Walking safaris are an excellent way to experience the bush, with all the sights and smells and intrigue that comes with picking your way through the landscape on foot. But, this is wild country, and it is imperative to be accompanied by an excellent guide and an armed ranger. All of the best lodges in the south and west offer superb guided walks, as will some beyond the National Park boundaries and in concession areas in the north. All walking safaris will require suitable footwear, and generally, you are advised to wear subtle colours of the bush and long trousers. In 2014, Tanzania welcomed its first walking-centred camp, Kichaka. Run by Andrew ‘Moli’ Molinaro, undoubtedly one of Tanzania’s finest guides, this is a massive operation – ideal for adventure seekers and veteran safari goers.