About FlyNamibia Safari
Namibia is a country blessed with an enormous array of dramatically different yet equally enticing destinations to discover. It is no surprise then that the task of choosing destinations for your visit can be a daunting one. The country itself is large and distances between sights and places are vast‚ often making it impossible to fit everything on your wishlist into a single visit‚ especially if you want to spend enough time at each place to truly absorb the majesty and wonder of itall.
Namibia is great for self-drive adventures‚ and for those who have the time‚ this can be a rewarding experience. But if you truly want to make the most out of your vacation‚ fly-in safaris are the most effective‚ mode of travel. From the views to the ease with which you can reach far-flung and remote places‚ seeing Namibia by air is an other-worldly experience. Enter FlyNamibia Safaris.
With FlyNamibia Safaris‚ visitors to Namibia will reach the country’s top tourist destinations effortlessly and have more time to enjoy what truly matters. Departing from Hosea Kutako International Airport in Windhoek‚ the daily circuit includes flights to Sossusvlei‚ Swakopmund and Etosha National Park - all of them a quick and comfortable journey from the capital.
FlyNamibia's current route offers flights between Cape Town International and Hosea Kutako International Airport‚ as well as regional flights to local towns within Namibia‚ namely Ondangwa‚ Rundu and Katima Mulilo. The FlyNamibia Safari schedule has been designed to ensure international travel are connected with ease to the Safari route. This means flying directly to your destination as you land in Windhoek or squeezing in one more night at your lodge‚ before flying back home the next day.
With easy access to the country’s top destinations‚ and therefore by default to Namibia’s most popular lodges‚ FlyNamibia Safaris will make your journey through this enigmatic land an unforgettable experience‚ with ultimate convenience‚ because time is the most valuable commodity we’ve got.
Operated by Westair Aviation | AOC: NCAA / AOC / 010/2013