African Walking Safaris
There is a world of difference between walking in the African wilderness, and experiencing it from a vehicle. Led by experienced, armed guides and trackers, African walking safaris in Southern & East Africa offer the chance to experience the bush, its inhabitants and all its secrets at ground level as a participant and not just an observer. To walk is to be out there with the wildlife … sharing their space, following their paths.
On a walking safari you will learn as much about the “Little 5” as the “Big 5”. Your guides understand and are passionate about their environment, and will teach you the medicinal qualities of plants, the relationships between animals, how to identify spoor ...
A walking safari awakens your senses!. Imagine the excitement of quietly approaching a family of elephant at a waterhole, experiencing the dust, the heat, smell and sounds of the bush around you. Hearing your own heartbeat pounding …
Walking safaris last from a few days to over a week, and take you into pristine, often unpopulated wilderness. Accommodation is in comfortable tents and tree houses, where facilities are quite basic. All meals are included and are of an excellent standard.
There are several spectacular walking safari destinations. Have a look at our recommended Walking Safari Itineraries, below:
Suggested Walking Safari Itineraries:
- The Kruger National Park, South Africa
- Timbavati Game Reserve, South Africa
- Phinda Game Reserve, South Africa
- North and South Luangwa National Park, Zambia
- Okavango Delta, Botswana
Please contact us for more information about African walking safaris in South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda.