Flying Safaris in Kenya and Tanzania
SkySafari was founded in 2011 to deliver seamless luxurious private charter flying safaris in Kenya and Tanzania. We facilitate the best wildlife viewing experiences in a mixture of the bigger hitter national parks and lesser-known parks and conservancies.
We believe we offer not only the most spectacular fly-in safaris throughout Kenya and Tanzania but also the best viewing experiences in the destinations we operate in while offering the most luxurious, with stays in some of the most coveted lodges and camps in the bush. From treehouses to manor houses; contemporary tented camps to star beds.
Our meticulously curated Tanzania and Kenya flying safaris itineraries enable guests to enjoy East Africa’s vast and diverse ecosystems by showcasing the very best destinations and experiences on offer.
SkySafari delivers you directly into the world-class wilderness. Our carefully designed, carbon-negative trips fly non-stop and in style between the best camps, the best guides and the best wildlife watching safari tours in Kenya and Tanzania, not a second wasted. Which gives you longer to enjoy the sights, smells, sounds and sensations of the African bush.
And we know little details make a big difference: SkySafari is packed with bells and whistles from start to finish; from bush breakfasts to sundowners on the plains; spa treatments to Masai village visits.
Juma Wanyama Maclean
Juma was born in Nambuku a small village in Busia County, Kenya. His father wanted him to be a mechanic but Juma showed a total lack of interest in this career choice and enrolled himself in college to study Tourism & Guiding where he discovered his life-long passion for wildlife and conservation. He has now guided in Amboseli for over 15 years and is convinced there is nowhere in the world that can match it for elephant sightings. He is now firmly entrenched in the local community and completely involved in all aspects of conserving the wildlife and ecosystem of Amboseli.
Ali is Head Guide at Elewana Tortilis Camp and has been at the property from the start, helping to lay some of the first bricks at what was one of the first-ever Eco Camps in East Africa. As such, he’s been in the Amboseli Ecosystem for over 25 years and there’s not a path, trail, animal, or bird that Ali does not know. He is held in very high regard throughout the entire community and guests love his passion, knowledge, and dedication to guiding. Ali uses all his contacts built up over the years amongst the local Maasai and KWS Rangers to ensure the Tortilis Guiding Team plays their part to ensure the protection of the ecosystem and the wildlife of Amboseli.
SkySafari is included in the Kenya Tourism Board Registry as an Active Tourism company.
We believe tourism can be a force for good, so when you come to Africa with us, we’ll give back to Africa through our commitment to the Land & Life Foundation, a foundation set up to ensure locally that local communities receive tangible benefits from tourism to the region. The money raised goes towards a range of targeted education programmes, community outreach initiatives and conservation projects in key wildlife conservation areas around Kenya and Tanzania, including the Masai Mara, Amboseli, the Serengeti and Ngorongoro. All Land & Life’s administration costs are covered by partners, so 100% of every donation received goes directly to its operations on to the ground, where it’s needed most.
SkySafari flights also operate on a carbon negative basis.
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