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Walking on safari in Tanzania

 
Going on safari can be much more than just watching animals from a vehicle. Africa Exclusive sets your family free to enjoy the wilds with the best guides. Walking is one of the most exciting ways to explore and learn about the real Africa.
Children walking with guide at Mkombe's house

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group spotting giraffe herd

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leopard in tree in serengeti

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group walking through the bush at sunset

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As you set foot on an elephant track, age old survival instincts kick in. You’re on alert and your senses are heightened. Walking with an expert, armed guide puts Africa under the microscope. Tracks, plants, birds and even termites become fascinating as your guide explains how everything plays its part in the fragile ecology.
guide with children inspecting skull

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lion mother with multiple cubs

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chimpanzee through leaves

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On a walk your guide will show you how to identify animal tracks. He’ll teach you how to carefully approach an elephant or giraffe from downwind so you don’t disturb the animal. He’ll be super careful to avoid stumbling upon a sleeping lion! If you get to Mahale, you can enjoy the unique experience of tracking chimpanzees through the forest, watching them play and swing among the trees.
leopard relaxing in tree

Walking in the south

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fly camping with service

Walking in the south

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young women with guide on bush walk

Walking in the south

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Selous, Ruaha and Katavi are all fantastically remote places to walk. In Ruaha, Kichaka Camp founders Moli and Noelle can take your family on a multi-day walking and fly-camping safari. There is a huge diversity of wildlife in the hills and savannahs and it feels completely unexplored. June to October is the perfect time to do this, due to the dry conditions and warm weather.
child on walk with maasai men

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elephant herd in front of Mount Kilimanjaro

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Walking on Mount Kilimanjaro

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The lower slopes of Mount Meru and Kilimanjaro have plenty of antelope, plains game and birds. We can arrange a couple of days walking the cool mountain trails, enjoying grandstand views of the surrounding plains. North of Ngorongoro are a cluster of ancient volcanoes, including Ol Donyo Lengai and Empakai, which offer you a challenging day’s hiking.
Wahadzabe bushmen with mother and young child

Walk with Wahadzabe bushmen

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Pangolin close up

Walk with Wahadzabe bushmen

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Wahadzabe bushmen

Walk with Wahadzabe bushmen

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Beside Lake Eyasi, deep in the Great Rift Valley is the homeland of the Wahadzabe people. They are traditional hunter-gatherers, living off the land and using their ancestral knowledge to survive. We can arrange for you to spend a day with these survivors of the bush. Take a fascinating walk with a group of hunters armed with poison arrows. See the children’s way of life. Learn jewellery making from the women.
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