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Jurassic Coast Sightseeing Helicopter Tour

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Last updated on 8th Mar 2015

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Jurassic Coast Sightseeing Helicopter Tour

Devon’s Jurassic Coast is one of Britain's most spectacular and beautiful coastal areas, so what better way to explore its sights than with a fantastic helicopter sightseeing tour? You are guaranteed to love this unforgettable helicopter pleasure flight over the Devon coast; exploring this remarkable area on foot is memorable enough, but seeing it from this unique vantage point is an especially exceptional experience – and one that you will remember forever! During this thrilling activity you will enjoy a 20 minute scenic flight, following the River Sid along to Sidmouth and then flying low-level alongside the famous cliffs of the Jurassic Coast, before moving on to Budleigh Salperton for panoramic views, and then over Exmouth and Ottery St Mary.

This incredible helicopter tour is quite simply the best way to see South Devon in all its natural splendour … you really can’t beat the exhilaration of viewing this dramatic area of coastline from a bird’s eye view, hovering thousands of feet up in the sky.

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