Africa Geographic Travel

Walking Safaris

Meet the mountain gorillas, watch a troop of golden monkeys, track Grauer’s lowland gorillas, spend a morning in the company of a chimpanzee family and join Africa’s biggest mega troop of pied colobus monkeys! Join our ultimate primate safari now.

South Luangwa National Park in Zambia is now accessible for travellers on a modest budget thanks to a newly erected eight-bed tented camp. This safari holiday offers a wonderful combination of walking and driving safaris that will appeal to experienced safari-goers and first-timers alike.

Can you no longer ignore the calls of the bush? Look no further… join veteran and professional trail guide Brett Horley in the Klaserie Game Reserve on a five-day walking safari in one of Africa’s prime wildlife areas.

Stroll along game trails, glide down meandering waterways, be dazzled by Botswana’s prolific birdlife and get ready to track resident lions, leopards, hyenas, cheetahs and wild dogs in this swampy paradise.


Africa Geographic Travel and Norman Carr Safaris bring you the exclusive chance to explore Zambia’s Liuwa Plain National Park on foot, and by vehicle, whilst based at Matamanene Camp – the only permanent camp in the park.


Mount Nyiragongo is a spectacular stratovolcano that hosts one of the worlds largest and rarest lava lakes, making it one of Africa’s most exciting and rewarding hiking experiences.


Join Africa Geographic Travel in Rwanda on a mountain gorilla trekking experience at Volcanoes National Park and enjoy the scenic beauty of the Virungas.


Ruaha National Park offers a special experience for those interested in a wilderness walking safari. First, its size – it encompasses an area of over 20 000sq. km, making it the largest national park in Tanzania.  If one adds in


An exclusive walking safari in one of Africa’s best wildlife areas – the Okavango Delta, Botswana. This safari trip includes two nights at the fantastic Moremi Crossings, while three nights will be spent at a fully catered, very comfortable mobile tented


Join us for 13 days in Kenya’s Tsavo National Park as we follow the wise old elephant herds over an 80km walking route along the Galana River as it winds through the park, from Tsavo West’s Kudu Camp to Tsavo’s East’s park boundary

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