Take a ride in the sky via helicopter to soak in the magnificent views of Hilton Head Island. During the tour, see famous areas such as Folly Field Beach, Broad Creek, Port Royal Sound, and Shelter Cove. Be on the lookout for ocean life down below such as sea turtles, dolphins, and manta rays! Trusted pilots will ensure you have a thrilling ride with breath taking views, making memories in South Carolina that you will not soon forget.
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The Hilton Head Helicopter Tours is located at 38 Gateway Circle, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926.Are helicopters safe?
The answer is most definitely yes! Statistically, helicopters are among the safest modes of transportation. Hilton Head Helicopter takes pride in only hiring experienced and safe pilots with proven safety records. They have acquired 23 years of touring experience with a flawless safety record.Is it scary?
No! Most passengers are a bit nervous prior to taking off, but after flying around for a few minutes they soon realize there was no need to worry. Each flight is smooth and stable unlike that of a roller coaster or amusement ride. The Hilton Head Helicopter Tours have flown passengers from 9 months to 90 years old!Can a large group all fly at once in this Beach Cruiser Helicopter Tour?
Large groups are welcome to come to fly with the Hilton Head Helicopter Tours! We offer beautiful three-passenger helicopters. Have more than three passengers? No problem! We can split larger groups with more than three people and take multiple flights allowing the kids to ride twice for no additional charge!Can I bring my camera?
The Hilton Head Helicopter Tours encourages all passengers to bring a camera and get ready to take some amazing pictures! Their only requirement is to ask passengers to wait until they are inside the helicopter to start shooting. This is to prevent people from walking around the helicopter while the blades are spinning, and the engine is running.Is there a weight limit on this Beach Cruiser Helicopter Tour?
Yes, Federal Aviation Regulations require a maximum passenger weight of 300lbs. per person or 580lbs. per group.