Our Fly-in Safaris
A country so vast is sometimes best seen from the sky. Experience Namibia like never before whilst flying from one awe-inspiring highlight to the next. Travel to the endless expanse of the Namib, the oldest desert in the world, and let this fascinating kaleidoscope of colours and landscapes enchant you. Follow the footsteps of the German colonial period in Swakopmund and discover the untamed, rugged beauty of Damaraland, where you might spot Namibia’s last free roaming black rhinos or the legendary desert-dwelling elephants that have made the dry riverbeds of the northern Namib their home. Experience more enthralling encounters of the animal kind in Etosha National Park, which teems with wildlife, and conclude this phenomenal journey at Okonjima, a professional organization committed to the conservation and rehabilitation of Namibia’s big cats.
This exciting fly-in safari offers you the opportunity to fully experience this magical world of islands and waterways from land, air and water. The Okavango Delta, an oasis of riverine habitats and floodplains, owes its existence to the rainfall in the Angolan highlands, where the Okavango River begins its 250 km long journey across Namibia’s Caprivi Strip to finally seep away into the arid Kalahari Desert in Botswana. Unique as one of the world’s few inland deltas, the placid waters and lush indigenous forests of the Okavango Delta are known as the wildlife paradise of Africa, offering a safe haven to large populations of mammals and birds.
Come fly with us to some of the most extraordinary and remote locations Namibia has to offer. In Sossusvlei you will find the iconic apricot-coloured sand dunes of the Namib. Rugged Damaraland offers refuge to Namibia’s last free roaming black rhinos and the legendary desert-dwelling elephants. Next stop is the extremely remote north-west of Namibia, formerly known as the Kaokoveld. This hidden gem has endless ancient valleys, rugged terrain and unbroken dune fields. It is the home of the Himba, considered the last semi-nomadic pastoralist people of Namibia. The last destination is the Ongava Private Game Reserve, which shares a common boundary with Etosha National Park. This private reserve was created as a wildlife sanctuary and hosts various antelope species, several lion prides as well as black and white rhinos.