"Words can't express how great our safari was and how pleased we were with every detail of our trip. Our guide was very knowledgeable, patient and kind."

~Tony & Corinne, Sydney, Australia. more testimonials

Guided Bush Walk

A guided bush walk offers a kind of intimate safari experience that you just don’t get when traveling in a motorized caravan. As soon as you are on foot in the bush you become a part of it. You literally hear, smell and feel the bush. And viewing a zebra from just a few meters away is infinitely more exciting that what can be achieved from a vehicle. The result is a memory that will last forever.

Our Guided Bush Walks are an eco-friendly way of discovering African wildlife in its natural habitat. Walking tours have very little impact to the ecology while providing one of the best ways to encounter smaller game species in the African wildlife. Are you ready to walk on the legendary Serengeti, explore the valleys of the Great Rift Wall or trek the Lake Manyara flood plains? Our walking tours around the Lake Duluti Forest reserve feature a relaxed hike through gentles hills, African savannah and acacia forests. You will enjoy the stunning scenery, inspiring wildlife and the unique mystique of Africa that is found in only Tanzania.

What to expect:

•Exclusive locations and intimate access to wildlife
• Professional guides and armed escorts
• See wildlife such as wildebeest, zebra, monkey and giraffe
• Learn about birds, tracks, reptiles and insects
• Private luxury tent accommodations
• Meals and catering


 Our Guided Bush Walks are conducted with a qualified guide leading the way and rangers from the national park as an armed escort scout. Fully trained experts accompany each walk to ensure the safety of the entire party. Safaris and You is proud of our excellent safety record and our ability to conduct safe bush walks that allow our guests to get up close with African wildlife. Let us lead you in a life-changing adventure with unforgettable activities and experiences inside
the wilderness zones of the Tanzania national parks. Contact us today to learn more.