The Schoeman Brothers and the Skeleton Coast Safaris
The ins and outs of what the Schoemans offer is a private flying safari with no more than eight people on each flight, hopping between private airstrips and remote beaches. They offer a no-frills safari experience, but one that people are raving about!
Skeleton Coast Safaris, formerly known as Schoeman’s Flying Safari, was set up by Louw Schoeman in 1977. Louw had played an important part in the Skeleton Coast’s gain of national park status. The safaris allow travellers to access some of the remotest areas of the Skeleton Coast National Park, where few have had the chance to explore.
Since it started, Skeleton Coast Safaris has been a family-run operation, with Louw’s sons taking over the reins in 1994. Bertus, Andre, Leon and Henk all have a pivotal role in the family business, ensuring an unforgettable safari experience through the back and beyond of Namibia!