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Hiking trips in Africa

Walking in Africa can offer an unrivalled sense of freedom as you venture into some of the most extraordinary landscapes on the planet. Without a doubt, there is no better way to experience Africa’s wilderness than on foot. Hiking can really put you at the heart of where you choose to travel.

Throughout the countries we feature there are some fantastic walking trails. Each country has its specialities, from self-guided trails to more serious overnight hiking. These are trips for those looking to summit mountains, follow winding canyons through the desert or trace epic coastal paths overlooking the ocean. There may be some wildlife, but for those seeking to walk in the bush to spot animals, have a look at our specialist walking safaris.

With a range of options – guided or self-guided, leisurely or vigorous, short or extensive – we can help advise you on the best walking routes on your African holiday.

Our top hiking trips

Cross dramatic mountains, follow desert canyons and trace coastlines. Get inspired for your hiking holiday in Africa.



Kaya Mawa

From Kaya Mawa, on Likoma Island, you can take a gentle stroll through the village to visit the cathedral. Either walking alone, or with a locally arranged guide, Kaya Mawa is good for some light walking in Malawi.


Four Seasons Desroches Island

Desroches Island is also good for walking in Seychelles, offering some beautiful beaches to stroll at your own pace. Most people cycle on the island, with bikes readily available, however you can explore on foot if you wish.


Pumulani

Walking at Pumulani is best with a guide, who can take you along the lake shore, near the hillside and into the nearby villages. For some variety, try the option of kayaking back along the lake after your walk.

Mkulumadzi

Malawi’s Mkulumadzi is a small, smart camp with eight chalets and offers relaxed walking in the Majete Wildlife Reserve, where birdlife is varied and different species, including elephant, buffalo, zebra, black rhino, sable and eland, are often seen.


Sabyinyo Silverback

Only a 20-minute drive from the Volcanoes National Park, Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge is one of the most luxurious lodges in the area. It's well placed for a variety of escorted walks, from short excursions to serious hikes, so is a good bet for walking in Rwanda.


Mountain Gorilla View

Gorilla Mountain View Lodge, close to Volcanoes National Park, is a good-value base from which to take guided walks into the park's rainforests to see the golden monkeys and the mountain gorillas.


Robin Pope mobile

The main activity and key focus of this mobile camp is walking safaris. More an extended nature ramble than a route march or a gruelling hike, they'll stop to marvel at creatures great and small in the context of their natural environment.


Mountain Gorilla View

Gorilla Mountain View Lodge, close to Volcanoes National Park, is a good-value base from which to take guided walks into the park's rainforests to see the golden monkeys and the mountain gorillas.

Nyungwe Top View Hill

Close to the Nyungwe Forest, Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel is an excellent spot for walking in Rwanda. Trek to see habituated chimpanzees and colobus monkeys; explore the treetops high up in the canopy walk; or go on nature walks to find hidden waterfalls.


Pumulani

Walking at Pumulani is best with a guide, who can take you along the lake shore, near the hillside and into the nearby villages. For some variety, try the option of kayaking back along the lake after your walk.

Mkulumadzi

Malawi’s Mkulumadzi is a small, smart camp with eight chalets and offers relaxed walking in the Majete Wildlife Reserve, where birdlife is varied and different species, including elephant, buffalo, zebra, black rhino, sable and eland, are often seen.


Virunga Lodge

Virunga Lodge is one of the top lodges in the area around Volcanoes National Park and certainly has the most spectacular views. Walks along the lakeshore or in the nearby villages are an interesting activity when you are not hiking to see primates in the park.

Nyungwe House

Nyungwe Forest Lodge is a great base for Nyungwe Forest, where visitors can go on guided walks to see energetic colobus monkeys, chimpanzees and a stunning variety of birds.


Mountain Gorilla View

Gorilla Mountain View Lodge, close to Volcanoes National Park, is a good-value base from which to take guided walks into the park's rainforests to see the golden monkeys and the mountain gorillas.

Nyungwe Top View Hill

Close to the Nyungwe Forest, Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel is an excellent spot for walking in Rwanda. Trek to see habituated chimpanzees and colobus monkeys; explore the treetops high up in the canopy walk; or go on nature walks to find hidden waterfalls.

Best camps & lodges for Walking in Africa


Erongo Wilderness Lodge

Erongo Wilderness

The walking opportunities from Erongo Wilderness Lodge rank amongst the best in Namibia. The vast rocky landscape is easily explored on guided or self-guided walking trails and the views are certainly worth the effort.


96% (412 reviews)
BullsPort Lodge and Farm

BullsPort Lodge & Farm

Bullsport Guest Farm, in the Naukluft Mountains, offers fantastic variety for those interested in walking in Namibia. Eight well-marked trails (the Quiver Tree Gorge Trail is our favourite) lead through the farm and surrounding area, with stunning scenery.


89% (191 reviews)
Mountain Gorilla View Lodge

Mountain Gorilla View

Gorilla Mountain View Lodge, close to Volcanoes National Park, is a good-value base from which to take guided walks into the park's rainforests to see the golden monkeys and the mountain gorillas.


87% (114 reviews)
Etendeka Mountain Camp

Etendeka Camp

Etendeka is a great base for walking in Namibia. A normal day at the camp might include a 2–4 hour walk, an afternoon game drive, and possibly a short hike up one of the area's mountains.


96% (115 reviews)
Canyon Lodge

Canyon Lodge

Hiking at Canyon Lodge offers views across the plateau towards Fish River Canyon; in winter (Apr–Aug) the 'morning walk' covers 6km with a knowledgeable guide. For those after gentler walking in Namibia the “sunrise walk” (year-round) may appeal.


90% (101 reviews)
Zebra River Lodge

Zebra River Lodge

Zebra River Lodge is nestled in the picturesque Tsaris Mountains and offers fantastic walking in Namibia. Walks range from 2½ hours to a full day.


91% (94 reviews)
Eagle's Nest

Eagle's Nest

Set in beautiful surroundings, the Klein-Aus Vista reserve is a great place for walking in Namibia. From Eagles Nest, guests have the option of seven self-guided walking trails, ranging from around 4km to just over 20km.


96% (85 reviews)
Mundulea Reserve

Mundulea Reserve

Walks at Mundulea are usually led by Bruno, who we rate as one of the best guides in Africa. His passion for nature and conservation, broad knowledge of topics from geology to local politics, and ability to enthuse you, make for a Namibian walking experience that’s hard to match.


99% (83 reviews)
Fish River Lodge

Fish River Lodge

For those after more serious walking in Namibia, Fish River Lodge offers a 74km guided canyon hike during between Apr– Oct. With an experienced guide and chef, the first night is spent at the lodge, with 3 nights camping and 4 days hiking.


93% (75 reviews)
Luangwa River Camp

Luangwa River Camp

South Luangwa is one of Africa’s best parks for walking safaris. Luangwa River Camp offers these in the game management area, in the park, and between camps in the area, making this a great camp for walking safaris in Zambia.


96% (73 reviews)
Camp Kalahari

Camp Kalahari

It may not be classic walking, but our team rate the Bushman walks at Camp Kalahari as some of the best on offer. The Bushmen explain how they have survived over millennia using knowledge passed down to them through the generations. We found this fascinating.


94% (56 reviews)
Kalahari Red Dunes Lodge

Kalahari Red Dunes

Perhaps the best way to explore and understand an environment is on foot. Kalahari Red Dunes Lodge offers a range of walking experiences in the Namibian wilderness, from short self-guided trails to the guided, overnight “Trans-Kalahari” trail.


91% (49 reviews)
Naboisho Camp

Naboisho Camp

Led by an expert local Maasai guide, the walks at Naboisho offer some fantastic opportunities for walking in Kenya. Here you can explore a part of the Mara Conservancies on foot, learning about the landscape on the way.


98% (48 reviews)
Desert Horse Inn

Desert Horse Inn

Klein-Aus Vista reserve has seven walking trails, ranging from 4km to just over 20km, so makes a good choice for guests interested in hiking in Namibia. Note that April to mid October, when it is cooler, is the ideal time for hiking.


89% (49 reviews)
Rostock Ritz

Rostock Ritz

Rostock Ritz offers some lovely walking in Namibia, with over 60km of self-guided trails of varying lengths and difficulty. Walking here you can enjoy the Namib Desert, gravel plains, mountain ranges and deep canyons.


90% (44 reviews)
Gibb's Farm

Gibbs Farm

Gibb's is well situated for those who enjoy walking. You can choose from guided or unguided walks in the area: a farm walk, a garden walk, a village walk, the Ngorongoro Forest Walk or a farm walk. There are walks to suit all tastes, ages and levels of fitness.


88% (43 reviews)
Thamo Telele

Thamo Telele

Thamo Telele is a great lodge for some gentle walking in Botswana. The trails are well marked and perfectly safe to explore alone, with waterholes for game viewing and a hide if you'd like to sit and take things easy.


85% (39 reviews)
Spitzkoppen Lodge

Spitzkoppen Lodge

Namibia’s Spitzkoppe Massif has long been a fantastic destination to explore on foot. The picturesque mountains, which hide ancient Bushman art, are often accessed via steep paths which, with the opening of Spitzkoppen Lodge, are now much easier to explore


94% (38 reviews)
Tok Tokkie Trails

Tok Tokkie Trails

Tok Tokkie Trails offer a superb package between Mar-Nov of a 3day/2night walk in the NamibRand Nature Reserve. Sleep under the stars, see flora and fauna of the desert landscape and stay at simple overnight camps – a great option for some walking in Namibia.


99% (38 reviews)
Amalinda Lodge

Amalinda Lodge

The landscape around Amalinda is a major attraction for walkers in Zimbabwe. As a bonus, Matobo Hills National Park is one of the few remaining areas in Southern Africa where white rhino can be found relatively easily, and approached on foot.


95% (38 reviews)
Lemala Ngorongoro

Lemala Ngorongoro

Whilst staying at Lemala Ngorongoro it is possible to organise walks in the Crater highlands, whether around the Crater rim, or to Olmoti or Empakaai Crater, these walks will be sure to offer some spectacular scenery.


86% (37 reviews)
Laikipia Wilderness

Laikipia Wilderness

Owned and run by a true bushman with exhilaratingly hands-on instincts, Laikipia Wilderness specialises in phenomenal guided walks. Game drives also often feature walking stops, when you follow tracks on foot where the vehicle cannot reach.


94% (35 reviews)
Waterberg Wilderness Lodge

Waterberg Wild'ss Lodge

The walks at Waterberg focus on the plateau itself, offering views of the superb scenery on the way up and the chance to explore the top. The walks are usually 3-4 hours, and we think they’re well worth the degree of energy and effort required.


80% (31 reviews)
Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge

Sabyinyo Silverback

Only a 20-minute drive from the Volcanoes National Park, Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge is one of the most luxurious lodges in the area. It's well placed for a variety of escorted walks, from short excursions to serious hikes, so is a good bet for walking in Rwanda.


97% (30 reviews)
Mkulumadzi Lodge

Mkulumadzi

Malawi’s Mkulumadzi is a small, smart camp with eight chalets and offers relaxed walking in the Majete Wildlife Reserve, where birdlife is varied and different species, including elephant, buffalo, zebra, black rhino, sable and eland, are often seen.


93% (28 reviews)
Pumulani

Pumulani

Walking at Pumulani is best with a guide, who can take you along the lake shore, near the hillside and into the nearby villages. For some variety, try the option of kayaking back along the lake after your walk.


92% (28 reviews)
Kaya Mawa

Kaya Mawa

From Kaya Mawa, on Likoma Island, you can take a gentle stroll through the village to visit the cathedral. Either walking alone, or with a locally arranged guide, Kaya Mawa is good for some light walking in Malawi.


96% (27 reviews)
Saruni Samburu

Saruni Samburu

Located on the private Kalama Conservancy, Saruni Samburu offers fantastic walking in the surrounding bush. Or join a 5-6- hour hike up nearby Mount Ololokwe for stunning views of northern Kenya’s semi-desert landscape from 1000m above the plains.


96% (25 reviews)
The Highlands

The Highlands

The proximity to the Olmoti and Empakaai Craters makes The Highlands a great choice for walking and hiking in Tanzania, catering for a range of physical abilities.


91% (25 reviews)
Entamanu Ngorongoro

Entamanu Ngorongoro

Entamanu is well located for a variety of highland walks; to Olmoti or Empakaai Crater, or around the Ngorongoro Crater rim. Soak up the wonderful landscapes, whilst you walk with your guide who will tell you all about the local flora and fauna.


96% (23 reviews)
Robin Pope Safaris Mobile Safari Camp

Robin Pope mobile

The main activity and key focus of this mobile camp is walking safaris. More an extended nature ramble than a route march or a gruelling hike, they'll stop to marvel at creatures great and small in the context of their natural environment.


98% (24 reviews)
De Hoop Opstal

The Opstal

There are some stunning ecosystems to be seen at De Hoop Opstal, with few dangerous species around. Hiking trails lead through the rugged Potberg Mountains, coastal dunes, along sandy beaches and pristine rock pools.


88% (24 reviews)
Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

A stay at Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge will allow you the chance to organise a walk in the Crater highlands. These will offer some stunning views and allow you the chance to see some flora and fauna on foot.


88% (23 reviews)
Nyungwe House

Nyungwe House

Nyungwe Forest Lodge is a great base for Nyungwe Forest, where visitors can go on guided walks to see energetic colobus monkeys, chimpanzees and a stunning variety of birds.


98% (22 reviews)
Sarara

Sarara

Sarara offers some more leisurely walking in Kenya, with a well-armed guide through the rocky and forested areas of the Namunyak Conservancy. You can swim in the streams and rock pools, as well as look out for big game and birds.


98% (21 reviews)
Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel

Nyungwe Top View Hill

Close to the Nyungwe Forest, Nyungwe Top View Hill Hotel is an excellent spot for walking in Rwanda. Trek to see habituated chimpanzees and colobus monkeys; explore the treetops high up in the canopy walk; or go on nature walks to find hidden waterfalls.


80% (19 reviews)
Ngorongoro Farmhouse Lodge

Farmhouse Lodge

Spend an extra night at Ngorongoro Farmhouse Lodge to include a day of walking in the Crater Highlands. This is an excellent opportunity to discover to landscape up close and learn about the local flora and fauna with a guide and armed ranger.


88% (17 reviews)
Augrabies Falls Restcamp

Augrabies Restcamp

The Augrabies Falls area is great for walking in South Africa. Take a leisurely stroll next to the gorge, or tackle one of the park’s self-guided nature walks; in some seasons it may be possible to take a self-catered 3 day hike in the gorge.


86% (17 reviews)
Storms River Restcamp

Storms River Restcamp

There are some great self-guided walking options at Storms River. Explore the dramatic coastal scenery, wander through forests on the lookout for tinkering waterfalls and a great variety of flora.


76% (15 reviews)
El Karama Lodge

El Karama Lodge

Joseph Kalau, who has many years of experience, and carries a .458 rifle, leads the game walks at El Kamara ranch. Walks are usually after dawn, or late afternoon, with a vehicle to get to your starting point.


99% (15 reviews)
Grootbos Garden Lodge

Garden Lodge

For gentle walking in South Africa, Grootbos has some stunning flora to explore on foot, and offers guided walks to explore the reserve and coastal areas. Walk at Grootbos to learn about the fynbos ecosystem and explore the ancient Milkwood Forest.


97% (14 reviews)
Virunga Lodge

Virunga Lodge

Virunga Lodge is one of the top lodges in the area around Volcanoes National Park and certainly has the most spectacular views. Walks along the lakeshore or in the nearby villages are an interesting activity when you are not hiking to see primates in the park.


95% (12 reviews)
Island Bush Camp

Island Bush Camp

Island Bush Camp is a simple, remote camp in the far south of Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park that focuses almost entirely on walking safaris, led by expert guides and an armed scout.


100% (13 reviews)
Le Sans Souci

Le Sans Souci

Le Sans Souci Guest House is a great base for walks in the Seychelles with access to the mountains of Mahe Island; routes leading directly from the guesthouse; and the trails in Seychellois National Park are only a short drive away.


93% (12 reviews)
Mumbo Island

Mumbo Island

Mumbo Island is fantastic for waking in Malawi, with lots of well-marked nature trails around the huge granite boulders that cover the island. Some walks lead through heavily forested areas, others to places of interest, or panoramic viewpoints.


98% (10 reviews)
Tongole Wilderness Lodge

Tongole Wilderness Lodge

From Tongole Wilderness Lodge you can explore the rugged terrain of the remote Nkhotakota Wilderness Reserve, with its miombo woodland, rivers and patches of rainforest – an interesting option for walking in Malawi.


90% (10 reviews)
Grootbos Forest Lodge

Forest Lodge

Grootbos is set in the smallest of the world’s six floral kingdoms, the Cape Floral Kingdom, numbering approximately 9,000 species. Explore this unique flora on walks through the reserve or the coastal area, and don’t miss the fynbos ecosystem and ancient milkwood forests.


100% (7 reviews)
Bougainvillea Safari Lodge

Bougainvillea Lodge

Bougainvillea Safari Lodge can arrange guided and self-guided walks in Tanzania, lasting up to three hours, around the beautiful coffee farms in the area. They have a guide who can accompany you if you would like to learn about the coffee farms and Karatu. Currently there's no extra cost for this, although tipping is appreciated.


89% (7 reviews)
Chintheche Inn

Chintheche Inn

The simple Chintheche Inn, owned and managed by Wilderness Safaris, is a relaxed beach lodge on the western shore of Lake Malawi. This northern part of the Malawi lakeshore is very green and lush, dotted with fishing villages and with endless sandy beaches.


86% (7 reviews)
Sarara Treehouses

Sarara Treehouses

With a backdrop of the Matthews Range, Sarara Treehouses offers some excellent opportunities for walking. Accompanied by an armed ranger you can take a gentle stroll through the bush or go on a longer all-day, or multi-day, hike in the mountains.


100% (7 reviews)
Samara Karoo Lodge

Karoo Lodge

For pure bush walking in South Africa, Samara Reserve offers a range of guided options including the chance to track cheetah and possibly rhino, and opportunities for spotting endangered species, like blue cranes and Cape mountain zebras.


90% (6 reviews)
Severin Safari Camp

Severin Safari Camp

It is unusual to be allowed to walk in Kenya’s national parks, but Severin Safari Camp’s four-hour bush-walks enable you to explore Tsavo West National Park with an armed guard. It will need to be booked in advance – ask us for more details.


93% (6 reviews)
Udzungwa Forest Camp

Udzungwa Forest Camp

The accommodation might be simple at Udzungwa Forest Camp, but there are some fantastic walking opportunities in Tanzania’s Udzungwa National Park. These range from short treks of around 45 minutes to those lasting up to seven hours.


83% (6 reviews)
Etendeka Walking Trail

Etendeka Walking Trail

The stunning scenery, expert guiding and raw wilderness experience of the Etendeka Walking Trail promises to be one of the most challenging and rewarding hiking experiences in Namibia.


97% (6 reviews)
La Reserve

La Reserve

La Reserve is a good base to explore the palm forests of Vallée de Mai. With towering trees, streams, waterfalls, and the coco de mer palm, Vallée de Mai is a beautiful place to explore on foot and a great place for walking on holiday in Seychelles.


88% (5 reviews)
Tassia Lodge

Tassia Lodge

The bush camping offered at an extra (approx.) $100 per person per night might appeal to those interested in some more serious walking in Kenya. This gives you a chance to get further into the bush and experience the Kenyan wilderness.


100% (3 reviews)
Campi ya Kanzi

Campi ya Kanzi

Walking in the cloud forest along the peaks of the Chyulu hills is a unique experience that Campi ya Kanzi does particularly well. You drive up and then walk from the grasslands into the majestic, dark forest full of buttress-rooted trees and lianas.


90% (4 reviews)
Chelinda Lodge

Chelinda Lodge

Chelinda offers guided walks through the Nyika Plateau, which focus on the huge range of flora. Chelinda can only be accessed by charter flight, but may appeal to those looking for some more serious walking in Malawi.


100% (3 reviews)
Bontebok National Park

Bontebok National Park

Bontebok NP, on the Garden Route, makes a fantastic base for hiking or walking whilst on holiday in South Africa. There is some amazing flora to be found here, and great birds to be discovered on foot.


90% (2 reviews)
Leleshwa

Leleshwa

Kenya walking holidays usually focus on big game encounters at Leleshwa, which are likely all around the camp. You will be accompanied by an armed guard here. Booking these walks in advance is essential to ensure availability.


90% (2 reviews)
Mutinondo Wilderness

Mutinondo Wilderness

Mutinondo Wilderness has miles of stunning walking trails which lead through verdant woodlands, across clear rivers and past secluded waterfalls. It’s set in a scenic private reserve, ideal for walking in Zambia and with no need for a guide.


100% (2 reviews)
Karisia Walking Safaris

Karisia Walking Safaris

Walking with camels at a relaxed pace (camel-assisted walking) is an ideal way to absorb the landscapes and wildlife of northern Kenya. You can do this for a few hours or several days.


100% (1 review)
Kutazama

Kutazama

Garry, the guide at Kutazama, offers some very informative and engaging walks. Although most visit Kutazama to relax after safari, this is also a great place for less-game orientated walking in Kenya – exploring forests and waterfalls on foot.


100% (1 review)
Shimba Lodge

Shimba Lodge

For those interested in walking on holiday in Kenya, Shimba Lodge offers walks with an armed KWS ranger to explore the forested terrain of the park. You can also swim in the pool at the base of the falls if you fancy cooling off.


80% (1 review)
Galdessa

Galdessa

Galdessa offers some fairly serious bush walks, setting off from from the lodge itself with two armed KWS rangers. These should be booked in advance – ask us for more details!


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Four Seasons Desroches Island

Four Seasons Desroches Island

Desroches Island is also good for walking in Seychelles, offering some beautiful beaches to stroll at your own pace. Most people cycle on the island, with bikes readily available, however you can explore on foot if you wish.


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Ngorongoro Fly-Camp

Ngorongoro Fly-Camp

The Ngorongoro Fly-Camp is an excellent way to get off the beaten track and explore the remote northern rim of the Ngorongoro Crater. There are no roads in this area and you are likely to see few other visitors. Accompanied by an experienced walking guide you will spend two days walking through spectacular scenery whilst keeping an eye out for birds and animals.


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Walking in Botswana

Botswana

The wildlife in Botswana is free to move across the country, which creates ample opportunity for ...

Walking in Kenya

Kenya

Walking safaris in Kenya are a big part of its appeal, with the Mara Conservancies and Laikipia ...

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Malawi

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Namibia offers some of Africa's best walking, from gentle wanders to challenging multi-day hikes ...

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Rwanda

Walking in Rwanda is usually based around the spectacular gorilla tracking in Volcanoes National Park...

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Walking in South Africa

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Zambia

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