Walking Safari

You can’t get closer to nature than on a walking safari. We’ve selected the dreamiest landscapes with the best wildlife, top guides, and most luxurious tented camps from Zambia to Botswana. Close your eyes, feel the crunch of earth beneath you and hear birds chirping around you.

Top Walking Safari Tours

Wilderness Walking Expedition in Zimbabwe

Discover Zimbabwe’s biggest national park, Hwange National Park, on a walking safari. Over 7 days, you get a real feel for Africa on a trail experience, that’s combined with roaming further afield by game vehicle. At night, you’ll relax at luxurious tented camps. The last 2 days of this walking safari are spent at Hwange’s most exclusive tented camp – soaking up the African wilderness.

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Walk on the Wild Side of Zambia

During the months of June to October, you can discover the wild side of Zambia. This 10-day itinerary showcases the most incredible walking safaris in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park and North Luangwa National Park. You will truly experience Africa’s wildlife and fall in love with the bush. On the last two nights, you will experience Livingstone and its breathtaking Victoria Falls.

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Botswana Walking Adventure

An adventure exploration safari experience of 8 days at the Selinda Reserve’s Selinda Spillway: offering either a canoeing and walking adventure, or a pure walking safari experience. This is an authentic African adventure with hidden wonders of an ancient waterway in the tradition of the explorers of old.

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Top Walking Safari Destinations

Livingstone (Victoria Falls)

Spectacular Victoria Falls is the widest sheet of falling water in the world! When the Zambezi River is in full flood, watching it crash 100 metres into a steep gorge is best described by the Falls local name of Mosi-oa-Tunya or ‘The Smoke That Thunders’. Especially on the Zambian side…

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