2015 Campi Ya Kanzi Air Safari

2015 Campi Ya Kanzi Air Safari

2015 Air SafariThe time is finally here, the endless preparation is complete, the guests have arrived.  In just a few short hours, we depart on a journey of 7,777 Miles.  The 2015 Air Safari covers 9 countries, and over a dozen incredible lodges along the way.  We’ll see a large diversity of animals, meet with people from different cultures and relax in some of the most beautiful places Africa has to offer.  To top it all off, we get to fly all over the southern half of this continent, seeing things that are completely inaccessible any other way.  There is still so much uninhabited land on this continent that there are places that don’t have so much as a foot path.  The skeleton coast is over 1000 miles long and in parts over 100 miles wide, there is just no reason for humanity to be there, yet we will get to see almost all of it.

I will blog along the way, trying to convey what I see and experience, this is such an incredible opportunity for me, I want to capture as much as I can.  If you want, ask questions, I’m happy to pass along any information I gather along the way.  If this flying safari excites you, get on the list for next years adventure, seats sell out quickly and we are the only people doing a safari anything like this.

Two Airplanes, Ten Guests, Four Hosts, Countless Memories.

2015 Air Safari, Like No Other Experience.

LLJ Shadow

Pilot Michael
Pilot Michael


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  2. Have a blast Mikey!! Can’t wait to see more pictures!!!!