Adventure Helicopter Tours parades sightseers about the skies above Los Angeles for aerial appreciation of the city's many landmarks. The outfit hosts 12 separate tours around southern California, including those that fly over the homes of celebrities, providing ample opportunities to pass judgment on their backyard barbecuing skills. Other options include a romantic sunset excursion, and a route that flies past the Hollywood sign. Every passenger on an Adventure Helicopter Tours excursion enjoys window seating and a two-way MP3 stereo headset for easy communication with fellow sightseers.
Rebel Adventure Tours in Las Vegas takes you on extreme tours!! Tours includes action, fun and fact filledHummers, jet skis, white water rafting, helicopters, ATVs, horses!
You will be amazed at the sheer naked beauty of the southwestern landscape while touring in a custom, one of a kind Deep Desert Exploration Vehicle
Flying high above the bright lights of the Las Vegas Strip, 702 Helicopters’ Robinson R44s offer passengers breathtaking, panoramic views of the glittering cityscape. On daytime or nighttime tours, the ‘copters whirl directly toward downtown, setting up perfect photo opportunities of such landmarks as Fremont Street, the Bellagio, and the Eiffel Tower replica at Paris Las Vegas. Longer tours venture out into the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, revealing a sweeping view of the gnarled, crimson formations that give the area its name—as well as the deep holes where all the other colored rocks were tossed after the name became official.
Shawn Mullin, iflyElite.com’s chief pilot and cofounder, has logged more than 5,500 hours of flight time. He now heads a team of skilled pilots who lead thrilling tours over the luminescent Las Vegas Strip, train fledgling aircraft operators, and manage private craft. Elite’s current fleet of advanced aircraft is used for tours, rental, and training flights, with classes available for both airplanes and helicopters. iflyElite.com and its pilots also boast the stamp of FAA approval for tour operations, guiding groups of up to three over the Las Vegas Strip, where passengers can take in aerial views of the Bellagio fountains and the crowning beret of Paris’s Eiffel Tower.