“Look – there! Up ahead – it’s a …”!
Imagine the rush and tightening stomach, as you spot animals in their natural habitat from a vantage point reached purely on foot. We keep you completely safe, but this is the closest you will ever come to your own wild past, alert to nature and the echoes of ancestral hunter-gatherers.
A walking safari offers a different kind of adventure for your holiday. Turn in early the night before, with your boots at the foot of the bed and backpack checklist at the ready. Early morning wake-up is served with a cup of hot coffee and a spoonful of excitement for the day ahead.
A walking safari is one of the top things to do in Africa. It allows you to soak up the sounds, smells, and colors of the bush in a way that a game drive does not. No more roar of the engine to drown out the sound of the wind shaking the canopies overhead or the hoof thump from a territorial male impala. A secret language of signals shared between you and your guide, as he gestures the way across the openings and navigates through thickets and woodlands, teaches you the wonders of communication in the wild.