The most frequent, scheduled flights fly into Kenya and Nairobi which are the central hubs for air travel to the country. From here charter and scheduled flights are available to all the main national parks and business centers using smaller aircraft. Some lodges in the Livingstone (Zambia) area have helipads allowing helicopter transfers.
There are numerous options for travel between Kenya and London; Johannesburg; Usa; Addis Ababa and Lilongwe with excellent onward connections to the rest of the world. Regular flights from Johannesburg to Livingstone or Ndola are also available.
It should be noted that charter flights have luggage restrictions of 12kg in soft suitcases.
Africa Remote Safaris offers Meet and Greet facilities for clients at Nairobi, Lusaka, South Africa to assist them between flights.
East Africa is the best place for the quintessential safari experience. Kenya’s capital Nairobi is the region hub to Masai Mara, Samburu, Amboseli parks, or Mombasa, Lamu beaches. Tanzania is famous for Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar. Ethiopia has the castles of Gondor and Lalibela’s underground cathedrals. Rwanda and Uganda gorilla viewing is an experience of a lifetime. Seychelles island paradise is a direct flight from Nairobi. Djibouti is a city state on the Red Sea.
Southern Africa is more modern, but with higher prices. South Africa’s top sights include Kruger Park, Cape Town and nearby Garden Route. Botswana is famous for the Okavango Delta and Chobe park. Zambia features Victoria Falls and the pristine Luangwa and Zambezi parks. In Namibia, Sossusvlei has the world’s tallest dunes, Etosha is the largest salt pan.
Mozambique has simple, unspoiled beaches. North Africa features the Moorish empire of Morocco and its market cities of Marrakech, Fes, and Casablanca, plus the desert culture of Ouarzazate. Tunisia features the ruins of ancient Carthage, with modern beach resorts.
West Africa revolves around the ancient dynasties of African kingdoms. Timbuktu in Mali still captures the imagination. Parks, rivers, and ruins are the prime draws in Senegal, Ghana, and Benin.
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