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Jurassic Coast Helicopter Tours

Discover the dramatic Devon cliffs on this Jurassic Coast Helicopter Tour! Stretching from Orcombe in East Devon to Old Harry Rocks in East Dorset the Jurassic coast covers 95 miles so seeing some of it by helicopter is much easier than walking the route! The helicopter is based near Honiton and its from here you’ll head out on your seaside tour. If you opt for the 20 minute Jurassic Coast trip you’ll head straight out towards towards the coast following the winding River Otter until it meets the sea at Budleigh Salterton. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Budleigh boasts red cliffs and marshlands that are a haven for bird and wildlife. You’ll then carry on in the helicopter following the Jurassic coastline towards Exmouth so you can gaze down on the amazing cliff formations and the stunning shoreline before turning in-land at Exmouth to follow the meandering Otter River to the delightful Ottery St Mary before heading back to base. Those on the 30 minute tour will see all those Jurassic coast wonders as well as some of the most well-known parts of South Devon too. After take off in your executive chopper your flight path will take you to Lyme Regis famous for its Cobb – the curved harbour as seen in French Lieutenant’s Woman. After that you’ll turn and soar along the line of the beaches starting with Monmouth fossil beach and passing over Seaton and Sidmouth where those red cliffs of the Jurassic coastline start. From this point your flight path follows the 20 minute version of the tour. Your Jurassic coast helicopter tour will last either 20 or 30 minute depending on which voucher you choose and as well as seeing all the coastline sights you will also enjoy the thrill of being in a luxury helicopter flying as low as 1000ft to be able to get a really good look at the amazing Devon coast and all those most picturesque beaches coves and cliffs. One little piece of advice – don’t forget your camera to capture those wonderful aerial vistas!

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