We’ve taken inspiration from Wonder Woman’s most spectacular mode of transport, her invisible jet. While most majestic destinations should be seen up close and personal, take a page from the Amazing Amazon herself and get an elevated perspective on these sites.
No list of grandeur is complete without the American West’s grandest canyon and one of nature’s most magnificent sights. Sure, there are plenty of ways to experience the canyon—from whitewater rafting to hiking—but try a helicopter tour for the most Instagram-worthy photos.
To appreciate the wonder of this romantic spot, we recommend you see the falls from both the American and the Canadian sides. Hop on board a helicopter and in just a few minutes you can whiz around for the full effect.
This ancient Inca city is located in a dramatic and well-hidden spot, nestled in the mountains of Peru. It wasn’t discovered until 1911, and there’s still no answer as to what the site was. The site is protected, so your options to stay nearby are limited. No worries—stay in Cusco and book a flight tour, which can also include flyovers of other archaeological sites.
The Great Wall actually isn’t viewable from space. (That claim has been debunked.) But the best view of this winding ancient wonder—stretching more than 13,000 miles over mountains, deserts, and forests—is by helicopter.
India’s most famous building is a mausoleum for Mumtaz Mahal, an empress of the Mughal Empire. Aside from the mausoleum, the site includes a fort, gardens, and temples. Avoid the crowds and see it all with your own personal helicopter tour. You’ll be treated like royalty with a chauffeured ride to the airport, a traditional Indian welcome with garlands, and in-flight refreshments.
This coral formation is home to some amazing marine life, tempting you to scuba dive for a personal audience with colorful fish. While Wonder Woman can defend herself from danger, your best bet at avoiding deadly hazards like jellyfish and sharks is to see the reef from the sky. Luckily, you have plenty of options like helicopters, hot air balloons, and seaplanes.
Visiting this region of Turkey is like setting foot onto the set of a sci-fi movie. You’ll find underground cities, cave houses, and strange natural rock formations. One of the biggest attractions is getting an aerial view of the surreal landscape from a hot air balloon.
The Sossusvlei region of Namibia features vividly colorful sand dunes. Many of these dunes rise up over 650 feet, but you can soar above them when you take a scenic flight over the desert in a small jet or hot air balloon.