Helicopter Rides Woking

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UK City Helicopter Tour

  • Approx 12-15 minutes flying
  • Available for up to 4 people
  • Multiple UK venues
  • Minimum age 6 yrs old


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30 Minute Helicopter Sightseeing Tour

  • 30 minute ride across the UK
  • Approx 60 mins with 30 mins flying time
  • Multiple UK venues
  • Available for up to 4 people


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25 Mile City Helicopter Tour

  • UK Helicopter Tour Experience
  • 25 mile ride
  • Up to 15 minutes flying
  • Safety briefing


£129.00 £115.00
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12 Mile Helicopter Flight Experience

  • Amazing helicopter trip experience
  • 12 mile ride across the UK
  • Many locations
  • Available for up to 4 people


£99.00 £69.00
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18 Mile Helicopter Flight

  • Thrilling Helicopter Trip Experience
  • 18 mile ride across the UK
  • Multiple UK venues
  • Available for up to 4 people


£95.00 £89.00
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6 Mile Helicopter Flight Experience

  • Available for up to 4 people
  • Multiple UK venues
  • Glass of bubbly option


£49.00 £44.00
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About Woking

As the helicopter ascends over Woking, a town nestled in the heart of Surrey, England, the view from above unfolds a narrative of vibrant urban life seamlessly integrated with green expanses and historical sites. Woking, from this aerial perspective, reveals itself as a juxtaposition of modern development and natural beauty, showcasing the dynamic growth of this bustling town within the serene English countryside.

The most striking feature from the air is the blend of urban infrastructure and verdant landscapes. Woking’s town centre, with its contemporary architecture, including the towering Woking One and the futuristic structures of the Peacocks Centre, stands in stark contrast to the surrounding green belts. These commercial and residential developments reflect Woking's evolution from a quiet Victorian town to a thriving modern hub, emphasizing its role in the commuter belt to London.

Surrounding the urban core, the residential areas of Woking sprawl outward, with a mix of housing that ranges from Victorian and Edwardian homes to modern estates. From above, the orderly arrangement of these neighbourhoods, interspersed with pockets of greenery, school grounds, and community spaces, illustrates the town’s commitment to providing a balanced urban environment. The rooftops create a patchwork of colours and designs, telling stories of the town's architectural diversity and the community's growth over generations.

Woking’s commitment to green spaces is evident from the air, with the expansive Woking Park and the lush landscapes of the Hoe Valley serving as green lungs for the town. These areas, with their sports facilities, leisure paths, and natural habitats, offer a respite from urban life, highlighting the town’s dedication to environmental sustainability and the well-being of its residents.

One cannot overlook the historical and cultural landmarks that punctuate the landscape. The Shah Jahan Mosque, the first purpose-built mosque in Northern Europe, stands out with its distinctive architecture and beautifully maintained gardens, a symbol of Woking’s multicultural community and rich historical tapestry. Nearby, the Brookwood Cemetery, one of the largest in Britain, unfolds in a sprawling expanse, its solemn beauty and historical significance visible from above, offering a silent narrative of the town's past.

From this vantage point, the Basingstoke Canal weaves through Woking, a ribbon of water that reflects the sky and the surrounding foliage. This historic waterway, with its towpaths and adjacent greenery, is a testament to Woking’s industrial heritage and its transformation into a space for recreation and nature conservation.

The broader landscape surrounding Woking, characterized by the Surrey Hills and the wider countryside, frames the town in a picturesque setting. The contrast between the dense urban centre and the open fields, woodlands, and heathlands of the surrounding areas underscores the unique position Woking occupies at the crossroads of modernity and tradition, urbanity and rural charm.

Woking’s transport links, including the railway lines and roads leading in and out of the town, are lifelines that connect it to London and the wider region. From the air, these routes are visible threads that bind Woking to its neighbours, facilitating movement and economic activity, and emphasizing the town's strategic importance in the Southeast of England.

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