You can choose to either fly in light aircraft between camps or travel by road. Flying between camps is generally conducted in Cessna Grand Caravans that carry up to 12 passengers. Arriving at your bush airstrip you’ll be met by your guide who is based at your camp and knows the area intimately.
Drives between camps are undertaken in specially designed safari vehicles accompanied by a guide who will stay with you for the duration of your safari. Whilst driving may mean taking more time between your camps it also means that you will gain a deeper understanding of the realities of African life – irreplaceable experiences if you are keen to learn more about Africa modern culture.