Tanzania holidays: Where to go walking in Tanzania
In Tanzania, the walking is especially good in the area surrounding Ngorongoro Crater, ranging from self-guided walks around coffee farms to guided forest walks. Experienced walkers can enjoy strenuous but stunning walks up to the crater rim, as offered by Gibb's Farm.
If you'd like to combine walking and game viewing, experience Africa's big predators at close range, or track chimpanzee with skilled guides, please see our ideas for walking safaris in Tanzania.
Below are our recommendations for the best camps and lodges for walking in Tanzania. Read more about them by clicking on the names or images.
Our 3 favourite camps & lodges for walking in Tanzania
Bougainvillea Safari Lodge|90% (8 reviews)Bougainvillea can arrange guided and self-guided walks, lasting from about 30 minutes 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 and, currently, there’s ... More about Bougainvillea Lodge
Gibb's Farm|87% (36 reviews)Gibb's is well situated for those who enjoy walking. You can choose from several 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. More about Gibbs Farm
Udzungwa Forest Camp|75% (4 reviews)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. More about Udzungwa Forest Camp