineteen Lancaster bombers took off on a vital raid deep in to the heart of Nazi Germany which required them to an exact height of 60ft during the bombing run – and you’ll be able to follow the route used to train them with an incredible 20 minute helicopter flight. You’ll soar over the Peak District, taking in breathtaking aerial views of Chatsworth House, the Mam Tor rock formations and Derwent Valley. What’s more, you’ll even receive a delicious cream tea once you’re back on solid ground.
The Lake District is one of the most breathtaking areas of the UK, and you can take in the incredible scenery with this 30 minute helicopter tour. Your experienced pilot will be sure to point out the local landmarks along the way, and you’ll be able to take a camera so that you can take some truly outstanding photographs!
Enjoy an exhilarating flight over some of the most spectacular scenery Britain has to offer with this Undiscovered Wales Helicopter Tour. Wales is a beautiful and fascinating country steeped in myth and legend, and what better way to see it than high-up above, from a perspective usually reserved for birds soaring overhead. Upon arrival, you’ll be welcomed and briefed by a specialist team, and then safely strapped into your seat ready for the exciting aerial-adventure which awaits. Take in the famous and impressive sandstone mansion of Powis Castle, formerly home to Clive of India. Then you’ll head towards the serenity of the mountain-locked Vyrnwy valley, where you’ll see the stone-built dam, the first of its kind in the world. With 31 rivers and waterfalls which run into the lake, its waters supply Liverpool and are used to make Bombay Sapphire Gin. On route you will pass over the village of Meifod, and in the distance you will see Cadar Idris, mythically known as the chair of Idris the Giant. On a clear day, looking north, you may be lucky enough to see the peaks of Snowdon in the distance. Finally, you’ll continue over the forest covered hills to the waterfall of Pistyll Rhaeadre, the highest in England and Wales before returning over the beautiful Berwyn Mountains and down the Severn Valley to Welshpool. Don't forget to take your camera, so you can you can re-live the experience with friends and family and show off your fantastic photographs.