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Many of our guests prefer to book their own in international flights to and from Africa, and then allow us to book their regional flights and fly in safari connections - we will connect all of those together, and link them up with ground connections and other on-land arrangements.
We strongly advise that you don't book your international flights before talking to us. When we have to work around already booked tickets it can be a major cause of ending up with a somewhat disjointed, less then ideal itinerary. In some cases combinations of visiting different regions may work better in one direction than another, and it is usually best to wait until we are able to confirm your game lodge accommodation for you before going ahead and confirming your international air tickets. It can often also save you expensive change or re-routing fees to do it in this way.
INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS INTO AFRICA
Most of our guests traveling to southern Africa will fly into Johannesburg as their first landing point in South Africa, and then connect from there either to the greater Kruger Park / Sabi Sand region, to Maun in Botswana, or to Cape Town to start their journey there. Johannesburg is well served with direct flights from Hong Kong, Singapore, Frankfurt, Kuala Lumpur, London, Munich, New York, Atlanta, Bangkok, Sydney and Perth.
For guests traveling to East Africa, Nairobi is the most convenient point of touchdown in Africa. It is also well served, directly by Kenya Airways and some European carriers as well as via the Middle East. Flying into Kilimanjaro airport as part of your international ticket is also often a good idea if you're traveling to Tanzania. Kilimanjaro can be reached directly with some European and Middle Eastern carriers, as well as by connection through either Nairobi or Dar Es Salaam.
Where your journey involves multiple region such as a combination of The Kruger National Park area and Botswana, it can be easiest and cheapest to book your regional connecting flights on the same ticket as your international ticket, and do so in an open-jaw fashion: for example, arriving into Johannesburg and flying out of Livingstone. There are however many possible combinations, some regional airports are very well served, whilst others are more convenient but served only by private operators. As such we strongly suggest allowing us to finalize your itinerary first, and then confirming your international flights after that.
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