Fly the Friendly Skies of Kenya and Tanzania

May 31, 2016 - 1 minute read

Denys Finchskysafari aircraft-Hatton of “Out of Africa” fame was one of the pioneers of the flying safari and shooting animals with cameras rather than guns. The legacy of those legendary aviator-conservationists passes down to modern times as the SkySafari, a bespoke blend of Elewana’s game-viewing expertise, luxurious wilderness lodges and camps, intimate dining, and spectacular aerial-viewing over East Africa’s legendary landscapes.

The Kenya SkySafari includes game viewing in the Masai Mara, Meru and Amboseli, with the possibility of “sun, sand and sea” extensions to the Kenyan Coast and/or Zanzibar. The aerial itinerary features several spectacular lodges from the Elewana Collection like Elsa’s Kopje in Meru National Park and Tortilis in Amboseli National Park.

Children under 12 years of age are free on eight-day SkySafari itineraries on both Kenya and Tanzania. That means that parents up to US$3,476 when traveling with two children during the high season. The offer is valid for any SkySafari departure dates between now and 15th June 2016.