Smell, touch, hear and taste every little detail of nature’s miracles
Ah to stretch your legs. To get the heart rate pumping. To bend down and feel the sand with your fingers. To feel the grass brushing on your legs. To be meters away from herds of plains game. To be able to hear the crackling of the bushveld leaves, to hear the chorus of birds chirping, to hear the distant cry of a vulture without the constant chugging of the safari vehicle. To smell the territorial markings of various animals. To smell the fresh rain as it falls to the earth. This is what safari bush walks are all about. Learn how to track animal footprints, to identify dung, to learn which animals have been grazing by studying the way the grass has recently been mowed. This is just a small sample of the benefits of walking safaris. It offers a welcome relief from sitting stagnant all day on a game viewer and is therefore extremely popular with our guests.