After the rainy season, when river levels have dropped, it’s expedition season in Ruaha National Park. Choose from one of four remote and wild locations to establish your private fly-camp for 7 nights, exploring a different area each day on foot.
Embark on a genuine wilderness adventure along the Shire River in Liwonde National Park. This seasonal walking safari has one night at base camp followed by two nights at a rustic but comfortable fly camp pitched close to the river.
Explore the White Umfolozi River valley from a rustic seasonal trails camp.
Spend three nights at a dedicated trails camp and walk each day in the most pristine areas of Kruger National Park that can only be accessed on foot.
Explore true wilderness on a walking safari amidst the islands and waterways of the southern Okavango delta. This trails camp is mobile, to take advantage of the best locations and to reduce environmental impact.
A vast expanse of wilderness with few vehicle tracks, North Luangwa is best explored on foot. The perfect base is Mwaleshi, a remote seasonal camp dedicated to walking safaris.
Deep in a remote wilderness area of the Okavango Delta, ‘Footsteps Across the Delta’ is a small camp dedicated to exploring on foot.
Get a deeper immersion in African wilderness – and a taste of Nature Guide training – on a 7 or 14-day training adventure with EcoTraining.
You don’t need to see an animal to gather information about it. If you know how to read animal tracks and other bush information, you can gain valuable insight into what, when, maybe even how and why an event took place in the wild. The EcoTraining 7 or 14-day EcoTracker course will turn you into a budding bush detective.
Trails Guide training is open to everyone, and not just those planning a career in guiding. The game-rich Tuli Block is the perfect venue to learn while on foot.