Safari trails are the best way to personally and physically interact with the African wild. Game walks give guests the opportunity to get up close to a variety of animals, as well as learn more about their instincts, behaviour and tracks. During safari trails, participants will be educated on the local fauna and flora including birds, different types of grass and trees.
Mulati Safari Camp offers a variety of daily bush walks – led by qualified and experienced rangers or trackers - catering for experienced as well as novice walkers. All safari trails start daily after breakfast and vary between a relaxing hour-long casual walk to a challenging, yet highly satisfying, overnight circuit. With the latter, participants get to sleep out in the African bush and fully appreciate the wonders of the African wild. Overnight sleeping arrangements are prepared on the camp’s renowned wooden sun deck which will also be pre-equipped with meals and beverages to make the stopover comfortable, enjoyable and safe.
Safari rules and precautions:
- Visitors are strictly forbidden to leave the camp and walk alone.
- Overnight circuits must be booked in advance.
- As a safety precaution, only individuals older than 16 can participate in the safari trails (bush walks). Mini-bush walks, led by a ranger or tracker around the camp, are available to those younger than 16.
- Guests over the age of 60 are required to submit a medical certificate confirming they are in good health.
- Participants must wear closed, comfortable shoes and neutral coloured clothing.
- The ranger/tracker will use his discretion concerning anything that could pose a threat or jeopardise the safety of guests. These include the degree of fitness of an individual, agility and physical restrictions. (As stipulated by FGASA - Field Guides Association of SA)