Walking safari Holidays in Tanzania, Hiking & Trekking Explore Tanzania’s wilderness on this cultural walking Safari off the beaten track. Highlights are Tarangire National Park, the Empakaai and Olmoti Craters, the sole active volcano of Tanzania Oldonyo Lengai and the Lake Natron with its huge populations of flamingos and a beautiful waterfall. While exploring the wilderness on game drives by car and by foot, you will have plenty of opportunities to meet different ethnical groups, and you will be fascinated by their knowledge of the nature and traditional way of life Are walking safaris safe? Walking safaris are very safe since all our safari hiking and trekking guides are extremely experienced and competent and so as long as people follow the Rules of Conduct as instructed by the guides, there shouldn’t be any problems. The general rules of approaching dangerous wildlife game is to do so in such a way that doesn’t disturb or stress the animal and to always ensure that it has a clear path to escape. Wild animals have an instinctive fear of man on foot and they virtually always choose FLIGHT, rather than FIGHT when they feel threatened. Should a dangerous situation arise, our guides are more than capable of handling the matter competently concerning walking safari safety. Some of the most famous walking safari destinations in Tanznaia include rhino walking safaris in the Ngorongoro crater rim.