This pair of family-owned camps overlooking the Zambezi river are the perfect luxury walking bases in Lower Zambezi National Park.
A popular base for visiting Mosi-oa-Tunya (Victoria Falls), Zambia’s smallest national park is the place to track white rhino on foot.
With three luxury camps in a private concession area in the east of Hwange, Wilderness Safaris is a great choice for walks in Zimbabwe’s largest park.
Choose from two comfortable Wilderness Safari lodges in Damaraland, both offering guided walks. Exploring on foot is the way to fully appreciate remarkable plant and animal life that is adapted to desert conditions.
Where the Namib desert plains meet the famous red dunes at Sossusvlei, there is remarkable wildlife and walking to be found.
Known for its unusual “nest” sleeping quarters, Chisa Busanga is a fine base for walking in Busanga Plains.
It’s one of the world’s great wilderness areas and a place ideally suited to exploration by foot and boat. All of the Wilderness Safari camps in the Okavango include walking safaris in the mix.
Located between the great inland delta of the Okavango and the headwaters of the Zambezi river system, Linyanti is off the mainstream safari map.
Defined by one of the world’s great rivers, Mana Pools is Zimbabwe’s premier walking safari destination. As well as vehicle and boat activities, Wilderness Safaris offer seasonal guided walks from a choice of camps overlooking the Zambezi.
Walk in one of Africa’s most remote and unspoiled wilderness reserves.