Private Tour: Romantic Toronto Helicopter Tour for Two


From £207.00
Location: Toronto, Canada

Love is in the air on this dreamy Toronto helicopter tour for two! Breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline set the scene for romance in the sky with chocolates, wine and that special someone! The flight path follows a route of almost 14 miles (22.5km) and lasts approximately 14 minutes. This helicopter tour is a perfect romantic getaway when visiting Toronto!


  • 14 minute private helicopter tour
  • Two framed photographs
  • Wine and chocolates
  • Dessert wine glasses
  • A cuddly teddy bear
  • Two souvenir helicopter toys
  • Local taxes

Your helicopter flight for two gently soars approximately 2000 ft (600 meters) above Toronto, Canada’s largest city. Look down at Toronto’s city center, CN Tower and beautiful waterfront. This package includes delicious Ontario wine, souvenir dessert wine glasses, chocolates and a cuddly teddy bear. Two complimentary high quality photographs in frames will be presented right after the flight. A trip to remember!

This is not just another thing to do in Toronto! Enjoy this special Toronto tour by celebrating an anniversary or birthday, surprise a loved one or give as a wedding present! A must do when visiting Toronto!

Please note:

  • Guests are not allowed to consume alcoholic beverages in or around the helicopter. The wine and all other souvenirs come in a beautifully wrapped gift basket that is presented to the couple after their flight.
  • A non-alcoholic package is also available upon request


Departure Point: Toronto City Center Airport (This is downtown Toronto, just minutes west on the shoreline from the famous CN Tower)

Departure Time: From 11:00am until sunset – All flight times are approximate and subject to change due to weather conditions and weight restrictions.

Return Details: Returns to original departure point

For additional information and bookings GO HERE!


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2 comments on “Private Tour: Romantic Toronto Helicopter Tour for Two
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