Nomad Tanzania, has recently designed and launched an old-school mobile camp for travellers to venture into the most remote areas of Tanzania on foot.

The Expeditionary Walking Camp will open in Ruaha during July and August, allowing guests to combine a safari walking experience with time in its wilderness bush camp, Kigelia, creating a unique expedition combination.

Nomad Tanzania said, “Our commitment to the untamed wilderness has always been epitomised through the art of walking safaris – stripping away all the excesses and exploring the quieter corners on foot. Our Expeditionary Walking Camp is designed with mobility and exploration at its core, allowing guests to fall off the map for a few days in hand-picked walking areas at the best time of year, across Tanzania.”

The walking safaris programme covers regions less trodden in the Serengeti, Ruaha and Ugalla on the following dates:

Serengeti: November to June (Eastern Serengeti: November to February; Eastern Serengeti and Gol Mountains: March to April; Western Serengeti: May to June).

Ruaha: July to August.

Ugalla: September to October.

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