Available in 2023
We offer professional and safe helicopter tours in Gaspésie to tourists as well as local and corporate clients. Our courteous and friendly staff provides environmentally responsible services (we operate far from any urban areas and engage in carbon compensation). We aim to offer our clients unforgettable views of the most beautiful attractions in the Percé area from the sky!
Enjoy a helicopter tour over the village of Percé at 4000 feet to admire Percé Rock, Bonaventure Island, Mt. Sainte-Anne, the Percé UNESCO Global Geopark, the Malbaie Barachois, Cap des Trois Soeurs, Pic de l’Aurore and the Portage River (known as “Emerald River”) from the sky.
- The Popular: 45-km tour lasting 12-14 minutes, up to 6 passengers, $419
- The Family: 45-km tour lasting 12-14 minutes, 2 adults + 2 children (additional charge for extra child), $329 (or $371)
- The Forillon: 90-km tour lasting 30 minutes, up to 6 passengers, $749
- Individual tickets: 45-km tour lasting 12-14 minutes, $84 per person
You will be warmly greeted at the takeoff site, which is located 6 km (4 mi.) from the centre of Percé, behind Mt. Blanc and Mt. Sainte-Anne, on Route des Failles. Check-in and safety instructions for the flight, including boarding and disembarking, will be provided. Refreshments and souvenirs are also available on site.
The helicopter will fly at an average speed of 180 km/h (110 mph). While your pilot acts as a guide, you will have the freedom and time to take photos of breathtaking views of Gaspésie. You can also take photos of yourself aboard the helicopter or outside it once your tour is over.
Available in 2023
ScheduleDaily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., depending on the weather
- Pets allowed on leashes only
- Free parking
How to get there
Takeoff site is located 6 km (4 mi.) from the centre of Percé, behind Mt. Blanc and Mt. Sainte-Anne, on Route des Failles.
Daily free shuttle (depending on the weather) from Percé hotels and restaurants and Rue du Quai, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Affiliations and distinctions
- Tourisme Gaspésie