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Walking

Inspire Me

I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in,” said naturalist, John Muir. We couldn’t agree more, often finding on our journeys, that walking is the best way to discover the heart of the place.
 
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Home of the Walking Safari
Zambia’s Luangwa Valley is the birthplace of the walking safari, pioneered by the legendary Norman Carr. There’s no other way you’ll feel closer to the natural world than when you walk with a guide by day and sleep in a bush camp by night.
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Ultimate walking Safari
Zambia is the home of the walking safari: it was pioneered by Norman Carr in the South Luangwa. The guides Norman trained are still leading their guests on extraordinary, informative bush walks, and you’ll find that their knowledge of the bush and its wildlife is second to none.
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Inca trails
In Europe it’s said, all roads lead to Rome, but in Peru, the same is true of Machu Picchu. The Inca road system running through the Andes was the most extensive and sophisticated in South America, totalling some 40,000 km. We can take you in the footsteps of Incas opening the landscapes and cult...
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Trekking in Bhutan
Bhutan’s spectacular Himalayan landscapes, rich flora and fauna, and colourful prayer flags and chortens, a traditional Bhutanese shrine, make for a superb trekking destination. You don’t have to be particularly fit to enjoy a short hike in the mountains, though there are some superb multi-day tr...
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Hiking and Adventure
Great adventures start with a single step. This is especially true in Namibia, where you can explore the vast, diverse landscapes on foot, entering into the wildernesses of mountains and valleys, discovering ochre deserts and their contrasting emerald oases.