Tag: Sea Plane
October 20 (TravelAndy): Perth’s Swan River Seaplanes has expanded its operations to launch several new itineraries which commence this month in Australia.
Following a trial period of Margaret River day tours in early 2017, the company now offers three and four-day Margaret River Retreat packages.
Day trips to Rottnest Island, and the Pinnacles are two new offerings. Guests on the Rottnest Island tour will discover the island’s many beaches and bays, with time to capture a Quokka selfie, while guests on the Pinnacles – Taste of WA tour will be guided through the Pinnacles desert, have a crayfish lunch at the Lobster Shack, and meet koalas and kangaroos at Yanchep National Park. Continue reading New itineraries of Swan River Seaplanes
January 4 (TravelAndy): Goa is set to start sea plane and helicopter services for tourists from January 6, said reports.
During the first phase, tourists will be able to board the sea planes from Dabolim airport and will be directly flown into Mandovi and Chapora river.
Goa tourism will also connect Dabolim airport to various helipads including Aguada, Old Goa and Canacona. Private helicopter services for tourists are scheduled to begin from January 15. Continue reading Fly into Mandovi river in Goa
December 8 (TravelAndy): Telangana is planning to introduce helicopter tourism in Hyderabad, the state capital, The Hindu said.
Arrangements are also being made for hot air balloons and sea plane facilities, which are going to allow the tourists to enjoy a panoramic view of this four hundred year old Indian city.
A. Chandulal, the state’s minister of tourism and tribal welfare, said that plans of promoting eco-tourism and tribal tourism along the catchment areas of Godavari and Krishna rivers are also on the cards. Continue reading Telangana: Helicopter tourism on the cards
September 2 (TravelAndy): Tourists visiting Goa in October are in for more excitement as Goa Tourism Development Corporation (GTDC) plans to launch India’s first amphibious vehicle service in the river Mandovi from October.
The vehicle would be able to carry 32 passengers at a time. It will ferry both in land and in the river. Goa officially will become the first state to make amphibious vehicles available for tourists and civilians, The Times of India reported.
GTDC will reportedly operate through a private agency Amphibian Tours. Continue reading Amphibious vehicle in Goa this Oct