Cross Country Air Safaris (CCAS) designs truly personalized itineraries for safari destinations in Southern Africa. Let us chart a course for you through the wildlife areas and game reserves of Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Discover fascinating, remote places. Let us introduce you to African wildlife at its best – visit small bush lodges offering scenic excursions, superb game viewing and stunning landscapes.

Our local guides excell at approaching animals for safe, sensitive, close-up photography of lion, elephant, leopard, cheetah, zebra and other plains game, large or small.

Contact Us to assist you with your personal itinerary.


Enjoy the comfort of small, exclusive venues situated in prime locations. “Safari Lodges” are tented or under thatch with canvas walls, some are of solid construction. They range from ‘bush comfort’ to highly luxurious.

Choose from a wide range of tried-and-tested destinations and venues that best suit your expectations.

We place at your disposal our first-hand, current information on game concentrations, water levels, and quality of lodges.


  • Botswana, Okavango Delta
  • Victoria Falls and Hwange
  • South Africa, Kruger National Park and more!


Why travel with us? Simply because of our…

Our product knowlege is unsurpassed. We have personal up-to-date experience of the venues we recommend – our own eyes behold the wildlife, our ears hear the guides, our palates taste the food, we sleep in the beds, sit in the 4×4‘s, and walk the trails. All the while we assess quality and value for YOU.

  • We are proud of a 35-year record of operation with a 100% safety rating.
  • With us “tailor-made” has retained its original meaning of ‘specially made’ for YOU.

Private flying Safari

  • Step straight aboard your personal aircraft at your first point of arrival in South Africa. Aircraft and pilot remain with you Fly-In throughout the safari, taking you from lodge to lodge at your convenience.
  • You travel when you choose, an invaluable advantage on safari. The animals you wish to observe don’t follow a schedule – why should you?