Walking in the wild Ruaha

Ruaha National Park (Tanzania)

An adventure on foot in one of the most scenic and wildlife-rich parks of East Africa, immersed in the wildest nature and led by the best walking guides.

In the south-eastern part of Ruaha National Park.


3, 5 and 7 days, with walking routes of 10 km per day and variable difficulty.


The tented base camp used for the 3-days itineraries is equipped with 3 tents with a private long drop bathroom and bucket shower, while the light mobile camp used for the 5 and 7-days itineraries is equipped with 3 “igloo” tents with shared long drop bathroom and bucket shower.


Walking safaris and game drives even at night in 4×4 open vehicles.


The park is home to around 80 species of mammals, including buffalo, giraffe, zebra, lesser and greater kudu, leopard, cheetah and African wild dog. It hosts the largest population of elephants in Tanzania, as well as about 10% of the world population of lions. More than 500 bird species have been identified.


During the dry season, from June to October.


The camps accommodate a maximum of 8 people and can be booked on a private and exclusive basis, an ideal solution for families and groups of friends. Ruaha National Park is one of Tanzania’s most remote, pristine and wildlife-rich parks and one of the best in Africa for walking safaris. Walking and sleeping in a tent immersed in such a wild nature, and partially still unexplored, is a unique experience.