The best drones: reviewed.

Dronesvilla is the number one site for finding the best drone for any specific need. Whether you’re a beginner, a traveler, a pro videographer or even a child, our up-to-date reviews include recommendations for almost any use case.

Check out our most popular guides and top products below.


Best Drones for Beginners

New to the drone space? Check out our number one picks for first-time flyers. Your first drone as a beginner should probably be a little cheaper and more able to withstand damage. Upgrade to a more powerful machine once you know what you’re doing.


Drones That Follow You Automatically

Probably the most popular feature that people are looking for in a quadcopter is the ability to automatically follow you. The best drones use visual recognition to track, but cheaper GPS-tracking drones are often more than adequate for the job.


Best Drones Under 250 Grams

Super-lightweight drones don’t need registering with flying authorities like the FAA (US) or the CAA (UK). Anything weighing 250g or more requires a license.


Best Drones for Photography

Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional, the quality of photos that can be taken on drones these days is staggering. Most movies even use drones. Here are your best quadcopter options for taking super detailed HD images.


Best Drones for Kids

Drones are now one of the most popular gifts for children. Here are our picks for the best child-friendly quadcopters that will be able to withstand a few crashes and include suitable flight features for easy learning and hours of entertainment.


Best Indoor Drones

Looking for a UAV that’s safe to use indoors? Here are your best options. Just because they’re not going to be taken outside, that doesn’t mean your options are limited. In fact, most drone racing is done indoors — racing drones can fly up to 100km/h.


Best Selfie Drones

A crucial pick-up for anyone looking to take the most awesome social media pictures; a selfie drone can often fly and take pictures by following your hand gestures instead of needing to operate the transmitter.