If Leonardo da Vinci had gone on safari, he would have taken a helicopter
It’s a bird eye view from a helicopter. The flexibility and manoeuvrability of a helicopter allows an astonishing and varied perspective of the landscape, and animals that live therein. Views that are unobtainable from the ground, or even a fixed wing aircraft, add a memorable dimension to your adventure. Heli rides can be arranged as either as an activity in itself, or as a pre-arranged transfer between lodges. Tracing the intricate waters of the Okavango Delta, or flying above the thousands of wildebeest migrating in East Africa, the bush from the air gives a perspective to which very few are privy. The freedom of flying over inaccessible parts of the wild will stay with you long after the rotors have stopped and you have removed your earphones.