Tanzania Walking Trips | Guided Safari Packages

Tanzania has the best terrain for walking safaris – considered an all-year favorite destination to visit. Get experienced guides and rangers with excellent knowledge of the area, wildlife, birdlife, and indigenous vegetation.

The best time for Tanzania walking Trips is from June to October – when the temperate climate and diversity of the wildlife ensure that a walking safari is an incredible experience.

Tanzania is the ideal country for you to sample the African wilderness experience. The opportunity to see wildlife up close, and personal, and to learn tracks and signs from expert walking guides.

If you want to know what to expect, check our Walking Safari Programs. Or contact us for a customized itinerary and quote.

A walking safari is usually planned to fit into your safari itinerary and is best done early in the morning or late in the afternoon when tropical temperatures are cooler.

You can walk into remote areas that offer you freedom and reach places that a safari car can’t. Walking is also a great way to appreciate the smaller wildlife, which can’t be so easily seen from a vehicle.

One of the best and most memorable African experiences on earth

Where To Go

  • Arusha National Park
  • Tarangire National Park
  • Serengeti National Park
  • Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Nyerere National Park
  • Katavi National Park
  • Gombe National Park
  • Mahale National Park

Home to a wildlife species, this famous safari destination offers excellent dry-season bush walk expeditions with multi-day trips with comfortable accommodation options along the way.

A walking safari is an excellent break from sitting in a vehicle, where visitors will learn some interesting facts about wildlife, birds, reptiles, insects, and medicinal uses of local plants, which you may not fully appreciate from the seat of your safari car.

Tanzania Walking Trips

1 Day Safari Walking
1 Day Safari Walking
From$192

This 1 day of safari walking offers a chance to see wildlife, soda lakes, birds, and the highest mountain in Tanzania.