We are in Africa, the routes range widely from good to bearable to simply atrocious. Fortunately, the distances are relatively short and owing to the rapid growth of tourism in the last few years, there is a wide variety of means of transport at your disposal.
Daily flights are numerous and they arrive from diverse European cities
Local charter flights
There are regular flights, aboard single engine or twin engine aircraft, going to nearly all destinations. If a destination does not have regular flights, a charter flight can be organized.
- Cessna 182 single engine: 2 passengers, speed 115 knots – Cost: USD 475 / hour
- Cessna 206 single engine: 3 passengers, speed 140 knots – Cost: USD 630 / hour
- Caravan 208 single engine: 13 passengers, speed of 160 knots – Cost: USD 1280 / hour
- Waco Biplane: based on the original model of the 1920’s and 30’s: 2 passengers – Cost: USD 1200 / hour
- Aircam is a twin-engine experimental aircraft: specialy designed for National Geographic. It is now in Kenya with a pilot specialising in film work: 2 passengers – Cost: USD 300 per hour.
Eurocopter AS 350: 5 passengers and 355: 6 passengers: USD 2200 / hour
Minibus 8-seater: USD 100 per day + driver, perdium, fuel.
Land Cruiser 7-seater: USD 150 per day + driver, perdium, fuel.
Other forms of transport available include lorry all terrain 7 tonnes, all tourism vehicles, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Jaguar, Ford T collection.
We can also organize all surface transport with animals (camels, donkeys).Unusual modes of transport at your disposal include hot air balloon, Microlight, glider, yacht, arabic dhows.