Route 1: Hallandale – Gulfstream park – Pembroke Pines

up to 3 seats
40 min


The shortest route: 30 minutes

Our tour starts at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport, at SkyEagle Air Tour office. There you meet a pilot, who will be your tour guide on this journey.

After our departure we will fly over the following cities and sightseeings:

  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Hollywood
  • Hallandale
  • Golden Beach
  • Gulfstream Park
  • Pembroke Pines
  • Sunrise



Don't forget to bring your camera! These photos are unique memories that will last for a lifetime!

Please arrive promptly 30 minutes before your activity's start time to check-in.

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On the route


Fort Lauderdale

One of the most popular tourist cities in South Florida. More than 560 hotels are located along the coast of Fort Lauderdale with over 10 million visitors per year. The city received its name in honor of Lieutenant Lauderdale, who led one of the three forts during the Second Seminole War.  The city saw major growth and development in the early 1920s.

Cities along the shoreline


Hollywood was founded in 1925 by Joseph W. Young.  He considered it the Eastern extension of Hollywood City in California. According to his plan, there should have been luxurious hotels, white sandy beaches, and pristine golf courses. Due to the effects of several hurricanes, the death of the founder, and the Great Depression altered these plans.

Hallandale was founded at the end of the 19th century. Like many other cities in Florida, it owes its appearance to Henry Flagler, founder of the railway and hotel chains, that helped Florida to receive unprecedented popularity. Henry hired Holland Luther to find a suitable place for the organization of the settlement, somewhere along the path of the railway. Luther found such a place and opened there the first retail outlet. For several decades he has been living in the settlement of only 12 families and the city was developing very slowly. Only in 1927, it was established as an urban settlement with 15,000 residents. Now Hallandale has more than 35,000 inhabitants.

Golden Beach is one of the wealthiest cities on the East Coast.  The average price of a home here averages around 2MM.  Some notable residents include Bill Gates, Eric Clapton, and Ricky Martin. The city is most known for the small police department as they have a handful amount of officers patrolling speed on Collins Avenue.  The long-standing joke is that several bicyclists are caught speeding and ticketed for going over the 35 MPH strictly enforced speed limit.

Entertainment park

Gulfstream Park

Gulfstream Park, which opened in 1939, became one of the most popular horse racing venues in America. Major races, which drew tens of thousands of spectators at a time, were held there.  In 2013,  the park expanded its facilities with the opening of cafes, restaurants, night clubs, and a casino.  Today, Gulfstream Park is host to The Florida Derby, various music concerts, and even a Formula One Grand Prix Auto Event

Airport Shuttle Service