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Ultimate walking Safari

Explore by way of your own two feet

The world seems to slow down when you explore it on foot. It’s not just that you are moving at a slower pace, but you have the time to appreciate the small details which would normally pass by in a blur. This is a fabulous way to discover the wilderness with older children; there’s always something new to see.

There’s nowhere better for a walking safari than Zambia, and the experiences in South Luangwa National Park are the best. At almost every lodge and camp there’s the opportunity for an early morning walk, learning about the three Ps: prints, poo, and plants! Keen walkers who really want to get beyond the beaten track can also opt for a multi-day hike
 
The Nsolo Walking Trail links multiple camps. Base yourself first at Luwi Camp, next to an oxbow lagoon, then set out on your great adventure. Traverse the park with your private guide, looking for roan antelope, reedbuck, and eland. You’ll travel with a small support team who will set up a mobile camp for you each night, so you’ll always stay in the most convenient, most idyllic location.