Zambia Walking Safaris
A walk on the wild side in the home of the leopard
Mobile walking safaris have long been known as one of the best wilderness experience on offer, and there is no better setting than Zambia's South Luangwa. Walk by day, stay in a mobile camp by night. Every trip has a different story, and they are unforgettable.
If you're after a real adventure, full of education and insight, whilst in the safest of hands, then this is it. A bucket list safari experience.
Zambia; the home of the walking safari
The area is remote and wild, the terrain and habitats varied and the game shy and unused to man.
Five nights in the bush. During the day, in a group of a maximum of six people, you’ll walk with experienced guides, armed spotters and a 'tea-bearer' – a member of the camp's staff who acts as another experienced pair of eyes, whilst carrying vital supplies of tea, coffee, cold drinks and delicious cakes for refreshment stops along the way. The rest of the staff move on ahead to set up the camp for your arrival.
Fully serviced mobile camp
The mobile camps themselves are simple but comfortable, with walk-in tents, bucket showers (with hot water available) and long-drop toilets. Meals are taken under the stars. There are no fences around the camp, so you can expect to hear animals in camp at night, when there will be a national park scout on watch throughout.
Africa's best guides
A walking safari is where an expert guide really comes into his own. Not only will he (or she!) point out wildlife and birdlife to you, he will also teach you to hone and sharpen your senses and to spot the clues that lie around you in the bush. As one of our guests said after walking for five days along the Mupamadzi River, it is like reading an engrossing book, compared to watching a film.