Once you've touched down at one of Africa's gateway airports you'll need to move on if you're not staying in the city itself. Flying around Africa - from the international hub to your final destination - can involve a variety of transport mediums, several of which can add immense value to your journey - be sure to have your camera handy when you fly over Botswana's Okavango Delta or across the Indian Ocean to a remote desert island!
For regional and domestic flights, Go2Africa will only use accredited international airlines (IATA members). We do not use low cost carriers due to the inconsistencies in scheduling and irregular service.
Shorter distances and flights into remote destinations that use 'bush airstrips' are best served by scheduled or non-scheduled charter flights that may be shared or private. Light aircraft that seat four to six people are used on these flights.
Although uncommon, helicopter transfers can be arranged for destinations such as the Seychelles or the Okavango Delta.
Getting to your final destination - the lodge, resort or hotel - will involve ground transport. If you've hired a car then you'll pick it up at the airport; if not, then you'll be transferred by private or shared mini bus, 4X4 or car.
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