We have a selection of guidebooks to some of our most popular countries in Africa. Written by our specialists, they detail destination information, a wildlife guide, some suggested itineraries and plenty more to inspire your holiday. Fill in the form below and if you live in UK, your guidebook will arrive by post within the next couple of days. For those who live abroad, we will send this via a PDF to your email.
Accompanied by an experienced guide, a walking safari is an intense alternative. You’re instantly more connected to your surroundings and your senses heightened. The original way of tracking game; a walking safari is all about the little things.
The revitalisation of the walking safari was pioneered by Norman Carr in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley in the 1950s. Walking safaris are hugely popular amongst Africa’s die-hard safari scene.
A safari on foot seriously immerses you in the sights and sounds of the bush. The innate connection between your experienced guide and the world around them will become clear as you pick up the skills to read the bush for yourself. A two day walking safari with a night staying in a luxurious bush camp will only connect you further with your surroundings.
Zambia may be the birthplace, but these days unique and exhilarating walking safaris are available across Africa. Here are some of our favourites.