Namibia is a country seemingly crafted for fly in safaris. By joining the bird-dotted azure skies, you can truly appreciate this remarkable and diverse land. Flying low over the Namib Desert, along the Skeleton Coast, or through the Great Escarpment, you come to know the country’s complex geology in a way that’s impossible on the ground. Floating overhead, you can gain perspective of the scale of the landscape and admire its warm-hued chromatic beauty.
There are logistical benefits to fly in safaris as well. Namibia is a vast country with its pristine landscapes free from the blemishing nature of busy road networks; driving between camps often takes a great deal of time.
Charter flights are direct, convenient and generally flexible in their timing: you can be collected from your camp’s local air strip, arriving fresh at your next destination in an hour or so. Short-flight hops free up your time to fully enjoy the national parks and their respective camps, alongside everything they have to offer.