We offer breathtaking tours to New Zealand's most beautiful untouched destinations. Our helicopter tours are based out of our Hokitika, New Plymouth and the South Waikato bases. But wherever you want to go, whatever you'd like to see, we can take you there.
We offer specific tours to popular destinations from our three prime locations. Flights can be tailored to your exact requirements. Easy quotes can be arranged so just give us a call or drop us an email.
All PHL pilots have fantastic local knowledge and can assist you when choosing the best flight to suit your plans and budget. We operate a range of tidy machines, with great storage pods for goods. And, while on your flight, they will give you running commentary on the local history of the area.
Hokitika (West Coast)
Jump aboard to visit “Six Glaciers” or journey further south onto the “Garden of Allah”. A treasure, remotely located in the Southern Alps. View numerous glaciers, snowfields, virgin native bush, alpine terrain, historic huts and more. A tour that will leave you wanting more, it has to be seen to be believed.
The pureness of the name speaks for itself, this is bound to be your best memory of NZ and an adventure you will never forget.
Check out Hokitika based tourist website for pricing and more info.
New Plymouth (Taranaki)
New Plymouth is one of New Zealand's most underrated destinations for domestic and international tourists alike. Located at New Plymouth Airport, we can take you up and down the coast to view some of the country's most remote spots of natural beauty. And of course, we can also take you up, over and around our biggest gem, Taranaki Maunga.
Piopio (South Waikato)
Our Piopio base is ideally situated to travel east, west, north and south. Take a day trip to the laid-back surfer styles of the coastal town of Raglan, head east to the Coromandel with its beautiful native bush, or fly south to the central plateau. We can also take you to mind-blowing and previously undiscovered limestone formations as seen in The Hobbit with pillars of stone formed like the turrets of medieval castles.
Want to fly?
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