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.
Your total experience will last approximately 30 minutes.
This experience is for one person.
You are welcome to bring along family and friends to watch you take to the sky.
This may not be suitable if you are pregnant, suffer from epilepsy, fits, severe head injuries, recurrent fainting, high blood pressure, or heart conditions. The maximum weight is 107kg (17st).
There is no previous flying experience necessary.
The minimum age is 2 years old, anyone under the age of 12 will need to be accompanied by an adult.
This experience is available on selected dates, throughout the year.