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Africa Walking Safaris & Tours

If you're looking for the most exciting safari activity in Africa, look no further. Set in some of the most dramatic big game destinations on the continent, our hand-picked African walking safari tours combine an authentic boots-on-the-ground feel with comfort and expert guiding.

Destinations range from Southern Africa's classic walking areas - Zambia's South Luangwa Valley and South Africa's Kruger Park - to new and exciting wilderness areas in East Africa.  Walk with Maasai warriors in Kenya's private Masai Mara concessions or head deep into Tanzania's boundless Selous Game Reserve or Tarangire National Park, home to some of the greatest dry-season concentrations of wildlife in the country. 

Best Africa Walking Safaris & Tours:

  • Zambian Walking Safari Adventure

    From $4204
    Per person sharing
    Tour duration: 8 days
    Destinations visited: South Luangwa National Park, Zambia, North Luangwa National Park

    This 7-night Zambian adventure incorporates expertly guided walking safaris in 2 remote camps within South & North Luangwa National Park’s unspoilt wilderness.

  • Kruger Walking Safari & Beach Adventure

    From $4059
    Per person sharing
    Tour duration: 10 days
    Destinations visited: Kruger, Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa

    This wonderful combination holiday gives you both a luxury safari and a relaxed beach experience - highlights include a walking safari in the Kruger and scuba diving in KZN.

  • Classic Zambia Walking Safari

    From $5550
    Per person sharing
    Tour duration: 8 days
    Destinations visited: South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

    South Luangwa is the home of the African walking safari - experience it for yourself on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure. You'll also enjoy day and night game drives plus more comfort than you think.

Walking Safaris

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Get up close and personal with Africa’s wildest game reserves on a walking safari – from short, guided “bush walks” to multiday expeditions, it’s the most intimate way to discover Africa’s wildlife.

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