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.
We fly over:
Along the way you will enjoy the spectacular views of luxury villas of Indian Creek Island, skyscrapers of Sunny Isles beach, nice and comfortable beaches of Fort Lauderdale, marine life and fancy yachts, port Everglades with big cruise ships and many other attractions.
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.
Hallandale was founded in 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 an 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 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 richest cities on the coast. The cost of most houses is more than a few million dollars. According to some reports here are the houses of Bill Gates and Rick Martin. The greatest fame for this city is the police, where they are as many as there are residents. Their main duty is to control speed level on Collins Avenue, the main street of the city. There is a joke that "a cyclist is again arrested for speeding in Golden Beach ". It is almost true. The speed limit is 35 miles in the city and you can easily get a fine for a couple of hundred dollars if you drive 36 miles per hour.