—Self-fly tours in Southern Africa
Start your trip in either Cape Town or Johannesburg and fly through South Africa into Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and/or Swaziland. We help you find what is needed to convert your EASA or FAA pilot license into a South African PPL and to rent an aircraft. Our tours are led by professional field guides that take you as close as possible to the action.
Air Safari Tour: Cape Town, Namibia & Botswana May 1-19, 2023€8,285.00
An almost 3-week long Air Safari Tour starting in Cape Town and taking you from there through Namibia passing its highlights like Sossusvlei and the Fish River Canyon and ending with a classic wildlife safari in Botswana before returning back to South Africa.
Air Safari Tour: SA, Namibia & Botswana April 22 – May 19th, 2023€11,975.00
This is our grand tour of 3,5 weeks taking you to the highlights of Southern Africa from a classic safari in the Timbavati Private Game Reserve in Kruger to flying along the Wild Coast with its waterfalls falling into the sea, visiting Cape Town and the Stellenbosch wineries to flying over the world second largest canyon in the world through the Namibian desert to Sossusvlei, visiting the famous Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and ending with some great wildlife safaris in Botswana.
Air Safari Tour: South Africa April 22 – May 4th, 2023€6,230.00
This short but intensive 12-day self-fly safari tour starts in Johannesburg and takes you to the Timbavati Private Game Reserve in the Greater Kruger Park for a multi-day classic safari, continues towards Durban where you will fly along the Wild Coast towards Cape Town and the Stellenbosch wineries. The tour ends back in Johannesburg.
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.