Admire the fantastic views of architectural marvels along the Dubai skyline on this 25-minute helicopter ride as you circle around some of the most popular buildings in the world. Arise to the beauty of the Dubai sun and embark on this tour as your tour vehicle arrives at your hotel to pick you up. Travel to Atlantis on the Palm Jumeirah, one of the largest man-made islands in the world, to arrive atleast 45 minutes before your flight time. Your first step into the flight experience will be with a check-in at the helipad and a light coffee, tea or soda in the comfy lounge area, were you will be given your safety briefing and will meet your pilot.
Hop onto your helicopter and if you are feeling extra- adventurous, you can choose your seat right next to the pilot or sit behind to get a view of the skyline from the side windows. Fasten your seatbelts and prepare to be dazzled by the views of the golden beaches, crystal blue waters and stunning monuments. Fly over the Dubai Marina and the Persian Gulf to get the perfect sky view of Dubai and then head over to see the most popular buildings in Dubai. The pilot will point out major high-rises and famous landmarks to you so make sure your camera is out and ready to capture a stunning bird’s eye view of these places. Take in the sights of Palm Jumeirah, Burj Khalifa and the Burj Al Arab hotel and marvel the genius and efforts that went into building these modern wonders. This journey will give you insights into how the Palm Jumeirah, an artificial archipelago created by land reclamation, was created over the years and its view form the top will give you the answer to why it is called “Palm Jumeirah”. As you cross over Dubai, your pilot will share more information about the towering Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world and the Burj Al Arab, a stunning, sail-shaped luxury hotel that is currently the 5th tallest building in the world. After a few minutes over the Burj Al Arab, the helicopter will whir over towards the World Islands, another man-made island project which boasts of a structure like that of the world map. This archipelago created by Nakheel Properties and conceived by the ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, consists of seven sets of islands - Europe, Africa, Asia, North America, South America, Antarctica, and Oceania. Try and pick out your country from among the other islands and get a memorable picture from the sky. As your tour comes to an end, the helicopter will descend back onto the helipad at Atlantis and you will be dropped back to your hotel.