Zululand Walking Safaris is a guided trails walking company based in Zululand and operate from the Leopard Mountain Game Lodge, a 25,000ha BIG 5 Rhino Reserve.

With their small team of guides they pride themselves in being able to offer an unforgettable wildlife experience with personalised service, and seeing the Big 5 up close on a walking safari.

Various packages are available that can be adapted to suit specific requirements.

  • Primitive Trail – you carry all your own equipment and personal items, and get to sleep out under the stars
  •  Semi-Primitive Trail (Slack Packing) – you still get to sleep under the stars but carrying only a day pack with lunch and personal items, the rest of the equipment being transported for you from camp to camp
  • Full Day Trails – A full days walking with a long break over lunchtime , all you need is your day pack
  • Half Day Trails – If your time is limited, choose from either a morning or afternoon
  • Lodge Based Trails – Either based at one lodge with day walks or walk from lodge to lodge, spending each night in a different location

This is a great way to get the whole family involved, or even for corporate team building, offering a unique opportunity to create a lifetime of memories.

Visit www.zululandwalkingsafaris.com for more information.

2 thoughts on “Zululand Walking Safaris

  1. To Whom it may concern,
    I am not sure who to contact, please may you pass this message on to th erelevant person. I am a qualified Fugasa Level one guide, with many other courses under my belt. I am currently working in a big 5 reserve, however i am looking to better my experiences. Do you have any jobs availiable ? i can send through my cv and a complete list of my qualifications.

    Thank you so much for your tim and i look forward to hearing from you.
    Kind Regards
    Graham Adams

    1. Hi Graham

      This site is dedicated to promoting Zululand and the various attractions in the area, and is not a tourism operator as such, so we would not be able to assist with your request. I would suggest trying to contact any one of the operators or lodges in the area with your CV.

      Good luck with your future career in the exciting world of tourism.

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