January 31st, 2023
There's no doubt that our planet is beautiful from the sky. Being able to see majestic mountain peaks stunning islands, thundering waterfalls as well as deep canyons, from a bird's-eye view makes you appreciate greater the expansive and isolated wilderness areas that are left on the beautiful planet. Therefore, make sure you ask for seats with windows for one of the 10 scenic joy flights that we believe to be among the most breathtaking trips on the planet.
Flight To The Southern Aurora With Air New Zealand
The first commercial flight that was designed to see the Southern Lights was launched in Dunedin located on New Zealand's South Island. The Boeing 767 aircraft - which was managed by Air New Zealand - had more than 130 photographers as well as aurora enthusiasts aboard and flew south until Antarctic Circle. Antarctic circle to view the natural light phenomenon in person. The eight-hour flight crossed over the international dateline twice as the plane travelled in large circles so that people on both sides were able to enjoy a clear glimpse of the stunning lights. The unique Aurora Australis mission was the ambitious concept by Otago Museum director Dr Ian Griffin but caught the attention of photographers who photograph the aurora, as the flight sold within an entire week. Some passengers come to Australia, South Africa, and Spain.
Flight Over The Okavango Delta In Botswana
There is a stunning view of the Okavango Delta in Botswana is one of the most beautiful wilderness areas in the world. The largest delta in the world inland allows visitors to experience the beauty of wild Africa with the thrilling thrill of watching the big game as well as the utter tranquillity and peace of a brand new delta, and captivating landscapes of breathtaking natural beauty. An aerial view the delta offers an aerial view of the gold-coloured floodplains with lush palm islands which are inhabited by many species of wildlife. Keep an eye out for hippos that roam the river channels, as well as buffalo and elephants under the trees. You can also look at the way that water channels wind through the delta on ever-changing pathways as this ever-changing water system develops.
Scenic Flight Over Australia's Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world's most beautiful natural wonders. It is the largest coral reef in the world and is comprised of over 3000 individual coral reefs and 880 islands as well as hundreds and thousands of species of bird, plant, or marine creatures. Scuba diving with marine life and marvelling at the beautiful colours of coral is a must on every trip to Great Barrier Reef. Great Barrier Reef. However, to gain a thorough understanding of the vastness of the Great Barrier Reef, you should put aside the fun with the many marine life, get away from the sea, depart from the pure white beaches, and then take to the skies, and view the reef from above. In the sightseeing flights that take you between and to the coral reef, you'll be treated to stunning views of and over the Whitsunday Islands, as well as over the coral reefs which make this region of the world unique.
Flying In A Helicopter Over The Grand Canyon, USA
With an enthralling and powerful scenery, Grand Canyon National Park is among the United States' most sought-after tourist spots. Unique combinations of geologic colour and erosional shapes formed from the Colorado River decorate a canyon that is 277 miles (446km) long, and up at 18 miles (29km) wide, and a mile (1.6km) deep. It is the Grand Canyon that reveals nature's sheer power with its towering pinnacles, buttes, and mesas, as well as its enormous size makes numerous visitors weak in the knees. The most thrilling method to experience The Grand Canyon is on a helicopter tour. The tour departs at the city of Las Vegas or near the entry point of Grand Canyon National Park. Grand Canyon National Park. Helicopters flying above and below the edge of the Grand Canyon will offer views that are not visible from any other point of the ground.
A Flight Over The World's Highest Waterfall In Venezuela
Angel Falls is located in the Canaima National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, located in Venezuela. It is the world's tallest waterfall, and it flows out of the Auyantepui into the Devil's canyon, which is 979 meters (3211 feet) below. Indigenous people refer to it as Kerepakupai-mer, but it is called Angel Falls after Jimmy Angel who was an American bush pilot and gold-hunting adventurer who discovered it in 1937. The falls' height is so large that before it even reaches the surface, the water is dispersed by the powerful winds and turns to mist. The falls are believed to be fifteen times as high as the US's Niagara Falls. A scenic flight over Angel's Fall in a light aircraft can give you an up-close view of the falls, and allow you to think to the level of "The Lost World" by British author Arthur Conan Doyle (1912).
Landing Or Taking Off At Bhutan's Paro Airport
Tourists visiting the Kingdom of Buthan are left with no choice other than flying towards Paro Airport, the sole international airport of the four located in Bhutan. Kingdom of Bhutan. It is located at a distance of 2,4 km (1.5 miles) higher than sea level, and with surrounding peaks reaching as high as 5,500 meters (18,000 feet) the airport is considered one of the world's most hazardous airports. The landing is so treacherous that only a limited handful of pilots (from Bhutan Airlines, Buddha Air, and Drukair) are able to fly the joy flights between and to Paro are only permitted when the weather is clear and are limited to daylight hours, from sunrise until sunset.
The planes must navigate the hundreds of houses scattered throughout the mountainside and are just feet away from slicing roofs. If you're not too worried about the challenging conditions you'll enjoy breathtaking views of the crystal clear blue waters of the Paro river and the lush greenery of Bhutan's countryside and the magnificent Himalayan mountains (including Mount Everest).
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