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    Africa by Private Jet

    The cradle of humankind, Africa is a land of mystique that piques the imagination. It has an incredibly varied landscape, like the dense rainforest cover of the Congo Basin, the rugged peaks of the Ethiopian Highlands, the grassy tropical plains of the savanna, the verdant jungles of the Great Lakes, and the barren desert of the Sahara. Home to some of the world’s most magnificent natural features, it also has an abundance of wildlife. It is bounded by the Indian Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, and the Red Sea, and divided into almost equal halves by the Equator. The second largest and second most populous continent in the world with 54 countries you can explore by chartering a private jet, Africa is as rich in traditions, history and natural resources as it is ethnically diverse and expansive.

    Start planning your trip with an estimate of the price of a private jet to Africa.

    Important facts about Africa


    Africa has around 1,000 to 2,0000 languages. Widely spoken languages include Swahili, Yoruba, Igbo, Fula, Arabic, and Hausa.


    30.37 million km² (11.7 million mi²)


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    Africa has a mostly tropical climate but has a highland climate in the mountains and a subtropical climate in the northernmost and southernmost areas. A hot desert climate prevails in and around the Sahara and Kalahari deserts and a semi-arid climate can be found in the areas bordering these desert regions. The tropical wet-and-dry climate is found around the equator. Rain falls in the winter, between December to January in the north and between June and July in the south. Africa generally has good weather from March to April, so that’s a good time to visit, but August and September are the best months for a safari. Do some research before you book your private jet to Africa. Check your destination country’s weather and attraction timings, and make plans accordingly.


    Varies by country. The South African Rand (ZAR) is used in South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, and Eswatini. ZAR 1 = Approximately 0.20

    Most popular destinations in Africa


    Egypt sits at the northeastern tip of Africa, connecting the continent with neighboring Asia. Cairo, the country’s largest city, is Egypt’s seat of power and cultural capital and the largest metropolitan area in the Middle East. Visit Egypt for the Nile River, Pyramids of Giza, Great Sphinx, Luxor Temple, and the Khan El-Khalili bazaar.


    Morocco on the northwestern tip of Africa is and has always stood at the crossroads of many civilizations, cultures, and religions. You can see the blend of Arab, African, and European influences everywhere in the country. Visit the capital Rabat for the Royal Palace and Andalusian Gardens, the city of luxury Marrakech for its hammams and the Medina Quarter, and the port city of Casablanca for the Hassan II Mosque and Catholic churches.


    Tanzania on the eastern coast of Africa facing the Indian Ocean is one of the most popular destinations for safari goers. The Serengeti National Park in north-central Tanzania, adjacent to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Maswa Game Reserve, is famous for wildebeest and zebra migrations and viewing elephants and giraffes. Visit Kilimanjaro National Park to see the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest peak.


    Mauritius is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean east of Madagascar and northeast of the island of Reunion. It is a place people visit for its lagoons, immaculate beaches, and mesmerizingly blue waters. The world-class resorts in the area make various activities like scuba diving, snorkeling, kite surfing, and golf readily available. Make sure to take a helicopter tour off the southern coast to see a majestic optical illusion: the underwater waterfall.

    Other destinations to discover

    • Botswana

    • Zimbabwe

    • Tunisia

    • Ethiopia

    • Kenya

    Air charter flights to Africa

    Private jet charter

    Our private jets are the perfect option for business and leisure travelers, vacationing families and even pets with a preference for complete luxury and privacy. On your Africa private jet charter, we’ll take care of everything before takeoff, when you’re airborne and right after you land.

    Business jet charter

    Your time is money, and flying to Africa by private jet is an investment worth making. Let us help you optimize your schedule by offering you the flexibility to travel when and where you want, in the perfect environment, to discuss sensitive matters. Arrange a flight at short notice and never miss out.

    Group charter

    Fly high as a team and enjoy additional services like aircraft branding, valet, check-in, pickup and more. Whether you’re a jet-setting wedding entourage, a sports team, or a team of delegates, we offer bespoke solutions for you.

    Cargo charter

    We ensure that your goods travel safely. A charter manager will be assigned to create a customized cargo solution for you, after reviewing the unique needs of your products and business.

    Book your air charter flight to Africa

    Whether you need cargo transported or want to hire a private jet to South Africa, Morocco, Mauritius, or other parts of Africa, our ACI expert is on hand to help. For more details about chartering a private jet to Africa, cost, schedule, and other information, please fill out the form below and we’ll reach out to you shortly.

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