Skeleton Coast Flying Safaris, operated by the Schoeman family of Namibia since 1977, specialises in taking visitors to the Skeleton Coast Park, Namib-Naukluft Park, western Damaraland and western Kaokoland - undeveloped and remote wilderness areas of Namibia.
A major feature of the safaris is the use of aircraft as a safari vehicle - to provide outstanding bird's-eye views of some shipwreck remains along the coast, diverse and ever-changing geological formations and the refuges of desert-dwelling animals such as the endangered black rhino and desert-adapted elephant.
Accommodation is in three fully equipped tented desert camps which comfortably provide for all basic needs. The first of these is in the lower reaches of the Huab River in Damaraland, and the second under Camelthorn trees and Makalani palms in the Hoarusib Valley in Kaokoland. The third is on the northwestern Namibian border overlooking the Kunene River.