Recommended Fly-In Safari Packages

Our fly-in safari packages couple all-inclusive convenience with authentically wild wilderness outposts across Southern Africa.

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18 Day Three Countries and Cape Town

Code: S01 Type: Private Tour & Safari Package Combo Level: Exclusive Top End Destinations Visited:

Sabi Sand | Mpumalanga Highlands | Victoria Falls | Chobe | Okavango Delta | Cape Town | Winelands

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One of our most comprehensive and luxurious safari offerings, this exclusive eighteen-day adventure visits Cape Town, the winelands region, Sabi Sand, Chobe National Park, the Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls. Awe-inspiring attractions and unforgettable safari experiences are all on the menu.

From USD 17,309 Per Person Sharing

15 Day Best of Southern Africa

Code: S02 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Exclusive Top End Destinations Visited:

Okavango Delta | Linyanti | Victoria Falls | Johannesburg | Sabi Sand

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A safari-focused extravaganza, enjoying extraordinary game viewing in the Okavango Delta, Linyanti safari area and the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve. Additionally, you’ll enjoy a few unforgettable nights a stone’s throw from the magical Victoria Falls in Zambia.

From USD 20,455 Per Person Sharing

12 Day Three Country Safari

Code: S10 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Sabi Sand | Pretoria | Victoria Falls | Chobe | Okavango Delta

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The Three Country Safari includes four striking wilderness areas scattered across Southern Africa, including Sabi Sand in South Africa, Matetsi in Zimbabwe and Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta in Botswana. The Zimbabwe leg also includes a visit to the Victoria Falls.

From USD 13,068 Per Person Sharing

9 Day Three Area South African Safari

Code: S13 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Shamwari | Phinda | Swaziland | Sabi Sand | KwaZulu Natal

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This luxury fly-in safari explores three intrinsically unique safari areas in ‘the world in one country’ – South Africa. Enjoy game viewing the Sabi Sand, Shamwari and Phinda private game reserves, as well as an en route evening in the tiny kingdom of Swaziland.

From ZAR 102,495 Per Person Sharing

7 Day Greater Kruger and Zululand

Code: S14 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Sabi Sand | Phinda | KwaZulu Natal

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A luxury five-star fly-in safari experience that couples two of South Africa’s premier private game reserves – Sabi Sand and Phinda. While Sabi Sand serves as an extension to the Lowveld wilderness of the Kruger Park, Phinda’s environment is lush and almost sub-tropical in nature.

From ZAR 98,589 Per Person Sharing

7 Day Kruger and Victoria Falls

Code: S15 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Sabi Sand | Pretoria | Victoria Falls

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A standard four-star safari that offers fantastic value for money. Visit two of the most popular destinations in Southern Africa – the Kruger National Park and Victoria Falls – on a truly memorable African safari adventure. Your stay in the park will be in a private Sabi Sand lodge.

From ZAR 54,737 Per Person Sharing

7 Day Luxury Timbavati and Sabi Sand

Code: KP05 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Sabi Sand | Timbavati | Kruger National Park

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This luxury safari in the Greater Kruger National Park combines three-night stays in two of South Africa’s premier private game reserves. While the lodges and environments may differ, the fantastic game viewing, grand accommodations and quality service will be of the same standard.

From ZAR 116,006 Per Person Sharing

7 Day Three Area Kruger Park Safari

Code: KP10 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Personal Four Star Destinations Visited:

Kapama | Timbavati | Sabi Sand | Kruger National Park

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A comprehensive Greater Kruger Park safari that includes three comfortable four-star lodges in three pristine private game reserves – Kapama, Timbavati and Sabi Sand. All three reserves serve as wild extensions to the world-renowned wilderness of the Kruger Park.

From ZAR 55,074 Per Person Sharing

4 Day Luxury Sabi Sand Safari

Code: S27 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Sabi Sand

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Visit South Africa’s premier private game reserve on a three-night, four-day safari package to the Sabi Sand. You’ll enjoy lavish five-star accommodation at a lodge that overlooks the perennial Sabie River, which draws a wealth of wildlife to its bountiful banks.

From ZAR 56,902 Per Person Sharing

4 Day Private Lodge Safari

Code: KP08 Type: Fly-In Safari Package Level: Luxury Five Star Destinations Visited:

Sabi Sand | Kruger National Park

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A three-night, four-day luxury five-star safari at one of the finest lodges in the Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve. The Sabi Sand forms part of the Greater Kruger National Park, an immense stretch of unfenced wilderness around two million hectares in size. The game viewing here is prolific.

From ZAR 34,135 Per Person Sharing

Guiding

The guiding during our fly-in safaris is typically conducted by well-trained and experienced rangers based at the various safari lodges. The services of a skilled tracker are often included as well for maximum game viewing potential.

Accommodation

The accommodations we use in these packages range from eco-friendly wilderness camps to the most sumptuous safari lodges imaginable, ensuring a complement to every budget, destination interest or special requirements.

Vehicles

To ensure a rewarding game viewing experience for all guests, the safari lodges make use of modified open-air 4x4 vehicles - which occasionally venture off-road for close encounters or tracking pursuits. Seating is advantageously limited.

Fly-in Safaris

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Awe-inspiring wilderness areas

The destinations that we use for our fly-in safari packages are remarkably diverse and remote, scattered across all the wildest corners of Southern Africa. The one thing that they have in common is the pristine nature of their surroundings. Many of these areas are not accessible (or less accessible) via overland journeys, which opens you up to a wider scope of safari options.

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All-inclusive convenience

The inclusive nature of our fly-in safaris ensures hassle-free getaways, where all you really need to do is show up for your adventure. Your flights, transfers, accommodation, meals and safari activities are all taken care of. Depending on the lodge, selected beverages and laundry services might also be included. Just set some funds aside for tipping, spa treatments and premium liquor.

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Less travel time, more adventure

A fly-in safari means minimal time spent on the road or in transit and maximum time partaking in safari activities or savoring the creature comforts of your luxury safari lodge. This is particularly ideal if your time in our part of the world is limited and you would prefer to take full advantage of what is available to you. It also makes it possible to add a wider variety of destinations to your itinerary.

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Personal attention & high service levels

The safari lodges that we use for our fly-in safaris are characteristically intimate and have been selected for their impeccable service levels. You will not be staying at an oversized resort where you are just another room number. You will undoubtedly be made to feel special and truly at home, with all your needs catered for.

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At your leisure

Considering the amount of time you'll cut out of traveling, substantial hours may be spent unwinding from the rat race. There is no strict schedule when it comes to your fly-in safari - you decide whether or not you'd like to join the game drives or bush walks or rather relax poolside, get lost in a book or pamper yourself with a treatment in the spa.

A traveler takes photos during a mokoro trip in the Okavango Delta.

Our fly-in safari experiences are characterized by the most desirable blend of relaxation and exhilaration. While many travelers are drawn to the easy the convenience of these packages, there is much more to these experiences than ensuring that all the finer details are secured. Being out in the wilderness at a sumptuous safari lodge is as soothing to the soul as it is exciting - a combination that that leaves a lasting effect and inevitably draws travelers back to Southern Africa for more wild adventures.

Hassle-free and tidily inclusive so that you want for naught, the lack of a strict schedule and over-stimulus of too many distinct attractions and activities will heighten your senses to your incomparable surroundings. This is integral to the pleasure of a fly-in safari experience - tuning out from civilization and tuning back into the most fundamental aspects of how your natural surroundings can restore and invigorate you. Cutting out travel, en route points of interest and third party excursions ensures minimal interruptions.

Venture out on game drives when you wish, or simply savor the intimate atmosphere of your safari lodge. Removing ample time spent on the road means more time to do what speaks to your soul. Your remote location means negligible interaction with others (or as much as you'd prefer) and little in the way of distraction. Your fly-in safari is about you and the most rewarding African travel experience that you can hope for.

A herd of elephants gather in a waterhole.

Our fly-in safaris venture to the all the finest wilderness areas in South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and even the remote islands and beaches of Mozambique. Destinations that are particularly off the beaten track may require charter flights, like the Okavango Delta, Savute, Linyanti, South Luangwa, Kafue and Lower Zambezi. This is one of the major drawing cards of a fly-in safari - these areas are very rarely accessible via overland journey.

The most affordable and convenient fly-in safaris are offered in South Africa , with its abundance of private game reserves that are largely reachable via regional airports. Overland transfers are available to Namibia's sought-after safari destinations like Etosha and Sossusvlei, but the distances can be staggering and may encroach on valuable time that can be better purposed on safari activities and leisure.