Embark on a Walking Safari
Embark on a walking adventure through the wilderness along well-trodden animal pathways. This is your chance to get up close and personal with the natural phenomena living in these ecosystems. A walking safari appeals to those looking for an active thrill beyond the excitement of Big Five sightings on a game drive vehicle. Together with an experienced guide (who always prioritises your safety) you will learn many things, including how to track with all your senses on high-alert.
Smell and taste wild herbs, learn about their traditional uses, and explore the smaller marvels of the bush, from the magnificent tapestry of a spider’s web to the microscopic world of the dung beetle – all the while, anticipating encountering big game. A walking safari can also last for several days, where your luggage is carried while you walk, and each night is spent at a new camp site, or tent. (Certain national parks, especially in the Northern Circuit, do not offer walking safaris, so if this is important for you to do, please bring this to our attention).
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