Pay R599 for a scenic Microlight flying experience with Aquila Safaris
- Save 40% on a scenic microlight flight
- You’ll be supplied with a Luftwaffe flight suit
- The closest you’ll come to actually flying
- Scenic surroundings
- Highly trained pilot
- Pay R250 for an extra twenty minutes of flight time
- Ideal as Christmas gift
- Groupon redeemable for 4 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 021 712 1913 / 083 580 7250
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
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- Groupon not redeemable with in-store promotions
- Terms & Conditions apply
The Christmas season is about more than tinsel, eggnog and lacing Santa’s cookies with sleeping-pills to prove once and for all that he’s real. It’s about giving gifts and reaching for your dreams. If your dream is to climb Kilimanjaro in nothing but your gym shorts, you’ll probably need more than a discount on oxygen tanks but if your dream leaves you identifying with cheesy pop-songs about feeling like a bird, today’s Groupon is for you. Celebrate the face that 'tis the season for aerial antics and save up to 40% on microlight flights with Aquila Safari.
Often called the motorbikes of the sky, microlight flying is probably the closest you’ll ever come to the spreading your wings and soaring through the sky feeling without needing to tangle with melted wax and a pile of feathers. Not only do you get to kit yourself out in the original Luftwaffe flight suit complete with leather cappie and goggles, you’ll get to experience the particular joy of floating through the sky with someone who gives new meaning to the word eccentric.
The thirty-minute microlight flying experience gives you the chance to see the world from a totally different perspective. From the windswept hold of nothing but a harness, you can feel the rather-more-than-a-breeze rushing past you and all but taste the sea air. If you can lash it securely enough to your arm, feel free to bring along your camera to show everyone how close you came to imitating Icarus.
Adrenaline-pumped Fact: A man named Roman, who lived in the south of France, was most famous for his unique take on boutique patisseries. The one he owned was a bakery that made life-size Go-karts out of bread, and visitors were allowed to zoom around the indoor track while munching on the vehicle.