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Walking Safaris in Tanzania

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Tanzania is one of the best tourism destinations in the world. Here, walking safaris have come into high demand recently as they are a perfect opportunity for the tourists to explore and come closer to animals, being able to closely observe their habitat, how they eat, and how they live. For people who are interested and attracted to walking safaris, the experience proves to be unforgettable and exhilarating. Tanzania’s parks have some unbelievable wilderness areas with a vast number of different species. Experiencing everything on foot without the disturbance from vehicles, and encountering animals while being a part of their world is truly a mesmerizing event and a golden opportunity for photography. Safaris are an essential element of any trip to Tanzania, and walking safaris are the perfect way to experience this beautiful destination!

Mahale Mountains:

This dense forest is full of chimpanzees and has the largest concentration of chimps in the world which makes this safari unique and more interesting. With scenic views such as the beautiful waterfall, this national park is perfect for a walking safari. Tourists are advised to visit during the dry season as the track can be impassable during the rainy season. From May to October, it is also easier to spot chimpanzees as they gather in groups. Moreover, the amazing flora and fauna, such as the red colobus monkeys, red tailed monkeys, alpine bamboo, and exotic birds and plants, are a great sight to see! Tourists can hike up to Nkungwe which is the highest point in the park, at 8069ft, and is sacred for the local Tongwe people. After the walking safari, the guests can relax at the beach, watch the breathtaking sunset, and spot the fish in the crystal clear water.

Selous Game Reserve:

Selous Game reserve is another great area for a walking safari. Visitors can explore the mind boggling destination on foot, which is a great way to experience the lush green vegetation and breathtaking landscapes! Tourists can spot over 350 species of exotic birds, as well as animals such as waterbucks, antelopes, hyenas, giraffes, zebras, and elephants. 

Kichaka Walking Safari:

It is often hard to find places where you could actually explore the game rich wilderness on foot, but Kichaka Walking Safari is one of those rare places! Located in a glade on the bank of the Rauha River, it is a great place filled with wildlife. Visitors can observe elephants feeding along the river bank, or in search of fruits from the huge shady acacia trees, and may be able to spot animals such as lions and leopards.


Serengeti National Park is another stunning location where a walking safari can allow travellers to explore the beautiful wilderness, watch the sunset, and spot animals such as giraffes, zebras, antelopes, buffaloes, elephants, lions, rhinoceros, and leopards! The Seronera region is known for the Great Migration during which two million wildebeests move across the region. Guests might be able to spot adult and baby wildebeests!

Moreover, tourists can enjoy walking safaris at Tarangire National Park, Arusha, Katavi National Park, and Lake Manyara where they can enjoy the scenic views, take pictures of animals and landscapes, and observe the beautiful and unique flora and fauna! Tanzania’s Walking Safaris are filled with fun and adventure, and are perfect for those who love nature, enjoy exploring, and have a keen interest in photography.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]