Your safety is our priority

Fly with us to the Okavango and discover Africa’s most breath-taking wilderness in complete safety and peace of mind.

  • Airplane and private chalets cleaned in accordance with strict CDC/EPA guidelines
  • Our luxury aircraft seating arrangement allows maximum spacing with only 96 and 120 first class lie-flat seats
  • All lodges have a maximum of 12 well-spaced, private chalets
  • Outdoor dining and private game drives for all guests

Contact us

For more information, contact the FlyOkavango team on:

info@flyokavango.com

For travel agent enquiries, or for information on how to become an agent, please call Stephen Becker on:

Tel: +27 82 888 0827

Departures

Our 2021 and 2022 rates and departure schedule are available for download. Please click the button below for all the latest information on our routes, rates and founders.

Meet the founders

Martin Steer

Martin was born and bred in Zululand where his love for Africa’s natural heritage and its protection was ingrained. After a 21-year property development career he set off to discover first-hand the source of the Okavango in Angola. Determined to share the wonders of the Southern Africa biosphere, he co-founded Avis Safari and Overland360, before selling Avis Safari in 2019 to focus on FlyOkavango. Martin was Project Leader for Kruger National “Project Earth Guardian”, founding director of Conservation360 (Non-Profit), and trustee of Earth Guardian Technologies Botswana Trust.

Stephen Becker

Stephen was born in England and moved to South Africa in the 1970s. His passion for people and the wild side of Africa, has enabled unique opportunities to visit the most wonderful wilderness destinations in Southern Africa. Stephen’s previous experience includes a 25-year corporate management career, primarily with the largest automotive dealer network in SA, Imperial Holdings. Stephen is the co-founder of FlyOkavango and co-founder and CEO of Overland360, the exclusive Tour Group operator to Avis Safari.


“Africa has missed you… it’s time to return.”