Walking Safari Activities


Arusha National Park Walking Safari

Arusha National Park is one of Tanzania’s most convenient parks and is a fantastic destination for a day trip and makes for a great beginning or end to any northern circuit itinerary and has variety of ways of exploring the richness inside the park.

One of the ways is through walking safari whereby you will be accompanied by an armed park ranger, you will make your way through the various forest and savannah habitats, observing wildlife from a safe distance. The scents and sounds of the African bush are best experience by foot. Here you’ll be walking alongside wild, freely roaming animals in their natural habitat.

One of the highlights on a walking safari is walking up to the top of Tululusia Hill, a former lookout point during Tanzania’s tribal wars, which has panoramic views of the lower reaches of Arusha National Park.

You will be able to spot the black and white colubus monkey, giraffes and other animals like buffalo, zebra’s, warthog, and blue monkeys. You will also have a great opportunity to spot birds like trogons, starlings, turacos and thousands of migrating flamingos.

This activity takes about 2 hours.


Lake Manyara National Park Walking Safari

Couched between the impressive Rift Valley escarpment and the sparkling waters of the lake, Lake Manyara National Park is a lush little wedge of paradise. Baboons, elephants, zebra, hippos, flamingos, giraffe, monkeys, many types of antelope and the elusive tree lions make for an exciting safari.  Lake Manyara National Park is a true paradise for bird lovers!

You can explore this park by doing a walking safari inside Lake Manyara National Park whereby you will start early or between 7:30a.m. to 06:00p.m. hike down the Great Rift Valley, through a dense ground water forest. View birds, monkeys, bush buck and other forest animals. Immerse yourself in the sounds of the forest while the fresh streams and waterfalls surrounding you.



Lake Manyara Tree Top Walkway

Manyara Treetop Walkway takes you on an adventure through the beautiful forest of Lake Manyara. Walk among the treetops, the experience untouched nature and wildlife from a unique perspective. This 400m canopy walk starts with a short board-walk that gradually rises from ground level up through the canopy of the forest. You walk over a series of suspension bridges with thick netting on the sides and reach a height of 18m off the ground. It offers a unique birds-eye view of the world around you. Enjoy life in the canopy amongst butterflies, monkeys and birds. The average time it takes to enjoy the Treetop Canopy Walkway is approximately 30 minutes to an hour from the time you entered the ground, allow yourself ample time to relax and enjoy the views. 


Ngorongoro Walking Safari on the rim of the crater

This scenic walking safari takes place in the Ngorongoro Conservation area with the largest unbroken caldera in the world; the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater. During this remote walking safari you will explore extinct volcanoes, diverse landscapes, wildlife and meet the local Maasai who live in this area. Immerse yourself in these beautiful highlands, away from the crowds. The views and scenery are truly breathtaking.

Location: Ngorongoro Highlands

Duration: 2 hours



Tarangire National Park Walking Safari

Tarangire National Park is well known for its giant baobabs and elephant. Located just 2 hours away of Arusha town. Here, apart from the game drives that we normally do and people experience we do also have a different activity which is a walking safari. We will be accompanied by a ranger who will be providing information of the flora and fauna present in Tarangire. The walk is normally along the Tarangire river.

Location: Tarangire National Park

Duration: 2 hours