Walking Safari


About Walking Safari

Tanzania boasts some of Africa’s most renowned national parks and game reserves, making it an optimal destination for those seeking the unique experience of walking safaris. This immersive adventure allows visitors to explore the bush on foot, accompanied by an armed guide, fostering an intimate connection with wildlife and a more leisurely appreciation of nature. The absence of vehicles enables walkers to approach wildlife quietly, minimizing any potential disturbance. Among the prime locations for walking safaris in Tanzania are the Selous Game Reserve, Ruaha National Park, and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The expansive Selous stands as one of the world’s largest faunal reserves, featuring diverse habitats that support elephants, buffaloes, hippos, crocodiles, and various antelope species. Ruaha is celebrated for its remote setting, landscapes adorned with baobab trees, and a sizable elephant population. The Ngorongoro Crater, a collapsed volcanic caldera, teems with an abundance of wildlife. Walking safaris provide an opportunity to appreciate finer details often overlooked from a vehicle. Observing animal tracks and droppings, studying insects and butterflies, and fully immersing oneself in the sights, sounds, and scents of the bush become part of this enriching experience. Most walks take place during the early morning or late afternoon, aligning with peak wildlife activity. Knowledgeable guides lead the walks, adept at identifying fauna and flora while interpreting animal behaviors. For those seeking an intimate, educational, and active safari encounter, a Tanzanian walking safari comes highly recommended. Quietly trekking through the savanna allows for close observation of wildlife and habitat, offering insights into the ecosystem. It provides a distinctive perspective of African wilderness that goes beyond what vehicles can offer. With a multitude of parks and reserves to choose from, Tanzania stands out as a premier destination for experiencing some of the finest walking safari opportunities in Africa.

Best destinations for Walking Safari

Tarangire National Park

Ngorongoro Crater

Serengeti National Park

Arusha National Park

Lake Manyara

Best things to do on Walking Safari


Observe Wildlife

Learn Bushcraft Skills

Connect with local communities

Experience a comfortable luxurious stay

Breakfast at the camp will be followed by a guided walk to visit Lake Natron. This lake is famous as a breeding site for lesser flamingoes in East Africa. Return to your camp for hot lunch and short relaxation. Later, in the afternoon, you will be taken to the Eangaresero waterfalls whose water is believed to have curative values, thus many visitors prefer to swim there before retiring back to your camp for dinner and accommodation.

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