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Private Portland Oregon Helicopter Tours
Have you ever wanted to see all of what Portland had to offer, but are not sure the best way to do that? Have you ever thought of taking a helicopter tour of Portland? A helicopter is a wonderful way to see a city. You get a bird’s eye view and you really get such a unique perspective of seeing the whole city. You’ll pass over over Portland’s most iconic landmarks.
It’s also a safer way to see the city. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, your tour will be private. You won’t be taking the tour with people you don’t know, which really limits your contact with other people. You can do it by yourself or with someone you already know and are in contact with, such as a spouse or child, or roommate. So taking a private tour is a great idea right now.
Another great thing about having a private tour is how much say you get on the tour. You can request to go past certain points. Or do certain routes. Like, you can choose a downtown tour and get to see the US National Bank building or St. John’s Bridge. You can do a scenic route that lets you fly over the Willamette River in downtown Portland. Or you could get amazing views of the Cascade Mountains. It really is an amazing experience you will never forget!
You will choose your departure time when you book your ticket. You depart from the Rooftop Heliport on 33 NW Davis Street in Downtown Portland. Oregon Helicopters is also limiting the number of people on the heliport at one time, another way to increase safety. And everyone in the helicopter will be required to wear a facemask, yet another safety precaution taken.
Looking for a coupon to save money on your helicopter tour? Click here and you can save up to 27% on your helicopter tour. You can pick a helicopter tour for one person or up to three people. You can choose a Skyscrapers and Bridges tour or a City Parks tour.