With its many nature parks and rugged coasts, South Africa is a walking destination par excellence. In many nature parks, hiking trails have been set out and you can usually purchase a map and, if necessary, a permit from reception or the park’s entrance gates. A walk with nature guide is also possible upon request. Our travel consultants are happy to inform you about this.
Bush walk safari
Bush walks are also organized in some game parks. You will be led by one or more rangers on foot in a wild reserve. Spotting wild animals during a walk is very exciting but certainly a once in a life time experience.
Because it is very important – especially for your own safety – that participants in bush walk safaris follow instructions from rangers properly and do not make unexpected movements, bush walks are only accessible to participants aged 18 and over.
If you cannot miss a walk during your trip, take a look at the excursions and lodges below.
- Kololo Game Reserve: walks between non-dangerous wildlife in the malaria-free Waterberg region.
- 3 day safari ‘Out of Africa‘ (ER 151): every morning and afternoon you can go on game drive or bush walk with rangers in the big five Timbavati reserve.
- Antbear Guest House: various walks have been plotted from the lodge in the Drakensberg.