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Walking Safari
Walking Safari
Wilderness Trails is a one-of-a-kind mobile safari experience in South Africa. This is one is for the adventurers and nature lovers who are looking for a walking safari experience like no other. A sister camp to Klaserie’s Africa on Foot, Wilderness Trails is designed to offer 3 nights camping in the Maseke Balule Game Reserve, each night in a different location.
Each day is spent walking through the reserve in the Greater Kruger Park, and each night is spent at a new, fully set up mobile campsite in a scenic location. A maximum of 8 guests (sleeping in 4 tents) are taken on the Kruger walking adventure of a lifetime, with plenty of stops en route. A professional trained guide and tracker team will lead an informative, thrilling, and unforgettable walk in the wild. 
This is a mobile safari camp; meaning nothing in the camp structure is permanent. It is designed to be set up and broken down with ease and having as little impact on the environment as possible. The dome tents are pitched on the ground and a temporary fire pit is dug on arrival, and covered up prior to departure.
There is also a ‘mess tent’, which is a canvas construction to house the kitchen, food prep, and washing up facilities. This is where the private chef will work to prepare those fire-cooked meals you will enjoy under the stars in the evening. A dining table is set every evening, and in the mornings to offer up coffee and rusks before departure.
The camp is an intimate setup, designed for the group to socialise around the fire in the evenings, and enjoy the natural ambience of the bush.

You’re on the move all day, and turn in to a classic dome-style safari tent, pitched on the ground, and equipped with comfortable swags/mattresses and suitable bed linen. Zip in and out of these two-sleeper tents and enjoy the sounds of the wild around you.

The campsites are entirely mobile, leaving no trace behind each day when the location is changed. The ground team will break down the tents and pitch the camp in the day’s new location, so that when guests arrive after an adrenalin-fuelled day in the bush, their tents, bush bathrooms, and bucket showers are ready and waiting.

The idea behind this eco-trails experience is for guests to discover details of the Kruger Park on a far more intimate level, and to learn from the experts as you tread carefully among the wildlife. The environment is completely cared for through the eco-friendly and low impact nature of the campsites.