One of the unique aspects of our air safari vacations is that while we do log quite a bit of flight time, we also spend enough time on the ground to get a real appreciation of the people and the country.
A typical flying day starts with wheels up about 9:00am. After 2 ½ hours of flying we stop for a lunch, re-fuel and have a leg stretch. We then fly for another 2 1/2 hours to arrive at our overnight destination. We are usually in the hotel no later than mid-afternoon, which gives you time to settle in before joining the tours and events that we have scheduled.
In Europe the days tend to be single legs only, due to the shorter distances.
Unlike other flying trips you may have taken, we frequently have non-flying days so you can relax and spend more time enjoying the local points of interest. We’ve been told by many clients that not only do they like the chance to rest a bit, but the non-flying days spent on the ground greatly deepens their experience, understanding and appreciation for the country being visited.