Braveheart Edinburgh and Forth Valley Helicopter Scenic Tour, Edinburgh
- An amazing flight in a luxury JetRanger helicopter
- Visit William Wallace country including the famous battle of Stirling Bridge
- Fly over the ancient Royal Seat of Stirling Castle
This 45 minute helicopter sight seeing trip is an amazing and different way to experience Scotland from above, onboard a luxury helicopter.
Forth Valley Tour through Braveheart country
This tour of the Forth Valley area takes you on a trip around William Wallace country, offering unparalleled views of the Capital city, Forth Bridges, Forth Valley and Stirling.
On the first leg of this trip you will see all that Scotland’s Capital has to offer including Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, Holyrood Palace and the Scottish Parliament. Flying overhead gives you a unique view on the capitals’ winding streets of the old town and regimented avenues of the new town.
Fly west towards the Firth Of Forth you’ll pass the Victorian Engineering feet that is the Forth Railway Bridge, widely regarded as one of the engineering marvels of the world. You will pass Hopeton House and Linlithgow Palace, Birth Place of Mary Queen of Scots.
Flying along the Ochil hills you’ll arrive at Stirling, historic capital and Royal seat of Scotland. Here you will see the site of the Battle of Bannockburn and the Battle of Stirling Bridge as featured in the film ‘Braveheart’. You will also get breath taking views of Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument that stand high of the carse of Stirling.
Throughout this flight you will receive a friendly and informative commentary from the pilot, through your personal headphones.
Considered one of the engineering marvels of the world, fly past the Forth Rail bridge and adjacent road bridge
Fly over the nations capital onboard our luxury helicopter. See the new town, old town, Parliament and The Crags
A double whammy. A comprehensive scenic tour of the nations capital followed by a trip to the Forth bridges and Forth Estuary area
Fly through the rolling foothills of the Scottish Borders. See the scars of Scotland's turbulent past and soar over the county towns below