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African Flying Safaris, Harare, Zimbabwe, Southern Africa.

The flying experience of a lifetime. Four R80 Tiger Moths flown by you and one twin-engine Air Cam piloted by the Flight Operations manager assisted by your tour guide and photographer. Visit:

•    Chikwenya Safari Camp in Mana Pools National Park,
•    Lake Kariba
•    Matusadona National Park
•    Zambezi River
•    Victoria Falls, at the Victoria Falls Safari lodge
•    Hwange National Park

All accommodation, equipment and meals are provided. Colin and Adele meet you at Harare International Airport and escort you to your first destination. A valid passport and visas are required. A valid pilot’s license with a minimum of 150 hours is required. Recent tail wheel experience would be advantageous.  All expenses are covered by the daily rate, including flying, accommodation, transportation, meals, drinks, game drives, boating, fishing, elephant rides, tribal dancing and laundry service. We provide flying suits, helmets and goggles, navigational equipment, radio and headphones. You should remember to bring warm clothing for the early mornings, binoculars, cameras, film and batteries. Video cameras are optional as the flying safari is filmed by our tour guide. A presentation copy will be sent to your home address. All aircraft are fitted with a ballistic parachute in case of an emergency. Medical Air Rescue Service in case of an unforeseen accident or illness. AWAfrican

Contct:        Colin Spain     Box 378 Karoi Zimbabwe
+263 (64) 7173 telephone
e-mail: cspain@mango.zw
# 2 Winona, 87 Baines Avenue Harare Zimbabwe
+263 (4) 73 7441 telephone
+263 (11) 41 0405 cell
e-mail:aflysaf@africaonline.co.zw
Web: www.tigermothclub.co.za


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