A once in a lifetime opportunity, to travel an age-old route across Africa from Cairo to Cape Town, but this time by private plane…Imagine – a flying safari from Egypt to Cape Town, taking in the sights of both and everything in between. Cross the desert of Khartoum on camel back then sit back and marvel at the Whirling Dervishes all in one day. Sample Ethiopian delicacies in the crags of Lalibela. Observe the zebras and wildebeest below as your soar over Mount Kenya, home of the Masai Mara. Walk amongst the silver back gorillas in the forests of Rwanda. Lazily sail over the still, turquoise waters of Lake Malawi and take in the majesty of Victoria Falls – ‘The Smoke that Thunders’. Experience the tranquillity of Namibia’s Etosha desert and the European style elegance of Cape Town.

Pyramids of Giza

The journey begins in Cairo, and after visiting 17 of Africa’s most fascinating and memorable spots, it ends in Cape Town.

Even the aircraft is an experience in itself – a beautiful new, luxuriously-fitted, private Cessna Caravan, being flown by renowned pilot Christian Strebel, the Director of Kenya’s private charter company Yellow Wings. Soar across Africa’s most stunning landscapes, viewing wildlife, enchanting villages and vast expanses of savannah, lakes, rivers, forest, mountain and desert.


Lake Malawi


21st May – 18th June 2012


US$ 57,000 per person



Cape Town

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Please contact Charlotte to receive a copy of the African Skies PDF brochure, which contains a detailed itinerary, terms & conditions.