Ultimate Tampa Bay and Fort De Soto Helicopter Tour
"Take to the skies for exclusive aerial views of St Petersburg and Tampa Bay on this comprehensive helicopter adventure.From the Peter O. Knight Airport your pilot will first whisk you above the mansions that dot the coastline of Davis Island. Then make your way north to downtown Tampa where you will hover just above the skyscrapers for a truly unique Tampa experience. Next pass by Tampa sights like the St Petersburg Times Forum Tampa Bay Aquarium and the University of Tampa.Your pilot then takes you to Fort De Soto a scenic park located just off the southwestern coast of St Petersburg. Fort De Soto Park is made up of five islands: Madelaine Key St Jean Key
"Choose between either a morning departure or an afternoon departure. Then arrive at the Port of Tampa located at 604 Channelside Drive. Meet your professional and friendly guide who will drive you across the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Strap your helmet on take your seat on the three-passenger motorbike and then begin your 2-hour tour. Take in the wonderful views of Tampa Bay as you make your way to the Gandy Bridge. Cross over and continue to the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Once you arrive at one of the tallest bridges in Florida prepare yourself for incredible panoramic views. Fly across the bridge and possibly over a cruise ship as it passes underneath for a heart-racing thrill. Head back to the Port of Tampa after enjoying a stop to take pictures."""
"Departing daily from the Marriott Renaissance Vinoy Resort built in 1925 and located in downtown St Petersburg Florida. The private sunset cruise departs two hours prior to sunset with 27 yachts available for charter. The yachts include Jeanneau Catalina Fountaine Pajot Beneteau and Hunter yachts. Our guests will have great views of the city skyline while cruising Tampa Bay to Snell Isle and the historic Old Northeast toward the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Experience the sights
The De Soto National Memorial marks the approximate location where Spanish explorer Hernando De Soto first set foot in what is now the U.S. on May 1539. Over the next four years De Soto's expedition,...