At Scott Dunn, we put you in touch with a travel expert who has all the insider knowledge to help you plan your ideal trip. Having experienced our flying safaris first-hand, our experts can recommend the best spots to see herds of elephants tramping across the veld or watch the movements of a pack of hyenas as they prepare for the hunt. Whether you’re travelling as a couple or a family group, we can arrange the perfect flying safari for you.
The Best Destinations for African Flying Safaris
Do you long to observe towering giraffes on a Masai Mara flying safari? Or perhaps you want to see the shipwrecks that line the famous Skeleton Coast? From the plains of Kenya to Rwanda’s luscious rainforests, we’ll help you find the best destination for your safari holiday.
Botswana is a brilliant destination to view wildlife as Makgadikgadi Pans is a sanctuary for many bird species and enormous herds of migratory zebra.
The home and iconic heartland of 'safari', encounter the 'big 5' in the Maasai Mara, flamingo covered lakes in Great Rift Valley and much more.
From sand dunes and wild coastline to lush, river-fed plains and dramatic mountains, Namibia is a country of extraordinary and contrasting landscapes.
Rwanda's captivating natural features continue to draw visitors in, from Lake Kivu and Rwanda’s majestic volcanoes, to the acres of lush vegetation, verdant tea plantations and dense rainforest.
After a day of flying, it’s important to find the right place to plant your feet and rest your head. That’s why our travel experts have put together a selection of some of the best accommodation across Africa. Kick back at a luxurious riverside lodge or retreat to an intimate campsite with incredible views of the savanna...
Skeleton Coast, Namibia
Shipwreck Lodge offers unique accommodation amid the sweeping dunes of Namibia's Skeleton Coast and is the first to be built on the coast itself, providing a gateway for desert adventures and great alternative safaris.
Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp
Hoanib, Skeleton Coast, Namibia
Located in one of the most remote areas of the Kaokoveld, Hoanib Skeleton Coast Camp boasts dramatic rugged landscapes dotted with the ancient welwitschia plant, dry riverbeds and seas of soft sand dunes.