Ours is the only walking safari of its kind in a private Big Five Reserve within the vicinity of Victoria Falls. It’s a rare opportunity to be in Africa on foot, where everything somehow feels more ‘real’.
Traversing the wilderness by vehicle allows guests to see more big game, while walking in the bush puts them directly in touch with nature. From fresh spoor that indicate an animal’s presence to the liquorish taste of a medicinal plant, highly-skilled guides draw guests’ attention points of interest they wouldn’t usually notice.
The purpose of our walking safaris is the full appreciation of this rich natural kingdom and the beauty of these unique habitats. Guides will tailor walks around guests’ personal interests, focusing on mammals as well as birds, insects, reptiles, plants, geology, etc.
Encounters with dangerous animals are avoided, and guides carry rifles to ensure guests’ safety. But what would a walk be without coming upon an exquisite location for a breakfast safari stop?
A buffet of fruits, pastries, preserves, cold meats and cheeses are laid out and served along with fresh fruit juices, teas, coffees and hot chocolate – best enjoyed with a dash of Amarula Cream!
US$142 per person – includes Victoria Falls town hotel transfers; expert guiding; bottled water; breakfast safari stop.
Excluding the USD 5 pp park fees.