A walking safari is an adventurous activity where guests embark on slow paced, guided walks with the primary objective to explore different wildlife species along the bush. The small details that are overlooked on game drives become more apparent from the slower pace and lower angle of being on foot.
WHAT IS A WALKING SAFARI?
Basecamp walking safaris are led by experienced and professional Maasai guides through a rich wildlife area. By walking with the Maasai, guests will get an authentic insight of the bush rather than simply observing it. African walking safari duration depends on guest’s preference varying from 2 hours to several days walking at a leisurely pace while exploring the open plains as well as the bush.
Mara Naboisho Conservancy is a pristine wildlife territory with spectacular scenery. It is also one of the few places within the greater Mara that allows walking safari adventures hence guests get to experience an exclusive safari adventure.
While on walking safaris, there are high chances of encountering large game animals like lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, buffalo as well as hyena, hippo, giraffe, zebra and a whole lot of other wildlife. The possibility of experiencing the world on their terms is quiet an exciting feeling.