Getting there

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International flights

Nowadays, it's easy for safari-goers to get to South Africa. South African Airways has the most direct or nonstop flights to Johannesburg from major cities on six continents, including New York, London, and  Hong Kong. Click South African Airways to view its website and schedules.

Other major international carriers servicing Johannesburg include Air France, Alitalia, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Delta, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, Qantas, Singapore, and Virgin Atlantic.


Air transfers

The majority of the &Beyond guests arrive on a Federal Air flight. The airline is based in Johannesburg. Its fleet of planes service Ngala, Phinda, Kirkman's Kamp, and other South African safari destinations. Click Federal Air to view its website and airports.

A smaller percentage of guests in Kruger private reserves use self-drive or a road transfer service to reach the game reserves.

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