Walking Safaris

walking safaris


Walking Safaris

Walking safaris have become increasingly popular in recent years - and for good reason.

Walking safaris are a wonderful experience. They are certainly a great way of getting you much closer to nature. On a walking safari every detail is amplified and you see things you would never se if travelling at speed.  You will be able to see and hear the bush in detail and always in the company of qualified experts with a deep knowledge for their subject.

Why choose walking safaris?

Over the last few years the demand for walking safaris has increased significantly. Here are just a few reasons why:

  • Walking safaris offer fantastic value for money.
  • Our clients say you get a real sense of connection with your surroundings.
  • Walking safaris now offer access to areas previously restricted.
  • Many people feel it is a less invasive holiday and that their is a heightened sense of life in the bush.

Walking Safaris - The Options

Here we have highlighted some safari ideas which are either pure walking safaris or offer walking as a key part of the suggested safari. 

Please note, walking safaris do not require a special level of fitness but if you are unsure how fit you need to be and what you can expect just give us a call on +44 (0) 1628 621685 or email info@busangasafari.co.uk


Available Safaris

The Robin Pope Safaris’ Mobile Walking Safaris 2017

Have long been known as the best wilderness experience of the South Luangwa.  After a night at Nkwali, your safari heads to the north of the park where you will walk for five days covering approximately 10km a day, following the Mupamadzi River. This clear river is a major tributary of the Luangwa.

The area is remote and wild, the terrain and habitats varied and the game shy and unused to man. From ants to buffalo, a bird's nest to tracking a lion, you will learn the many facets of the bush. The fully-serviced mobile camp is extremely comfortable and well-equipped with walk-in tents and full bedding. The shower is under a tree and the toilet is a bush loo with a wooden throne. Meals of a high standard are served under the open sky. A final night at Tena Tena or Nsefu completes the safari.

Now there are 7 night and 9 night options to choose from. 

Dates available between June and end September 2017 & 2018  
Some safari departures are already full, and so if you are interested please enquire soon.




Price including flights from/to UK:
Flights ex London From $1200 pp
Price excluding international flights:
7 nights $4945 pp 2017
9 nights $6183 pp 2017
No single supplement
Safari Duration:
7 nights
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Walking Wild is an opportunity to explore the remote valleys, hills and plains of the famous Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and beyond on a uninque walking safari guided by Masai Moran, your luggage carried on camel. 
With a maximum of just eight guests this small but specialist safari unit is able to visit places that vehicles cannot and embodies everything that a genuine mobile safari should. 

Arranged as part of a longer safari with a minimum 3 nights. Requires at least 2 guests and a maximum of 8

Price including flights from/to UK:
Flights ex UK from $1000 pp
Price excluding international flights:
example 5 nights $3330 pp
Safari Duration:
between 3 & 7nights
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* This safari is now fully booked *