Hiking trails, walkings trails & walking safaris on the western side of Kruger National Park
This is a guide for those who are interested in hiking trails and walking trails on the western side of Kruger National park, and want to go on guided walks in Big5 territory. We offer three options, what makes each option different, and some suggestions on how to select the option that is best for you.
All walking and hiking activity discussed here is in the company of an armed ranger, and trained field guide. The intention is to give people an opportunity to see and learn about the ‘small things’ of the bush; as well as maintain quiet so that animals in the area are not scared away. There are a number of hiking and walking trails on offer:
The nature of these types of trails is that it is possible to see the large animals of the area and sometimes, some of the Big5, but it does not always happen this way. Animals are not predictable. Sometimes the most interesting sightings are tiny and obscure. Our guides and rangers keep you informed and help you appreciate this beautiful part of the country.
Hike in Makuya Park – Lodge to Bush Camp to Lodge – The ultimate ‘slackpacking’ safari –
This four-night hiking trail in Makuya Reserve will take hikers from the middle of the reserve where they spend their first night at Singo Safari Lodge, to a bush camp at Pandembile.
The hike then progresses to the Luvuvhu Gorge for a second night of bush camping, and finishes on the fourth night at African Ivory Route’s Mutale Fall’s Camp. (This trail is also available as a backpacking option.)