That line from Lou Reed’s brilliant album Transformer had a rather different connotation to that which I am talking about here.
A walk on the wild side in Africa, specifically Tanzania in this case with Wayo Africa, offers the visitor the following:
On foot you are a participant in the world of wildlife; in a vehicle, you are merely a spectator.
You can visit remote areas in solitude, away from the crowds.
You will see, feel, hear and smell the wildlife and the bush.
You walk on the same path as elephants, lions, buffaloes and other wildlife.
You feel the excitement of encounters with wildlife first hand.
You learn how to observe wind direction, to read animal tracks and to understand animal behaviour.
You will learn about the Little Five; the Buffalo weaver, the ant lion, an elephant shrew, a rhino beetle and a leopard tortoise are every bit as fascinating as those bigger critters.
Contact me, Sandy Wood, to experience a walking safari for yourself.