Tanzania is one of the better places for walking safari in Tanzania. It is though important to distinguish between hiking up hills as in climbing Kilimanjaro or even Mt Meru or Hanang and the very different experience of a wilderness walking safari, which is a particular area of expertise for many of us at Natural High and what we are talking about here. We have in our ranks, some of Tanzania’s best walking safari guides, who’ve led trips through most of the walking hot spots in Tanzania, including the Selous, Ruaha, Mahale and Katavi as well as being amongst the early pioneers of longer walking safaris in the Ngorongoro Highlands and the Gol Mountains in the north.

The Walking Safari the African bush is to experience Africa close-up. Smells are suddenly subtle and varied and every sound has significance. Birds and butterflies are noticed and studied, not simply rushed past in the race for the bigger game. And when the larger animals appear, they are met at eye level, standing on the same earth. Safety is not an issue – armed, experienced guides and games rangers accompany all walking safari in tanzania. Your camp is packed up and transported to the next location by different methods: pickup truck, porters or donkeys. The camping style tends to be lightweight and extremely mobile. You will walk for several days, travelling like nomads across the African bush often miles from any roads or tracks.