Destinations

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS - Khoi San, Bushman
  • INDEPENDENCE - 30 September 1966 (Former British protectorate)
  • GOVERNMENT - Parliamentary Republic, Democracy
  • PRESIDENT - Mokgweetsi Masisi
  • POPULATION - Approximately 2.3 Million
  • CAPITAL - Gaborone
  • CURRENCY - Pula
  • AREA - 581 730 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES - Setswana & English
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL - Zebra

Natural Wonders

  • Okavango Delta - One of the biggest inland delta’s in the world
  • Makgadikgadi Salt Pans - Biggest salt pans on earth
  • Zebra Migration - Large wildlife migration

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Botswana

  • Okavango Delta
  • Khwai Reserve
  • Moremi Game Reserve
  • Savute Game Reserve
  • Chobe National Park
  • Makgadikgadi Pans National Park
  • Boteti River
  • Tuli Game Reserve

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – Hunter gatherers similar to the Khoi San
  • INDEPENDENCE – Declared Republic of Kenya 12 December 1964 from UK
  • GOVERNMENT – Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic
  • PRESIDENT – Uhuru Kenyatta
  • POPULATION – Approximately 54 Million
  • CAPITAL - Nairobi
  • CURRENCY – Kenyan Shilling
  • AREA – 581 309 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – Swahili & English
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – Lion

Natural Wonders

  • Masai Mara National Reserve – Known for its huge population of lion, leopard and cheetah and the annual wildebeest migration that pass through from the Serengeti.
  • Mount Kenya

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Kenya

  • Masai Mara National Reserve

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – Khoi San, Bushman
  • INDEPENDENCE - 06 July 1964 from the UK
  • GOVERNMENT – Unitary Presidential Republic
  • PRESIDENT – Peter Mutharika
  • POPULATION – Approximately 17.6 Million
  • CAPITAL - Lilongwe
  • CURRENCY – Malawi Kwacha
  • AREA – 181 484 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – English
  • RECOGNISED LANGUAGES - Chichewa
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – Thomson’s Gazelle

Natural Wonders

  • Lake Malawi is one of the ‘Great Lakes of Africa; 9th largest in world, 3rd largest in Africa, 2nd deepest in Africa
  • Home to more species of fish than any other fresh water body on earth including more than 1000 species of cichlids. The many endemic fish species make it a key example of specialized evolution. For this reason, UNESCO awarded the area a World Heritage Site
  • The Lake Malawi National Park is situated inside Lake Malawi and is a World Heritage Site
  • Approximately 580km long and 75km wide
  • Surface area of lake approximately 29,600 km2

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Malawi

  • Likoma Island
  • Mumbo Island
  • Cape Maclear Region
  • Various destinations on southern and northern lakeshore

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – Khoi San, Bushman
  • INDEPENDENCE - 25 June 1975 from Portugal
  • GOVERNMENT – Unitary Presidential Republic
  • PRESIDENT – Filipe Nyusi
  • POPULATION – Approximately 28.6 Million
  • CAPITAL - Maputo
  • CURRENCY - Metical
  • AREA – 801 590 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – Portuguese
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – Elephant (unofficial)

Natural Wonders

  • Bazaruto Archipelago – Comprises 6 islands. Archipelago formed by sand deposited by the Save River. Protected marine area. Protects endangered Dugong population. Unspoilt coral reefs
  • Quirimbas Archipelago – Consists of 32 islands. Islands known for dive sites up to 400 metres deep. Quirimbas National Park 7500 sq km in size

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Mozambique

  • Maputo
  • Quirimbas Archipelago
  • Bazaruto Archipelago
  • Inhambane / Tofo

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – Khoi San, Bushman
  • INDEPENDENCE - 21 March 1990 from South Africa
  • GOVERNMENT – Unitary Semi-Presidential Republic
  • PRESIDENT – Hage Geingob
  • POPULATION – Approximately 2.5 Million
  • CAPITAL - Windhoek
  • CURRENCY – Namibian Dollar and South African Rand
  • AREA – 825 615 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – English
  • RECOGNISED LANGUAGES – Afrikaans, German, Ju’hoansi, Khoekhoe, Oshivambo, Herero, Kwangali, Gciriku (Manyo, Rumanyo), OtjiHimba, Setswana, Lozi, Mbukushu
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – Oryx (Gemsbok)

Natural Wonders

  • Fish River Canyon – Second largest canyon in the world
  • Namib Desert – Oldest desert on earth (80 million years) and known for the biggest sand dunes on earth
  • Etosha Pan – 120km long, 60km wide dry pan
  • Desert Adapted Wildlife – Elephants, lions and black rhino are some of the bigger wildlife species that has evolved to survive in the arid conditions of Namibia

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Namibia

  • Kalahari
  • Fish River Canyon
  • Namib Desert / Sossusvlei / Skeleton Coast
  • Etosha National Park
  • Kaokoland
  • Kunene / Damaraland
  • Swakopmund
  • Bushmanland
  • Caprivi

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – The Twa, a Pygmy people who now make up only 1% of the population. While the Hutu and Tutsi are often considered to be two separate ethnic groups, scholars point out that they speak the same language, have a history of intermarriage, and share many cultural characteristics
  • INDEPENDENCE – Between 1961 and 1962, Tutsi guerrilla groups staged attacks into Rwanda from neighbouring countries. Rwandan Hutu-based troops responded, and thousands more were killed in the clashes. On 1 July 1962, Belgium, with UN oversight, granted full independence to the two countries; Rwanda and Burundi
  • GOVERNMENT – The government of Rwanda is a presidential republic, which means the president serves as both the head of state and head of government
  • PRESIDENT – Paul Kagame
  • POPULATION – Approximately 12 million
  • CAPITAL – Kigali
  • CURRENCY – Rwandan Franc
  • AREA – 390 757 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – French, Kinyarwanda, English, Swahili
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – Leopard

Natural Wonders

  • Volcanoes National Park – 160 sq km in size, the park is home to the endangered mountain gorilla and 5 of the 8 volcanoes of the Virunga Mountains

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Rwanda

  • Volcanoes National Park

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – Khoi San, Bushman
  • INDEPENDENCE – 31 May 1961 from UK (Republic of South Africa)
  • GOVERNMENT – Unitary Parliamentary Republic
  • PRESIDENT – Cyril Ramaphosa
  • POPULATION – Approximately 54.8 Million
  • CAPITAL – Pretoria (Executive), Cape Town (Legislative), Bloemfontein (Judicial)
  • CURRENCY –South African Rand
  • AREA – 1221 037 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – 11 Official languages; Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Xhosa, Zulu, Southern Sotho, Northern Sotho, Setswana, SiSwati, Venda, Tsonga
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – Springbok
  • NATIONAL BIRD – Blue Crane
  • NATIONAL FLOWER – King Protea

World Heritage Sites

  • uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park
  • Cape Floral Kingdom
  • Robben Island
  • Richtersveld
  • iSimangaliso Wetland Park
  • Vredefort Dome
  • Cradle of Humankind (Sterkfontein)
  • Mapungubwe

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in South Africa

  • National

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – Khoi San, Bushman
  • INDEPENDENCE - 9 December 1961 from the UK (Tanganyika), 26 April 1964 became United Republic of Tanzania with Tanganyika and Zanzibar merger
  • GOVERNMENT – Unitary Presidential Constitutional Republic
  • PRESIDENT – John Magufuli
  • POPULATION – Approximately 54 Million
  • CAPITAL - Dodoma
  • CURRENCY – Tanzanian Shilling
  • AREA – 947 303 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – Swahili & English
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – Giraffe

Natural Wonders

  • Mount Kilimanjaro – Tallest freestanding mountain in the world (5895 metres)
  • Ngorongoro Crater – World’s largest intact caldera (collapsed volcano).
  • Serengeti National Park – Home to largest wildlife migration on earth, approximately 2 million animals. 80% of Serengeti plains are protected.
  • Selous Reserve – One of the largest protected areas in the world at over 50 000 km2 in size. Uninhabited by humans
  • Stone Town Zanzibar – Perfect example of Swahili trading towns has stayed almost unchanged in 100 years.
  • Lake Tanganyika – One of the Great Lakes of the African Rift Valley. Longest freshwater lake in the world, second deepest lake in the world

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Tanzania

  • Serengeti National Park
  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Mahale Mountains National Park
  • Lake Tanganyika
  • Zanzibar

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – Khoi San, Bushman
  • INDEPENDENCE – 24 October 1964 from the UK
  • GOVERNMENT – Unitary Presidential Republic
  • PRESIDENT – Edgar Lungu
  • POPULATION – Approximately 16.6 Million
  • CAPITAL - Lusaka
  • CURRENCY – Zambian Kwacha
  • AREA – 752 618 sq km
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – English (Zambia also has more than 70 indigenous languages)
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – African Fish Eagle

Natural Wonders

  • Victoria Falls – One of the ‘Seven Natural Wonders of the World’, biggest curtain of falls in the world, World Heritage Site
  • South Luangwa National Park (Luangwa Valley) – Tail end of the African Great Rift Valley, concentration of wildlife along the oxbow shape of Luangwa River is one of the most intense in Africa, one of the largest concentrations of African leopard found in Africa
  • Zambezi River – The mighty Zambezi is one of Africa’s longest rivers

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Zambia

  • Victoria Falls (Livingstone)
  • Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park
  • South Luangwa National Park

Fast Facts

  • ORIGINAL INHABITANTS – Khoi San, Bushman
  • INDEPENDENCE – 11 November 1965 from the UK (declared), 18 April 1980 (recognised)
  • GOVERNMENT – Dominant Party Presidential Republic
  • PRESIDENT – Emmerson Mnangagwa
  • POPULATION – Approximately 15.8 Million
  • CAPITAL - Harare
  • CURRENCY – Chinese Yuan, US Dollar, South African Rand
  • AREA – 390 757 km2
  • OFFICIAL LANGUAGES – 16 Official languages; Chewa, Chibarwe, English, Kalanga, Khoisan, Nambya, Ndau, Ndebele, Shangani, Shona, sign language, Sotho, Tonga, Tswana, Venda and Xhosa
  • NATIONAL ANIMAL – Sable Antelope

Natural Wonders

  • Victoria Falls – One of the ‘Seven Natural Wonders of the World’, biggest curtain of falls in the world, World Heritage Site
  • Zambezi River – The mighty Zambezi is one of Africa’s longest rivers

Fly in Safari Company guiding areas of expertise in Zimbabwe

  • Victoria Falls
  • Zambezi National Park

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Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – 12pm


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