Walk in the footsteps of the San in Botswana, or venture on a guided walking safari in the Greater Kruger. A new perspective awaits.
Our private concession in Botswana offers a very special opportunity to walk in the wilderness with Bushman guides. This level of authenticity is hard to come by, offering an immersive and educational experience in the Kalahari basin.
In our Greater Kruger concession, professional trails guides lead morning and afternoon walking safaris in Big Five territory. Trails are designed to offer a different perspective and uncover animal signs of the bush.
Our private concession in Botswana offers a very special opportunity to walk in the wilderness with Bushman guides. The experience is offered to guests staying at Mankwe Bush Lodge. The activity starts with a short drive to a special location from where guests will set off on foot in the expert hands of local guides whose ancestors have lived off the land for thousands of years.
This level of authenticity is hard to come by, but the Kalahari basin of Botswana is the original home of the first people. This bush walk is a two to three-hour amble through the wild concession, offering an immersive and educational experience. Guides will demonstrate how their tribal people historically hunted, foraged, and utilised elements of the natural landscape for shelter, fire, nourishment and medicinal purposes.
Our walking activity in the Greater Kruger is a traditional safari-on-foot experience whereby guests will be led by specially trained and qualified trails guides through wild, Big Five territory. This experience can be humbling and tranquil, or it may be full of excitement and adrenalin.
The aim of this walking safari is to give curious and adventurous guests a closer look at the tracks and signs left behind by wild animals and to learn about the indigenous trees and their traditional uses. There is the opportunity to view wildlife on foot while remaining undetected, which is an awe-inspiring and unforgettable experience.