The views from a helicopter’s vantage point over Miami, Miami Beach, and South Miami Beach are merely spectacular – a true display of why millions of people love the Miami Metropolis so well. The most rewarding aspect about this Miami Helicopter tour is that no matter the time of year, it is beautiful – after all, it is South Florida! A few things to expect when flying Miami’s skies with Miami Helicopter – great customer service, beautiful views of Miami as far as you can see, and of course, a safe journey around our beautiful city and beyond. Be sure to check out our weekly Miami Helicopter tour deals before you book!
Once the helicopter gets closer to the mighty Atlantic Ocean, you will begin to make out North Miami Beach and the eloquent beaches that surround this iconic community in North Miami. Beginning with Hallandale Beach, you will then travel down the white sand coastline of Golden Beach, Sunny Isles Beach, and Haulover Beach, North Miami’s well-known clothing optional beach. Before headed back to Opa-Locka Executive Airport, peer towards Bal Harbour and stir up a glimpse of the northern most island in the barrier island chain – this chain of islands leads all the way down to Ernest Hemingway’s former community of Key West, the continental US’s southernmost point.
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Miami’s Opa Locka Executive airport is a great location to start any tour in Miami. Centrally located in the metropolis of Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, from these heights, the only limitation is that on your eye prescription!
Just as the name implies, this tour will have you craving for more. The Taste of Miami Tour will tantalize your taste buds, awakening your appetite for the warm Southern Florida skies. You will begin the helicopter tour just north of Amelia Earhart Park, flying over Saint Thomas University, the alma mater of Andy Elisburg – our very own Miami Heat Basketball Team’s Vice President of Operations. It is nearly impossible to take it all in, but be sure to look north at Miami Garden’s newly renovated Sun Life Stadium, home to the Miami Dolphins, Miami Hurricanes, and the infamous Capital One sponsored Orange Bowl held annually on New Year’s Day.