Flying safaris in southern Africa: ‘Out of Africa’ revisited

 

Take a step back to the romantic appeal of the ‘Golden Age of Aviation’ as you travel through southern Africa in a DC-3. Experienced 4th generation local guides tailor the voyage to the interests of a select group of 14 travellers as you explore Zululand, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique and South Africa with Travcoa Flying Safaris. You ¹ll be a distinguished guest at a private ceremony, the Zulu King ¹s Reed Dance. This is a once-in-a-lifetime privilege to observe a celebration of 20,000 African maidens rekindling their people ¹s pride in dance and traditional culture.

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  1. Craig Beal says:

    Unlike Tanzania, in South Africa all the safari lodges have their own guides on staff. The experience, once you arrive at a lodge, is independent of how you got there. This makes the flying safaris a bit difficult to sell in the current economy. I have been to many safari lodges in South Africa by rental car, road transfer, charter plane, and commercial plane. It really makes no difference how you get there. Don’t be discouraged from going on safari if you can’t afford the private jets!

    Craig Beal

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