Cape Town Scenic Flights, Tailor- Made Trips, Fly-in-Safaris & Adventurous Charters. The magnificent Cape is seen as it ought to be….from a birds eye view. We offers a variety of local Scenic Adventures throughout the Cape region including flights around the postcard picturesque Table Mountain, Cape Peninsula Light house, Robben Island and the most Southern Tip of the African Continent – Cape Agulhas.
The fairest cape in all the circumference of the world’’ wrote Sir Francis Drake in his ships diary in 1579.
Bartholomew Diaz, pioneer of the sea route from Europe to the East via this Cape in 1488, named it "Cabo de tormentoso" Cape of Storms.
Two hundred ships were wrecked and two thousand lives lost here before 1860 when the Victoria and Alfred harbour and breakwater were built.
Today this has become the world’s most successful waterfront and is situated between two world heritage sites Table Mountain and Robben Island.
The highest priced beachfront real estate on the African continent can be bought at Clifton.
Eight hundred million years of Table Mountain history is clearly visible.
Hout ( timber) Bay named after the ‘inexhaustable ‘ supply of indigenous wood for ships and furniture. Muizenburg gun battery where the British captured the Cape sea route from the Dutch in 1795 facilitating expansion of the British Empire and English becoming the de facto international language.
The Cape Peninsula, also named Adamaster by ancient mariners after the legendary monster. The warm Agulhas and cold Benguella currents meet, mix and mingle here to support totally different climates, marine and terrestrial systems. The Phoenecians altered course for home here circa 300 BC and the Portuguese rounded Cape Point in 1488 to be the first to discover a trading route to the Far East. Cape Point lighthouse nesting site for thousands of cormorants guides mariners around this deceptive bastion.
Winelands and The Overberg. Lady Anne Barnard named this "the land of milk and honey". Wines, wheatfields, whales, wild flowers and Shipwrecks. Wreck of the
Birkenhead at Danger Point in. "Women and children first."
Follow the coast home via Hermanus whale capital of the world; Kogelberg biosphere reserve the focal point of the Cape Floristic regions more than nine thousand flowering Fynbos species and the eastern shoreline of False Bay below the Cape Folded Mountains.
•All routes include free shuttle service to and from Cape Town International Airport for the following areas: Atlantic Seaboard, Camps Bay, City Bowl, Blouberg,
Southern Suburbs, Bellville. Please contact the office for your personal requirements.
•Flight prices are fixed per route. Max 3 persons per flight, however there is a maximum weight limitation per route.
•A minimum 1 hour lead time for every flight departure.