Slinging over Wild Southern Africa and Back


The Sling Africa Tour is once again upon us and this year will see us Slinging our way over wild southern Africa and back! Southern Africa is one of the most picturesque regions in the world. From the majestic Victoria Falls to its dramatic landscapes, diverse African cultures and abundant wildlife, the natural and cultural heritage of this region is a gift to us all. It’s a magnificent region to explore, unwind in and fly over!

This year, the Sling Africa Tour will be routing through Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique. It’s going to be a fantastic tour and once again we’re looking forward to enjoying it with you. Like we did in 2019, we’ll be following in the footsteps of Essie Esterhuysen’s tour and enjoying the organisational benefits associated with that. We aim to have 10 Sling Aircraft and 20 Slingers join us on this adventure. Mike Blyth will be leading the tour in our latest development, the Sling High Wing.

Accommodation will cost from R27,000 per person - 1,750 USD – (depending on your choice of accommodation) for the entire trip which includes breakfast and dinner and sometimes lunch at each location. Please contact us for full details. If you would like to experience the Sling lifestyle for yourself, book today and pay your deposit of R10,000 (670 USD) per person ASAP in order to avoid disappointment!

Planned Itinerary


• 15 July:

The tour will commence on the 15th of July where we will depart from Lanseria International Airport. We will travel to either Bulawayo International Airport or straight to Victoria Falls to clear customs into Zimbabwe. Both these airports are Covid-19 entry points.

• 15/16 July:

We will spend two nights in Victoria Falls at the Cresta Sprayview Hotel. Anyone for bungee jumping and white-water rafting?

• 17/18/19 July:

On the morning of July 17th, we will fly to Fothergill airstrip on Lake Kariba and then transfer by boat to stay three nights at Spurwing Island.

• 20/21/22 July:

On the morning of July 20th, we will fly to Kariba Airport to refuel and then onwards to the amazing Chewore Lodge where we will spend three nights. Here you have a choice of accommodation to suit your personal requirements and pocket – own tent camping, lodge safari tent or luxury lodge.

• 23/24/25 July:

On July 23rd, we will fly to Chapoto Airport to clear customs out of Zimbabwe and then onto Blantyre to clear customs into Malawi before flying to Club Makokola on Lake Malawi for three nights.

• 26/27/28 July:

On the morning of July 26th, we will depart for Vilanculos, Mozambique, where we will spend three nights at the Vilanculos Beach Lodge.

• 29 July:

On July 29th, we fly to Kruger International Airport to enter South Africa and then home.

COVID-19 TESTING:


As you are aware, we will have to perform the necessary Covid-19 tests as we fly from one country to another and stay for more than 72 hours. We will all have to complete a PCR test 72 hours before departing South Africa at your local testing centre, however, thereafter we will arrange for certified medical facilities will have their staff perform the necessary tests at each lodge.

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