Walking safaris offer a chance to explore the finer details of South Luangwa’s landscape. It’s a contrast to the larger-than-life sightings of a game drive, allowing you to appreciate the smaller, often unnoticed, aspects of nature. As you walk, your guide points out the tracks and signs of smaller creatures, revealing a world of intricate flora, birdlife, and insects. It’s a chance to observe the subtle beauty of a spider’s web covered in dew, or the clever camouflage of a chameleon amidst the leaves. You might find yourself fascinated by the vivid colors of a butterfly, or mesmerised by the graceful presence of a centuries-old baobab tree.