Kapiti Island and Mt Hector Scenic Helicopter Flight - For 2

Kapiti Coast, Wellington - Show on map
KPX010
For 2 people
$840
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Highlights

  • Scenic helicopter flight over both Kapiti Island and Mt Hector
  • The best of both land and sea
  • Amazing photo opportunities from the air

Get the best of both worlds with this excursion. View the contrast of the coastal waves thrashing against the sheer cliffs of Kapiti Island and the wind-blown alpine tussock at 5000ft Mt Hector. It promises to be an experience not to be missed.

What's Included?

  • 40 minute scenic helicopter flight
  • Safety briefing
  • Safety briefing

Get the best of both land and sea on this scenic helicopter flight. Departing Kapiti Airport, this flight will take you out over the coast and towards Kapiti Island before heading back inland towards one of the highest peaks in the Tararua’s, Mt Hector.

You’ll be able to view the coastal waves thrash against the sheer cliffs of Kapiti Island and wonder at the alpine tussock at 5000ft of Mt Hector, often snow-capped in the winter months.

This promises to be an experience not to be missed.

Session Length

  • This flight is 40 minutes long

Guidelines

  • Passenger names and weights are required at the time of booking
  • A minimum of two people are required for booking
  • Children under 2 are free if accompanied by 2 paying adults

Cancellation

Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to their policy.

Numbers on the Day

A minimum of two people are required for this flight, with a maximum of nine adult passengers able to be accommodated.

Weather

This experience is weather dependent. In the event of rain or inclement weather you will be contacted by your experience provider to reschedule your booking.

This experience takes place on the Kapiti Coast.