One way that everyone should see Malta, is from the sky. Looking out of your aeroplane window on a clear day gives you some idea of the islands beauty, but it in no way compares to seeing the archipelago from a panoramic helicopter window.
I’ve been lucky enough to enjoy a helicopter tour of Malta twice now and I certainly hope I get to go again one day. The first time was through work and the second time I treated my Mum when she came to visit and it was an experience she will never forget.
Heli Fly tours of Malta
I flew with Heli Fly Malta and on both occasions, the entire experience was absolutely flawless. I fully recommend the team behind Heli Fly Malta for your helicopter tour needs and, if I do manage to go again, it will surely be with them! You’ll mostly deal with Diana who is amazing. She manages the bookings, organising, greeting and information.
Helicopter tour prices in Malta
Helicopter tours in Malta are not cheap, but it’s affordable with a little saving and the absolute perfect special gift for a birthday, graduation, wedding etc.
The exact cost will depend on which tour you take and how many people you are. The adorable and sturdy Robinson 44 vehicle can take up to 3 passengers (4 people, including the pilot) and the prices range from €123 per person (for 3 people on a 25 minute tour) to €690 (for 1 person on a 50 minute tour). The more people you are, the cheaper each tour will be.
Dingli Cliffs + Valletta tour prices in Malta
Duration: 25 minutes
- 3 passengers: €123 per person + 18% VAT
- 2 passengers: €184.50 per person + 18% VAT
- 1 passenger: €369 per person + 18% VAT
Comino, Blue Lagoon and Valletta tour prices in Malta
Duration: 35 minutes
- 3 passengers: €169 per person + 18% VAT
- 2 passengers: €253.50 per person + 18% VAT
- 1 passenger: €507 per person + 18% VAT
Malta, Gozo and Comino tour prices in Malta
Duration: 50 minutes
- 3 passengers: €230 per person + 18% VAT
- 2 passengers: €345 per person + 18% VAT
- 1 passenger: €690 per person + 18% VAT
I tried the 50 minute tour and the 25 minute tour and both were amazing. If you have the cash to splash, I’d recommend the 50 minute tour, as the time passes insanely quickly when you are just staring at awe. But, if the price is a bit high then the 25 minute tour is still absolutely worth it. It still gives you a decent trip around the islands, you’ll still get to see Gozo and Comino, just a little in the distance and it’s still insanely stunning.