WALKING SAFARIS
The key is in the gradual nature of your exploration: a progressive immersion where time is marked not by a ticking watch but by the sun’s lazy arc across the sky takes you to a more immediate connection with your surrounds. Your senses thrum to life, widening your perceptive capacities to their fullest function, accentuated by the deep peace and silence of wide open spaces.

For those concerned that hiking sounds like hard work, the pace is set by you, and is punctuated by plenty of stops along the way to discover, learn and marvel at the infinite fascinations you will chance upon. And at the day’s end, creature comforts await: cosy beds, warm bucket showers, and a hearty meal around the campfire as you gaze up at the stars.
Walking takes you further off the beaten track, and off any track entirely… The luxury lies in getting away from cars, people, and any sign of any other humans at all

” We share a home with Hadzabe hunter-gatherers, living completely traditionally and untainted by the touch of the outside world, come and explore the magical terrain as they guide you through the bush they call home..”

“Adventure fly camping yields all the magic of our spectacular location, and gives a glimpse into the wild heart of safari as well as the simple luxuries of all your creature comforts.”

 

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View our walking inspired safari chronicles below

Serian’s lovely lady guides

As they get ready for the pictures, the ladies talk in Maa: they help each other arranging their jewelry, they set the binoculars. So I start with them looking for something over the escarpment, they… Read More

Pyramids of Life – Grass and Rain

Grass and Rain – Set on the short-grass plains, the Southern Serengeti hosts the wildebeest birthing season and all the predator action that dogs this movable feast. Pyramids of Life – Grass and Rain from… Read More

Serian: Time is the Secret

The true secrets of photography are elusive. I’m realising that time, rather than the latest and most expensive equipment, is the key to great shots. After all, even the best of cameras can’t create insightful… Read More

Handmaiden Moths (Ctenuchinae)

Handmaidens are one of the most beautiful diurnal moths and they are easy to observe as they do not fly very far or very fast if they do leave their perch. I have spent many… Read More

Awards & Affiliates

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Photo Credits: Rachel Ambrose, Gerard Ambrose, Andrew Brown, Eliza Deacon, Peter Haygarth, John Moller, Paul Sheen, Angus O'Shea, Roisin Perret, Anup Shah, Manoj Shah & Alex Walker.
Copy by: Robyn-Lee Ghaui
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