Tanzania Walking Safari
A Tanzania Walking Safari is a unique and exhilarating way to experience the breathtaking natural beauty of Tanzania’s national parks and reserves. Unlike traditional safari tours, on a walking safari, travelers slowly explore the wilderness on foot while accompanied by experienced guides. This allows for more intimate and immersive experiences with the wildlife and ecosystems of Tanzania.
Discover the Magic of a Tanzania Walking Safari
Tanzania Walking Safari takes you through the diverse landscapes of the Ngorongoro Highlands with its volcanic features. From grassy plains and dense mountain forest to the savannah of the Great Rift Valley. You will experience unique landscapes, beautiful wildlife and an insight in the life of the famous Maasai people who inhabit the area. This trek gets you closer to nature than ever before.
What if we told you that you could trek across one of the most stunning landscapes in the world, climb an active volcano, walk alongside heards of Thomson’s gazelle and zebras and camp amongst traditional Maasai tribe. The Ngorongoro Conservation area is truly a spectacular place, holding many of the earliest human ancestral fossils; it offers visitors the chance to be witness to one of the most unique ecosystems on the planet.
Hiking enthusiasts will love this seven-day trek. For those with a high level of fitness, the steep paths and steamy atmosphere of the Ngorongoro Highlands provide an exciting way to see Tanzania’s most beautiful conservation area far from the tourist crowds. Your tour will also include game drives in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and at beautiful Lake Natron.
Tanzania Walking Safari Offers
The Ngorongoro Highlands are one of our favorite places in Tanzania to hike. This unique ‘off the beaten track’ location offers spectacular scenery through the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area highlands, forest walks, mountains, craters, Maasailand and the Rift Valley. The scenery here cannot be compared with anywhere else in the world combined with the fact that these are quiet areas with mainly the local Maasai inhabitants who coexist with wildlife in harmony, making this must visit place for adventure travelers.
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