Why you'll love it
Skip the long bumpy rides and sip bubbly while you enjoy a bird's-eye view of the vast Namibia landscapes instead. Our luxury fly-in photographic safari is the perfect blend of adventure and comfort.
The Highlights Reel
We love to travel and explore Africa's wildest, most remote spaces. However, that does not mean that we like to rough it! We prefer sipping on bubbly in the air over sweating in the car on land.
That's why we've created this luxury fly-in photographic safari in Namibia. If you're a photography enthusiast, that shutter will work overtime, so remember to pack plenty of extra memory cards!
You'll fly into Namibia's main Hosea Kutako International Airport close to Windhoek. From here, your fly-in safari will kick off in Kunene River before flying off to Damaraland. From there, you'll fly to Etosha National Park, where your adventure will come to an end. It's also an incredibly remote location, so enjoy a digital detox while you're here!
Your Spectacular Stops
After arriving at Namibia's main airport, you'll be whisked away on a small aircraft to Kunene River. This wildly wonderful area of Namibia is located in the north of Namibia and will likely be the opposite of what you'd expect from a desert country like Namibia!
Kunene River is lush and green, with rivers, waterfalls and rapids. Hello, adventure! If you're one for white-water rafting and other water-based activities, this is going to be one of your favourite stops on this tour.
We know we should not have favourites, but all we can say is that we have a soft spot for Damaraland. Here you can escape to what feels like the middle of nowhere, where unique desert-adapted wildlife dot the vast plains.
This area is so special in its own way that it's difficult to explain its allure, but you'll immediately understand when you arrive. With rare succulents, plenty of bird species, and fascinating ancient San rock art, you'll feel like you've stepped back in time.
Etosha National Park
Your final stop is in Etosha National Park, where you'll spend two nights amid some of Africa's greatest wildlife. Etosha National Park is one of the largest national parks in the world and home to more than 114 mammals and 340 bird species. It used to be an ancient inland sea, which has since dried up and left a salt pan.
With the rainy summer season comes a layer of algae that lures a flamboyance of flamingos to gather and plenty of other bird species. Etosha is home to four of the Big 5 and the endangered black rhino and black-faced impala.