Africa is the vast continent; an often hot and dusty world, strung together by a maze of seemingly endless tar, gravel and sand roads, tracks and paths. Although southern Africa generally has a good road infrastructure, the distances that at times need to be covered to reach various attractions can become tiresome.
Fly-In Safaris, already conceived in the glorious "Out of Africa" days of Denys Finch-Hatton and Karen Blixen, allow the time-restricted traveller and the lover of the vast blue African sky to cut out long, dusty days on the road and combine various destinations in southern Africa by charter-air plane. Countless small airfields allow small aeroplanes to access remote destinations with ease. Various southern African countries can be incorporated into one Fly-In Safari, even on a short trip. The sky is the limit