There is something about a walk in the wild.
Sensations are plentiful: the solid sound of your feet landing on the eternal African earth, the tickle of the savannah grass against your fingers, and the feeling of the rough grooves left in a tree by an elephant’s tusk. You are not only seeing wild animals, but actually trekking through their world.
Led by your knowledgeable guide, who knows what you’ll see? You may spot a mother giraffe and her calf loping along in unison, or zebras grazing in the morning sunshine. The silence is complete… it’s as if you are walking in a cathedral, its vault the blue firmament above, its altar the panorama of primeval beauty all around.