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Walking Holidays in Africa

Africa Walking Holidays

Walking is a way of life all over Africa. In Tanzania, the mighty peak of Mount Kilimanjaro stands high above the surrounding plains, issuing a challenge to all trekkers. Elsewhere, the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, the Simien Mountains in Ethiopia and the Drakensberg Mountains in South Africa have culture, scenery and landscapes to rival any range, anywhere in the world.

But one of the extra-special ingredients of an Africa holiday is its wildlife. And within our comprehensive range of Africa walking trips, we have itineraries that include game drives in famed national parks, such as Kruger, and even game walks in private reserves...

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Africa Walking Adventure Holidays

Mt Toubkal Climb

113 reviews

Exhilarating one-week trek to the summit of North Africa's highest mountain

Walking & Trekking
Activity level:
Challenging
Ages: 16+
8 Days from 779 €
Guided (Excl. Flights)
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Mt Toubkal Long Weekend

32 reviews

Conquer Mt Toubkal in a long weekend walking adventure

Walking & Trekking
Activity level:
Challenging
Ages: 16+
5 Days from 649 €
Guided (Excl. Flights)
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Undiscovered Atlas

62 reviews

Trek amongst terraced valleys and oases of Morocco's isolated and remote southwest

Walking & Trekking
Activity level:
Moderate / Challenging
Ages: 16+
8 Days from 899 €
Guided (Excl. Flights)
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Atlas Panorama

92 reviews

Experience Morocco's colourful Marrakech and peaceful mountain walks

Walking & Trekking
Activity level:
Moderate
Ages: 16+
8 Days from 849 €
Guided (Excl. Flights)
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A very enjoyable trip split between cosmopolitan Marrakech and experiencing rural village life
Linda Boscic, 2022 Atlas Panorama

First trip to mountains post Covid. Marrakech was sweltering, mountains were sunny and windy,...

Katherine L, 2022 Mt Toubkal Long Weekend

When I got back I was asked several times ‘did you have a good time / holiday’? It felt like the...

Peter Healy, 2021 Mt Toubkal Climb