Safari Helicopter specializes in American-made, fully-customizable personal helicopters:
There was once a time when only the most accomplished people afford motor vehicles. Today, it seems like everyone has at least one car parked in the garage. Most families have two or more. Helicopters, however, are still outside the financial reach of the common man. Those who have built their empires, however, can enjoy the thrill of flight with their very own personal helicopters from Safari Helicopter.
The Canadian Home Rotors Safari Helicopter Company
The Safari Helicopter adventure started in the early 1960s when an aerospace engineer and his son designed a personal helicopter that experienced builders could put together at home. Over the decades, these helicopter plans passed from owner to owner. Canadian Home Rotors, Inc. used this as inspiration to reach even higher by designing a helicopter that offered the safety and convenience of modern technology.
Canadian Home Rotors started tinkering with its design in 1962. It didn’t make the chopper available until 1992, when it unveiled the Safari at a national convention in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The company didn’t even need to advertise its products. Word of mouth was more than enough to flood it with orders.
Since then Canadian Home Rotors has tested and revised every piece of the Safari helicopter. Today, it has one of the world’s most successful personal helicopter designs. Successful men interested in exploring the world need this type of vehicle to push themselves beyond ordinary limits.
Making the Most of Every Adventure
The current version of the Safari helicopter includes several high tech features that make it extremely safe and useful for experienced pilots. The helicopter comes with a 180 horsepower engine capable of carrying 650 pounds in addition to the craft’s weight. The 4130 Chromoly steel aircraft tubing frame, titanium shafts, and aluminum sheet metal cabin keep the weight as low as possible while protecting Safari’s essential parts from harsh weather.
Safari’s cabin offers a 70 degree view of your surroundings. This makes it perfect for exploring uncharted terrain. No matter where you go, you always have a clear, unobstructed view of your surroundings. This helps keep you and your passengers safe while thrilling you with the world’s natural beauty.
The cabin also keeps you comfortable. Safari can fly in temperatures as low as -35 degrees Fahrenheit and as high as 100 degrees Fahrenheit. While high temperatures won’t prevent you from enjoying your next adventure, sub-zero temperatures could prove hazardous. Safari has a cabin heater that keeps the helicopter’s interior comfortably warm even in freezing environments.
Buying a Safari Helicopter
Safari gives you several purchasing options. Depending on how much money you want to spend and how much experience you have building vehicles, you may want to choose a:
- Safari Starter Kit
- Safari 400 Kit in Stages
- Safari 400 Complete Kit
- Safari 400 Flight Ready
Experienced builders who don’t need to worry about the money will likely prefer the Safari 400 Complete Kit. This includes every piece needed to build a functional Safari helicopter. If you don’t have the time or experience to build the helicopter on your own, you can choose the Flight Ready model. It costs a bit more, but it’s ready to fly on the day it arrives. The Flight Ready model has even gone through 20 hours of testing.
Accessories for Your Safari Helicopter
Depending on how you want to use your Safari, you may want to buy some accessories. Popular options include:
- Safari pontoons for landing on the water
- Agricultural spray systems for tending crops
- Heliport trailer for moving your helicopter by land
The Safari offers an unparalleled experience that will make you the envy of friends. When it comes to exploring the world, you just can’t beat a personal helicopter.