Scenic Flight Over Mahe Island
Mahe Island Scenic (30 mn)
Flights begin and return to the VIP lounge, or alternatively our a la carte services can develop and schedule your flights from your chosen helipad, where you will be gracefully escorted to one of three elegant Euro copter EC120B helicopters in the fleet. Hop in to swish leather seats, buckle up, pop on the Bose noise cancelling headphones and you are ready for takeoff in air-conditioned comfort with spacious seating for four passengers.
When experiencing a scenic flight, in less than a minute the entire island of Mahé will reveal itself from a glorious ‘birds eye’ view. Iridescent green rolling landscapes integrate naturally with the black granite outcrops, highlighting the brilliant shades of the ocean ranging from the palest turquoise to the deepest blue. Explore the hidden coves and granite ravines of Mahé, the Sainte Anne Marine Park and small island group, then on to Praslin and La Digue, or perhaps a bespoke itinerary takes your fancy.
This routing gives you the opportunity to circle the entire island. You lift-off and head down the coast directly for the southern tip of Mahé, and then gently make your way northwards, hugging the eastern coast. Flying alongside the spectacular Anse Royale beach and heading for the Sainte Anne Marine Park before heading inland over Victoria, circling comfortably around the mountainous Morne Seychellois National Park, and over the mystical coastline of Beau Vallon Bay before finally returning to your base.
You need to know
- You need to arrive 30mn before the flight for the boarding formalities
- You will be asked for a proof of identity before the flight
- All of our operators have a certification
- For your safety reasons, weather conditions can postpone your flight
You'll fly on Airbus H120
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The Eurocopter EC120 Colibri is a monoturbine light helicopter designed by Eurocopter in partnership with China National Aero-Technology Import & Export Corporation, Harbin Aircraft Manufacturing Corporation and ST Aerospace, and assembled in Eurocopter's workshops in Marignane. It has been designed to carry one pilot and four passengers, and has the versatility to adapt to the needs of its customers, be they private purchasers or public agencies, or even military. Since the name change of Airbus Helicopters, it has been renamed H120.