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Skyward Tours Around The World

Friday, August 10th, 2012

“When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.” — Leonardo da Vinci

Just as Leonardo so wisely wrote over 500 years ago, so is true today of the inspiration of soaring through the vast skies. Don’t limit your ventures to land-locked excursions, travel friends. Airplane Tours and Helicopter Tours really are worth every penny (and more) for the unbeatable thrills and the amazing memories you’ll treasure for a lifetime. We hand select the very best airplane tour operators around the world, with a focus on safety. We are sure you will find our airplane tours are the very best available. Climb aboard and let your dreams take flight!

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Seaplane Flight over San Francisco

On our Champagne Seaplane Flight over San Francisco, you will board the seaplane and head out to the coast. As you sip your champagne and watch the sun head toward the horizon, this romantic flight cruises down the coast and over the Golden Gate Bridge and over San Francisco. Sights (weather permitting) include: Mill Valley, Mount Tamalpais, Pacific Coast, Golden Gate Bridge, Downtown San Francisco, Bay Bridge, Pier 39, Alcatraz Island, Angel Island, Tiburon, Belvedere, and Sausalito.

Scenic Airplane Flight from La Spezia Italy

We would also recommend our Cinque Terre Scenic Airplane Flight with Lunch from La Spezia Italy. Enjoy a flight which takes you first over the beautiful Gulf of Poets with stunning views of the villages of Tellaro, Lerici and Portovenere and their impressive churches and fortresses. You will also see the islands of Palmaria and Tino with its beautiful lighthouse, which is closed to the public and spectacularly visible only during this flight. And then you will reach the area of the Cinque Terre! This stunning experience offers strong impressions that will become the highlight of your trip! After the flight, a delicious light lunch with an assortment of local specialities in the cozy Osteria awaits.

Seaplane Sightseeing Tour in Dubai

Our Seaplane Sightseeing Tour in Dubai provides incredible views of Dubai’s most iconic landmarks including The Palm Jumeirah, The Burj Khalifa, The World Islands, Burj Al Arab, Historic Dubai Creek, Port Rashid and much more. The tour ascends to 1,500 feet to give you an aerial view of the world-famous hotels, The Palms Jumeirah Beach Hotel and Burj Al Arab Hotel.

Come fly with us in one of the many cities that we serve. Book tickets online and save or call us toll free at 800-409-3192 for assistance with reservations, group bookings, and private airplane charter services. We look forward to providing you with excellent customer service.

We’ll close with this jazzy evening helicopter ride in New York City. Cheers! ;)

Sea & Sky Tours at the Magic Isle

Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

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Maui, nicknamed “The Magic Isle,” is certainly a gorgeous gem of the Hawaiian Islands. It seems most befitting that the flower of Maui is the Lokelani, meaning “heavenly rose.” Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands, located approximately 21 degrees north of the equator in the most isolated land in the world. The nearest land mass to Hawaii is San Francisco, approximately 2,400 miles away. Of the total of more than 100 islands in Hawaii, only eight are considered major islands – Ni’ihau, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Maui, Lanai, Kaho’olawe, and the Big Island of Hawaii – and only seven of those islands are inhabited. Anytime of year is a good time to visit Maui. The average temperature is between 75˚-85˚ F throughout the year. Maui reaches from sea level to 10,023 feet, to the summit of a dormant volcano, Haleakalä. Sugar, pineapple, cattle, and agriculture are a few of Maui’s major industries, with tourism at the top of the list. Maui’s world-famous beauty attracts tons of recreation activities, including golfing, horseback riding, hiking, whale-watching, nautical adventures, and helicopter tours!

Legend has it that the island of Maui was named after the Native Hawaiian demigod Maui, who pulled up the Hawaiian islands from deep out of the ocean with a magic fishhook linked to the heavens. After the islands were pulled out, the chord broke from the heavens, and the magic fishhook sank down into the ocean, lost forever. There is no better way to explore the mysteries of the deep, see the underwater coral beauty of Maui, and meet a colorful array of marine life located only in Hawaii than to take an underwater voyage. Hawaii’s coral reefs, the “rainforests of the sea,” are incredibly diverse ecological communities. With nothing more than a mask an a snorkel, you’ll be in a whole new world.

I’d like to invite you on the Molokini Snorkel & Turtle Town Morning Adventure from Maui, a perfect opportunity to discover the rich foundations of Maui’s birth and meet its tropical underwater locals. Climb aboard the Pride of Maui, a state-of-the-art 65 foot catamaran famous for her stability and comfort. Relax as you cruise in style to two beautiful diving destinations. The tour includes an Island-style continental breakfast, two snorkeling stops, a delicious lunch, snorkeling gear, and instructions. You’ll visit Molokini, a crescent shaped caldera that is a protected marine sanctuary. The waters are calm and clear, which is perfect for scuba diving, snuba diving, and snorkeling. You will also visit Turtle Town, known for its beautiful lava formations and Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles.

If you’d like to dive even deeper, then take a once-in-a-lifetime undersea adventure on our Atlantis Submarine Tour! It is the world’s first and most technologically advanced passenger submarine. Journey into a spectacular blue world more than 130 feet below the surface in spacious air-conditioned comfort. You will see the majestic natural coral reefs and Hawaiian marine life. From December through May, you can enjoy whale watching during the ship-to-shore journey. Reservations are HIGHLY recommended for this popular tour!

The Island of Maui is also called the “Valley Isle” for the large isthmus between its northwestern and southeastern volcanoes and the numerous large valleys carved into the mountains. Explore deep, meandering valleys set in the rainforest of the ancient West Maui Mountains. Knife-edged ridges with mist-shrouded peaks separate the spectacular valleys. Waterfalls cascade down from towering cliffs into the streams running along the rainforest floor. Take off on the Maui Spectacular Helicopter Tour to soar with a bird’s eye view to see the rainforests and waterfalls of the West Maui Mountains, Hana, and the Haleakala Crater. You’ll also enjoy a 20-minute landing and refreshments at Ulupalakua Ranch. Every West Maui Mountains tour is unique!

Discover the best of both worlds on our West Maui Island Deluxe Helicopter Tour & Submarine Adventure. Experience Maui under the sea as well as above it! Take in views from above, inaccessible by land and discover lush green rainforests, cascading waterfalls and a dormant volcano. Then, marvel at Hawaii’s unique underwater paradise aboard a high-tech 48-passenger submarine. View fascinating coral reefs and their inhabitants as you explore the ocean more than 100 feet below. Every dive is a new adventure!

From heavenly summit views to pristine beaches and thriving nautical life, there are plenty of reasons why Maui has been voted “Best Island” by travelers for years. Discover your own reasons to love Maui with Maui Tours. Feel free to call us at 888-321-3650 to answer your questions and help book your favorite tours. From breath-taking sunrises atop Haleakala Crater to the scenic Road to Hana, your adventures in Maui promise to be unforgettable. It’s no wonder why thousands of whales migrate directly to Maui year after year. One visit to the Magic Isle, and you might annually join them.

Grand Canyon Tours from Sedona

Sunday, June 6th, 2010

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If you are interested in seeing the Grand Canyon and are staying in the Sedona area, there are many options to suit your needs.I would recommend the Colorado River Whitewater Tour from Sedona for a wild water adventure led by an experienced Hualapai Indian Guide.You will spend 5 hours on the water with Class II-IV white water rapids, navigating through the largest and most impressive canyon in the world.You will stop to have a light lunch on the banks of the Colorado River and hike through a secret side canyon to the Travertine Falls.At the end of the 14 hour trip, you will rise up 14,000 feet from floor to rim in a helicopter to view the canyon from a different vantage point and take the drive back to your hotel on the river van while viewing a specially prepared video.

Grand Canyon Below the Rim Tour from Sedona

Grand Canyon Below the Rim Tour from Sedona

The Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour with Gourmet Lunch from Sedona is another fabulous option, and it gives you a choice between a 30 or 45 minute helicopter flight along with a full-day luxury coach tour from Sedona to the Grand Canyon.The tour begins with a scenic ride from Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon, the Ponderosa Pines of Flagstaff, the San Francisco Peaks and the gorgeous Aspen Groves before stopping at Tusayan to watch an IMAX movie about the Grand Canyon.Entrance fees to Grand Canyon National Park are included in the price of tickets and you will also get a gourmet lunch at the historic El Tovar Lodge on the South Rim (Yavapai or Maswik Lodge for the regular lunch option)followed by a walk along the South Rim for a spectacular view and a visit to the historic Watchtower Observatory.The scenes you will see are indescribable, as if an artist hand painted them.You will not want to forget your camera to take still pictures or video, as you will likely not have a similar experience again.

Other tours to consider are the Grand Canyon Experience Tour with El Tovar Lodge Lunch from Sedona – which is a real treat with over 7 stops, lunch, and an IMAX movie – and the Grand Canyon Freedom Tour from Sedona.This tour provides a great deal of free time for those who are looking to set out and explore on their own for a while at the Grand Canyon.Along the way you will see Oak Creek Canyon, the Painted Desert, the Little Colorado River Gorge, and more. At the Grand Canyon National Park, you will have time to visit the gift shop, look around the historic buildings, or take a walk down part of the South Rim trail.

No matter which tour you choose, you can be sure that you will have a fun and educational time and will have lots of pictures to share with family and friends.Book online for a $5 discount per adult ticket at www.SedonaTours.us!

Endless Excitement in Niagara Falls

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010
Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is one of those places that everyone should see at least once.You can take tours by boat, van, bus, helicopter, airplane, or jet boat to see the magnificent waterfalls.

My personal favorite is the Niagara Falls All American Illumination Tour by Van. This tour features all the adventure, beauty and natural wonders of Niagara Falls, USA. Visit the oldest state park in the USA, Niagara Falls State Park. Enjoy a thrilling ride aboard the world famous Maid of the Mist Boat, view the falls atop the American Observation Tower, experience the adventurous Cave of the Winds Trip and descend to the base of the Bridal Veil Falls, view the powerful churning waters of the Niagara River Gorge and the Hydro-electric Power Plants, and see the spectacular and colorful night time Illumination of Niagara Falls!

Need PassportThere are many other fun things to do for both adults and children. I highly recommend experiencing the mystery and art of illusion at Greg Frewin’s Las Vegas Dinner & Show in Niagara Falls. This Las Vegas Style Magical Review features spectacular appearances by rare and majestic tigers. Your imagination will be captivated and you will be AMAZED “Beyond Belief.” Get your tickets before they disappear!

Choose from a huge selection of cruises, tours and attractions in Niagara Falls with Niagara Falls Tours and Reserve123.

Helicopter Tours of Sedona

Monday, September 21st, 2009

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The most popular way to see Sedona by helicopter is through the Sedona Ancient Ruins Helicopter Tour which takes you through Secret Canyon’s enormous 2,000 foot walls and to Mogollon Rim and Secret Mountain before heading to Boynton Canyon to check out the ancient Sinagua Indian ruins.The trip will take place in a Bell Jet Ranger Helicopter and includes in-flight narrative by a knowledgeable pilot who is ready and willing to answer any questions you may have.

Another option is the Sedona Deluxe Helicopter Tour.This tour takes you through the most famous red rock formations in Sedona, the Bell and Cathedral Rocks.You will then descend into Secret and Boynton Canyons where you will see the ancient Sinagua Indian cliff dwellings.Along the way you will also see Courthouse Butte, The Chapel of the Holy Cross, Snoopy Rock, Submarine Rock, and finally the magnificent Bear Wallow Canyon.This is a photographer’s dream, as there are endless amounts of photo opportunities sprinkled throughout the 30 minute trip.

You can also take the Grand Helicopter Tour with Gourmet Lunch from Sedona and can choose between a 30 or 45 minute flight along with a full-day luxury coach tour from Sedona to the Grand Canyon.The tour begins with a scenic ride from Sedona through Oak Creek Canyon, the Ponderosa Pines of Flagstaff, the San Francisco Peaks and the gorgeous Aspen Groves before stopping at Tusayan to watch an IMAX movie about the Grand Canyon.Entrance fees to Grand Canyon National Park are included in the price of tickets and you will also get a gourmet lunch at the historic El Tovar Lodge on the South Rim (Yavapai or Maswik Lodge for the regular lunch option)followed by a walk along the South Rim for a spectacular view and a visit to the historic Watchtower Observatory.The scenes you will see are indescribable, as if an artist hand painted them.You will not want to forget your camera to take still pictures or video, as you will likely not have a similar experience again. 

All of the above tours are accessible at www.SedonaTours.us.

Niagara Falls: View From the Top

Monday, August 31st, 2009

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Niagara Falls Helicopter Tour

Niagara Falls Helicopter Tour

There may be no better experience than soaring above Niagara Falls in a helicopter, getting to view the Falls from a unique vantage point as you follow the Niagara River and hit some key spots along the way including the Whirlpool Rapids, Rainbow Bridge, and Queen Victoria Park.

This amazing trip comes complete with insightful commentary and, of course, the chance to pause to appreciate the unparalleled beauty that surrounds you.You get to see both the American and Canadian sides of the Falls and will want to take lots of pictures of the Canadian Horseshoe Falls towards the end of the flight.You will not want to miss this exhilarating tour.

The Niagara Falls Helicopter Tour captures the very best of Niagara Falls, and although it takes under 15 minutes from start to finish, the memories (and pictures) created will last a lifetime.So pack up your camera and get ready to fly!

Aerial Views of the Grand Canyon

Monday, August 17th, 2009

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Of all the ways to see the Grand Canyon, the helicopter tours are a favorite of many. The Grand Canyon Helicopter Tour With Lunch from Flagstaff can be taken in 30 or 45 minute increments and comes with a full-day luxury coach tour from Flagstaff to the Grand Canyon. You will pass the snowcapped San Francisco Peaks and the Aspen Groves as you travel to Tusayan.

Entrance fees to Grand Canyon National Park are included in the price of tickets, and your helicopter ride will take you through the Dragon Corridor upon entering the park.You will also have a gourmet lunch at the Yavapai or Maswik Lodge followed by a walk along the South Rim for a spectacular view and a visit to the historic Watchtower Observatory.Then you will head out along the Little Colorado River Gorge for an incredible view of the Painted Desert on the Navajo Reservation.At the conclusion of the tour, you will stop at the historic Cameron Trading Post.

This is a wonderful way to see the Grand Canyon and its magnificent red rocks.The tour lasts 9 hours in its entirety and includes a full narration by an experienced and knowledgeable guide.Do not miss this chance to see gorgeous aerial views of the red rocks and to capture the experience on film.Visit www.flagstafftours.com for more details.

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours

Grand Canyon Helicopter Tours

In New York, the Sky is the Limit!

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

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Traveling with kids to the Big Apple sometimes requires creative planning, especially when looking for something unique to do that doesn’t involve endless hours of walking as tourist trips often do.  Since children are often easily bored, you will need something that can hold a child’s attention but that will not last all day.  Luckily, there are plenty of options in the city that can fit both your interests and your schedule. 

Tours run every half hour from 11:00 am – 3:30 pm so you are able to pick the time that works best for your group.  I will point out, however, that helicopter tours in New York book up fast.  It is best to plan well in advance of your trip so your dates of choice will not be sold out.  You definitely don’t want to miss out on this once in a lifetime experience!

Visit www.NYTours.us for more info on this tour and many amazing others.

 

Toronto from Above

Monday, May 4th, 2009

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Helicopter tours are a unique way to see the city from a different vantage point.  One popular tour is the Vertical Reality Helicopter Tour, which takes you 2,000 feet into the air for amazing aerial views and it travels an average of 100 miles per hour.   A similar tour called the Vertical Obsession Helicopter Tour in Toronto takes you on an extended version of the flight to get a more comprehensive view of Toronto and its giant skyscrapers. 

There are also several romantic tours – like the Romantic Jewel Helicopter Tour in Toronto – showcasing downtown Toronto, which take place from morning to sunset.  The Romantic Interlude Helicopter Tour in Toronto is a private flight for two that lifts you out over the city for a breathtaking view of the Toronto skyline, the waterfront, and the bay before traveling north to the magnificent Casa Loma castle.  The castle is a historical landmark and the former estate of Sir Henry Pellatt, a prominent figure in Toronto known for his work in finance, as an industrialist, and as a member of the military.  

The Vertical Obsession Helicopter Tour around Toronto gets you oriented to the area while providing a unique experience for those who have never flown in a helicopter before.  There are numerous opportunities to take pictures and look out at the city skyline as you make your way across the city.  For a fantastic opportunity to bond with a loved one or to enjoy time with a close friend or two, I urge you to take this tour.  It is relatively short so it fits nicely into your day even if you are on a busy schedule.

Tours and activities going on in Toronto can be booked at www.torontotours.net

Grand Canyon Adventures from Williams

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

Williams, a city located along Route 66 in Arizona, is the ideal winter vacation spot offering a variety of tours and activities for all ages.  Because it is situated so closely to the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park, Williams draws in an impressive number of visitors each year.

On your trip to Williams, one of the most popular tour options is the Grand Canyon Train.  You can take this tour in one day or you can choose the overnight package if you are looking to spend some extra time checking out the area.  Train tours are a great way to get an overview of the city and its surrounding area before deciding on specific locations to revisit in more detail.  Should you opt for the regular train tour, you will spend just over two hours riding around and getting to know your surroundings a little better.  To make your trip that much more comfortable, there are five classes of train service to choose from, each with its own unique amenities, from a fully stocked bar to reclining seats and large picture windows for optimal viewing.  Knowledgeable guides will be there to educate you along the way, and they are more than happy to answer any questions that may arise.

Not only will you have a lot to look at out the windows of your train car, but you will have a lot going on inside as well.  Strolling musicians will serenade you with music that was popular throughout history, and you will even get to witness the reenactment of an old fashioned shoot out and train robbery.  Once you reach the Canyon, you can walk along the edge as you enjoy an incredible view, or you can board the shuttle bus which will make stops at several scenic checkpoints.  Make sure to bring a camera or camcorder to capture your memories, since you will definitely want to look back at your trip later.

If you are more interested in taking in an aerial view of the Grand Canyon, you can book a ticket on the Helicopter Tour from Grand Canyon South Rim.  These tours can be taken for 25 or 45 minutes depending on your personal timetable, and the views from above the Kaibab Plateau – part of the Colorado Plateau – are not to be missed.  The Kaibab Plateau also houses the largest Ponderosa Pine forests in the world, which are best viewed from above.  You will travel over part of the Painted Desert and the Desert View Watchtower as well, where you can catch the widest view of the Canyon.  Using the path of the Colorado River as a guide, your group will follow it upstream to where it meets with the Little Colorado River.

Your trip to Williams can be booked solid with activities if you choose, with additional tours offered by van, SUV, bus, and river raft.  Visit Williams Tours online to ensure that your next vacation is everything you envisioned and more!


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