Leon and Obert Game Tracking Safari on foot, Hwange, Zimbabwe.
Remote Expeditions and Walking Safaris

At Safari Guides the purpose of our Expeditions is to facilitate travel to remote areas of Africa not often visited by the average traveler. We do this with several different modes of transport, 4wd vehicles, familiar boats and traditional boats, donkeys, camels, via helicopter, and on foot. If it is animals you want to see, join us on one of our Big-Game Tracking Expeditions. We head into the bush on foot with a Professional Tracker and Guide leading us in search of Lion, Elephant, Buffalo and more! A true Expedition requires a lot of organization and planning to make sure the end result for you is an experience of a lifetime. Some of our Expeditions will challenge your senses in ways you cannot simply experience at home. When life's daily distractions are removed for a period of time, you will be amazed at how calm and focused one can become.

Sample Expeditions
Priced from $3797 based on four
About our Walking Safaris

Walking affords the chance to become a part of Nature, a participant rather than a spectator. You will be lead by one of our highly trained Professional Guides. Walking is quite safe and very adventurous! The most exciting way to feel, touch, hear and smell the Real Africa is on foot. Following your Professional Guide and Tracker on the spoor of a Lion or Rhino is a timeless tradition that is almost lost to the modern world. When you are on foot everything is significant, wind direction, terrain, and vegetation contribute to how the animals behave .The experience is a rare privilege, as you will leave Africa with a greater love and understanding of nature and of yourself!

NOTE: All of the above Safaris and Expeditions are examples, we have many more, we will create a tailor made trip for you!
Makgadikgadi Pans, Botwana
Close to Elephant, Walking Safari Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
Salt Mines of Taoudenni, Mali
Our Sahara Desert Crew, Ibrahim, Mohamed, Steve, Baba, Bashir, and Ali
Our Captain, On Niger River from Tombouctou to Mopti
Local Guides, Walk from Empakai Crater to Lake Natron, Tanzania
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