Where to visit on a Fly-in Safari

The appeal of a fly-in safari not only lies in the ability to get from a vibrant, thrumming city to the heart of the African savannah quicker than it takes a tortoise to cross a dirt road in the Kruger National Park, but travellers are also privy to unending and magnificent views of Mama Africa’s landscape from above. Enjoying a fly-in safari to any of Africa’s abundant safari destinations results in game-viewing from a whole new perspective, with aircraft often flying low and allowing passengers to spot wildlife from above. Not to mention, making use of a plane means that you can get to some of the most remote and untouched corners of Africa where crowds are small (if not non-existent) and the game is plentiful.  

What makes it all the more worth it is not having to endure long bumpy hours driving from camp to camp. In South Africa in particular, safari hotspots such as Londolozi Private Game Reserve and Ulusaba Private Game Reserve all boast their own private airstrips. We could have you in the heart of the Sabi Sand Region less than two hours after leaving Johannesburg. A fly-in safari takes the hassle out of travelling and will have travellers making the most of their African safari holiday, giving you more time to enjoy more wildlife, more destinations, and less time in transit. 

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