Walking Safari and Day Trips

Set out on foot to experience the wild wonders of Tanzania from the unique perspective of the people who call it home. On the shores of Lake Eyasi, a stunning salt lake in the Rift Valley, live among the timeless Hadzabe, one of the last hunter-gatherer groups in the world.

Walking safaris in Tanzania are completely different to game drives. On foot you are a participant in the world of wildlife rather than a spectator, which is a thrilling safari experience.

On foot you can walk into remote areas and reach places that a safari car can’t. Once on foot, you are not constrained by roads and can go almost anywhere you like. Away from the crowds, off the beaten track. It offers you a freedom incomparable to any game drive safari.

Walks in Tanzania National Parks have to abide by the strict rules laid out by TANAPA (Tanzanian National Park Authorities); these rules have been put in place to make walking as safe as possible. No more than six guests are able to go on a walk at any one time; and they must be accompanied by at least one TANAPA qualified armed ranger, who must stick to specific walking routes.