Flying Safaris in Africa
Soar above Africa’s finest wilderness areas aboard your own private prop plane as the horizon stretches out before you. Circle above mist-shrouded beaches and rusted shipwrecks in Namibia or fly ‘Out of Africa’-style in a biplane over Kenya’s Maasai Mara. Raved over by safari connoisseurs, a flying safari is one of the best ways to access Africa's wildest places.
From your bird’s eye perspective you’ll garner a new respect for the sheer size of these incredible spaces, be they ancient yawning deserts or lush wetlands teeming with life. Watch as huge herds of elephant roam in search of water, or as lion and buffalo play out the age-old struggle between predator and prey in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Perfect for couples or multi-generational groups, there’s a flying safari for everyone. Take an unforgettable day trip along the Skeleton Coast, or splash the cash on a luxury 13-day flying safari with a private guide, staying in Relais & Châteaux properties and marquis-style tented villas along the way.
Did you know?
The Schoeman family, which runs popular Skeleton Coast Safaris, was pivotal in the campaign that saw the Skeleton Coast gain national park status in 1977.