Flightseeing Tours in Canada

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View Amazing Scenery

Canada flightseeing companies provide an opportunity to view from the air some of the most amazing Canadian landscapes and remote regions of the country.

Most Canadian flightseeing operations provide their tours via transportation like floatplanes, helicopters and bush planes. The type of transportation largely depends on the geography of the region and if landing is part of the sightseeing tour.

Canada flightseeing tours and guides include opportunities to view glaciers, waterfalls, wildlife, mountain ranges, remote parks, historic sites, hot springs, islands and lakes and rivers.

Remote wilderness adventure destinations

Canada flightseeing tours and guides also provide access to remote wilderness adventure destinations. Floatplanes, helicopters and bush planes transport groups to remote locations for backpacking, wildlife photography, wilderness camping, hunting, fishing, surfing, canoeing, snowboarding and backcountry skiing.

Most Canadian flightseeing companies operate their tours from local airports and float plane bases. The type of flightseeing tour depends on the local geography and the type of plane. Tours run year round depending on the weather conditions.

Flightseeing tours range from 1 hour flyovers to a full day of sightseeing bliss, Some Canada flightseeing tours land their planes and helicopters so the sightseeing groups can explore on foot, have a picnic and/or take pictures.


Some Canada Flightseeing Tips

Canada Flightseeing Tours- research various types of flightseeing tours as prices vary.
- ask what is included?
- ask if their are opportunities to touch down and explore on foot.
- ask tour operators what you should bring?
- rain is not an issue in most cases as it makes for better waterfalls and rainbows.
- camera is a must item and make sure you use a fast film (ASA/ISO 400 or 800) and a polarizing filter to cut glare if you have one.
- ask if the tour company includes a video - as some do. This will allow you to enjoy your tour as opposed to looking through a lens the whole trip.
- bigger groups can sometimes customize your flightseeing tour so ask the tour company.
- if you are easily air sick then you may want to consider some motion sickness medication prior to your flight.
- morning is usually the best time of day to enjoy a flightseeing tour.
- if you are in a group, the front seat is the prime spot to book. Ask for the seat when booking.
- if you have a set of binoculars make sure you bring them along.
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