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 Location overview

Discover the wilderness of Southern Africa

Africa is a large continent. Air transportation is the best way to travel the long distances to get you from one safari lodge to the next. The best lodges are often located remotely and have their own airfield. African Flying Adventures is a South African Tour Operator specialized in Air Safaris, self-fly and fly-along safaris (where you fly along as passenger) bridging primarily the long distances between safari camps and points of interest in the Southern African region.
African Flying Adventures: SA, Eswatini, Namibia, Angola, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi
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African Adventure Tours

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Air Safari Tour
SA, Namibia, Botswana April 2025

March 26 – April 22, 2025

This Air Safari Tour is limited to a maximum of 5 participating aircraft. The tour will go through South Africa, Namibia and Botswana. This 3,5 week self-fly safari trip starts with a flight …

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 What other travellers say

Stories

Some participants of our Air Safaris self-fly or group tours in Southern Africa have been willing to share their experience with you on camera at the end of their trip and we started to collect them just recently in the fall of 2019. We hope that these stories will inspire you to come to Africa.​

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LEOPARDS AND WILD DOGS

Michael and Suzanne were only with us for a bit more than a week in Africa before they had to return home to Canada. Let’s hope they get the opportunity to come back again to complete the tour they had started.

 Location overview

Travel to Africa

Africa is a large continent. Air transportation is the best way to travel the long distances to get you from one safari lodge to the next. The best lodges are often located remotely and have their own airfield. African Flying Adventures is a South African Tour Operator specialized in Air Safaris, self-fly and fly-along safaris (where you fly along as passenger) bridging primarily the long distances between safari camps and points of interest in the Southern African region.
 CO2 compensation

Travel sustainably with us

We compensate the flying we do by planting trees in Bolivia.
We take the total number of hours we have been flying during the last year from the flight log of our own aircraft used for group safari tours. From the total hours, we make a rough estimate of the total fuel burned based on the average fuel burn per hour/aircraft type and then compensate our CO2 emission through the Dutch organisation Trees for all. Trees are planted in Bolivia compensating our CO2 emission. Each litre of AVGAS fuel is responsible for 2.2 kg of CO2 emissions.