Flying Safaris in Kenya and Tanzania
Fly-in Safaris in East Africa - African flying safaris
The most convenient, fastest, and easiest way to traverse the major destinations in East Africa is through flying. Our Flying Safaris are a unique way to reach many destinations with comfort so less days and have more time to have fun and enjoy wildlife sightings. If you will looking to visit Samburu National Park and Masai Mara without any stop, the best bet would be a flying safari across the plains and valleys of Kenya.
Since we offer so many wildebeest migration safaris in Kenya and Tanzania, our tailored flying safaris and tours become the best option for flying from Masai Mara to Serengeti if you are few nights. Flying Safaris across Kenya and Tanzania aren’t affordable but are a worthy experience to consider when planning a safari.
Our wildebeest migration safaris from Arusha all depend on flying safaris to Serengeti, due to its long driving distance of almost 48hrs drive. On arrival in Serengeti, you will be picked and have an easy safari and wildebeest sightings without fatigue and stress.
Flying safaris are suitable for families and the elderly as it offers fewer transfer times and offers more adventure and comfort to explore a place. Our flying tours in Kenya are well customised for solo, families and couples looking to enjoy short safaris and or long adventures in Kenya.
Flying Safaris in East Africa
Kenya and Tanzania Flying Safaris
East Africa Safaris offers massive untouched, unexploited, and unexplored vast wildlife areas, and the best way to visit all these places, is by our Flying Safaris in East Africa. Explore extensive safari destinations, for wildlife sightings, adventures, or even conquering heights by climbing the highest mountain in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro, and Mt. Kenya.
Visit both Masai Mara National Reserve and the Serengeti National Park with our combined Kenya and Tanzania Safaris just by hopping a plane in Mara and landing in Serengeti or vice versa. Mostly suitable for the famous wildebeest migration that happens between July and August, since it is a phenomenal time to witness the wildebeest crossings.
Our Flying Safaris are well-designed and tailored to fit all types of groups, including families, solo individuals, photographers, and couples too. fly across our East Africa major destinations with ease and relaxation. Fly from Laikipia to Masai Mara and later land in Amboseli for an exclusive luxury safari in Kenya, or fly from the Serengeti North to Ngorongoro and down to Ruaha National Park.
With our flying safari holidays, you will spot the big five, the special five wildlife species in Meru National Park and Samburu National Reserve, and get lost in the wild vast wilderness of these beautiful lands. Later you can fly to the coast of Kenya for a beach holiday in either Diani, Watamu, or the legendary Island of Lamu, north of Mombasa.
Best Fly-in Tours in Kenya
Discover Kenya with our flying tours
Planning a Kenya and Tanzania Combined Safari tour can be exhausting, but with ground experts like us at Cheetah Safaris, we can help you plan your holidays from the UK with ease. Our Kenya Safaris are well-planned and designed to fit all types of guests and itineraries that can be extended to the beach or to Tanzania.
Our Kenya Safari Holidays include Itineraries covering major parks and reserves such as the Masai Mara, Amboseli, and Samburu. These Iconic wildlife areas are prime and best suited for a safari game drive. These destinations too are best combined with a number of more destinations in Tanzania such as the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.
Explore the beauty of Amboseli National Park, waking up to amazing views of Mt. Kilimanjaro and sightings of elephants grazing outside your tent as you prepare for your breakfast. These can be well combined with the Masai Mara National Reserve to offer a full experience of elephants and wildebeest migrations in different eco systems.
Best fly-in Tours in Tanzania
Explore Tanzania with our flying holiday tours
Well, if Tanzania is on your bucket list, then be sure to have the best flying safari holidays in Tanzania with our well-sorted-out flying safaris in Tanzania. A combination of a Kenya and Tanzania Safari brings out the best memories as all these destinations offer different and unique experiences. In Kenya, you will be lucky to interact with the Samburu and Maasai Communities while in Tanzania, you will be lucky to enjoy and interact with the Hadzabe and Maasai Communities.
Witness more than 8000 wildebeest calves born daily in the Ndutu Conservation Area, and 1.5 million wildebeests migrate from Serengeti South to Masai Mara in Kenya, a phenomenon known to be the 7th wonder of the world. More than 800 thousand wildebeests cross the infested mara rivers in search of greener pastures and water.
These cant be complete if you don’t add a night or two in the Ngorongoro Crater. Our Kenya and Tanzania Itineraries are always covering the Serengeti and Ngorongoro and to some extent, we add in the Tarangire, Lake Manyara National Park or a fly-out to Zanzibar Island for beach holiday.
Book A luxury flying safari holiday
Cheetah Safaris offers flying safaris from the United Kingdom and can be customized to fit your best preferences. We can as well help you with return flight arrangements from the UK to East Africa.
Best Time To Visit Kenya & Tanzania
Best Time for an East African flying safari holiday
Kenya and Tanzania are year-round destinations, with good game viewing throughout the year. For the best time to visit Kenya and Tanzania, you’ll probably want to visit between July and October, when the great annual wildebeest migration is in full swing – a truly magical spectacle. If you are looking to visit Kenya during the warmer summer months then you’ll want to visit between December and March.
Due to East Africa’s equatorial setting, the region enjoys year-round warm weather and relatively low annual rainfall. However, with a range of altitudes and the country’s two rainy seasons, it is possible you will experience some variation depending on when and where you visit. The temperatures vary greatly from Nairobi to Laikipia, from Nakuru to the coastal regions, From Arusha to Dar, and vise versa.
East Africa experiences a short wet burst in November and December, but the primary wet season comes from March to May. While the shorter rains in November and December can still be an excellent time to visit Kenya and Tanzania, travel to the region is best avoided during the long wet season from March to May.
The rains at that time can be relentless, obscuring visibility and making trails in the national parks challenging to navigate. Humidity is also very high. In addition, many safari camps close up shop at this time of year.
Activities to do in Kenya & Tanzania
Flying Safaris Activities to do
You are planning your next Combined Tanzania and Kenya Safari holiday and don’t know what activities are best to make your holiday safari a worthwhile experience, we have listed some of the best safari experiences. Well, we organize and arrange for you amazing safari experiences and activities in Kenya. Enjoy epic balloon safari rides in Masai Mara, over the plains of the reserve watch wildlife from above, and enjoy the beautiful morning sunrise while in the skies.
Add more spice to your holiday by having a healthy and educative bush walk within your camp. Meet nature on foot and understand the different aspects of Africa’s flora and fauna. Spot wildlife footprints and ask questions to understand better how nature works. Nature walks are the best as you will see things that you missed while on game drives with our 4×4 land cruiser jeeps.
Our Kenya and Tanzania Safaris always include complementary Masai Village tours as part of our sustainable practices to support locals. You will as well learn about the beauty of the Maasai people, their culture, and their lifestyle. Are you a good jumper and dancer? Well, you can take a jumping competition with the Maasai warriors and know how high you can jump with them.
fly-in Safaris FAQs
Incase you have questions in regards to our African Flying Safaris in Tanzania and Kenya, we have answered them below, in case you haven’t seen the right answer, please get in touch with our team and we will be glad to help you.
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Is Kenya and Tanzania Safe to Visit For Holidays / Safaris?
Kenya and Tanzania are safe to visit either with your family, work colleagues, or friends or just on solo travel. Security and intelligence levels of Kenya are high to keep all guests and tourists safe while on safari, work, or any other activities.
Kenya and Tanzania safaris from the United Kingdom
Yes, Cheetah Safaris offers Kenya and Tanzania Safaris from the United Kingdom. We offer a variety of safaris from the UK, including luxury and flying safaris, Family and Couples Safaris, and Wildebeest Migration safaris among many others.
We have custom-made safaris in Africa, and Tanzania and Kenya Safaris starting from the United Kingdom. All our safaris are all-inclusive with ground handling, from the airport and back to the airport with professional guides and amazing luxury safari camps and lodges. We however can offer you All Inclusive Safaris with return flights from the UK.
Kenya and Tanzania Tours from the United Kingdom
Cheetah Safaris offers Tanzania and Kenya Tours and Holidays from the UK with an option to include return flights. We offer Luxury Safaris for our guests from the United Kingdom, and an all-inclusive safari holiday in Africa. We mind all aspects of your safari when we start off customizing and tailor-making your holiday to be the best.