Stunning scenery from a bird's eye view
his is a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see some of the most stunning coastline in England with an action packed 30-minute helicopter tour of Bournemouth, Sandbanks, Studland and Poole Harbour.
Departing from Bournemouth Airport, you’ll fly down to Hengistbury Head and then west bound along the Bournemouth coast line, passing Boscome and Bournemouth Piers before arriving overhead Sandbanks at the entrance to Poole Harbour.
It’s just a matter then of choosing between concentrating on the stunning white sandy beaches of the Sandbank peninsula or having a nosey peak at some of the most expensive real estate and houses in England.
A pull of the throttle though and you’ll soon be using your bird’s eye position to see Studland Bay’s sand dunes and protected bays on the way to Old Harry Rocks (where the Needles were originally connected to the main land), the chalk headland that separates Swanage from Studland Bay. After Old Harry you'll whirl at speed up past Swanage to down upon the ruins of Corfe Castle.
From here, a short detour over Poole harbour and then you track back, looking at the stunning coastline once and back with your feet firmly on the ground, but with your head still in the clouds.