Friday, August 14, 2015

Flying safaris in Namibia - finding the best rates

Due to the vastness of Namibia (4 x times the size of the UK, twice the size of California), flying safaris continue to be a popular option exploring the country. With the introduction of the set departure circuit flight with Wilderness Air last year, visitors to Namibia can enjoy flying safaris at quite reasonable rates, pending specific conditions. However, it's a good idea for agents to contact Ultimate Safaris to cost out the most suitable possibilities for fly in safari requests – surprisingly the options with private charters, which offer more flexibility and avoid various hub hops and detours, are often no more expensive and offer great value.

Ultimate Safaris can also arrange luxury charters in various premier aircraft, such as the Caravan 208, the  Kodiak Quest 100  and the ever superior PC12, as well as charters in a choice of twin-engined aircraft such as the Cessna 310s (ideally suited for 5 adults), Cessna 402C and 404 and the Cessna Reims F406 Caravans II, which can all land on most Namibian gravel airstrips.

In other flying related news, Ultimate Safaris has just signed with Menzies to provide full airport assistance at the Windhoek/Hosea Kutako International Airport. This service includes flight/aircraft side meet & assist/meet and assist to/from lounge, immigration and vice versa. Contact us for rates.  Irrespective of this VIP meet & greet service, reminder that as a standard all guests travelling with Ultimate Safaris are always met upon arrival in Windhoek on your behalf, once they exit the baggage collection terminal.

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