Safari Activities - Game Walks

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A luxurious walking safari through the African bush, accompanied by an armed ranger, tracker or guide, is a pure rush of Africa. The rangers or relevant field guide have a wealth of knowledge about the african bush, animals, and local cultures and traditions specific to their immediate habitat as well as the continent at large.

Walking safaris are planned around the needs of the guests, suited to your pace and specific interests, the game ranger will keep you entertained and you will see plants, trees and insects in a completely new light.

African game walks allow guests to get up-close and personal experiences with african nature and wildlife. Get closer to the smaller facts of the african bush experience, and learn about the more subtle yet impacting areas of the wild ecosystem in Africa. You are guaranteed to find a wealth of new, exciting factors and influences all around you.

The game rangers and generally the staff at the lodges are always on hand, not only for your protection, but also to share their knowledge and experience with you, we encourage guests to ask questions this way it benefits your experience as well as the guides knowledge, their passion is waiting for you!

Lodges That Offer Game Walks

The destinations selected are renowned for their exemplary service and facilities, and are world-class establishments in their own right.

Please note: Activities are an optional and additional fee to the accommodation rate. This is because the activites do not necessarily operate from the lodges or the same operators available, but within the near vicinity of the specified lodges.

Please don't hesitate to contact us directly.

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