Welcome to Gary Freeman Safaris 

 "To be on foot in areas where Elephant, Buffalo and Lion roam freely is an experience that will never be forgotten. Following fresh tracks in the early morning gives a feeling of expectation that only the bushveld can generate."

Gary Freeman Safaris started in 1993 and is aimed specifically at people - from both South Africa and abroad - who are interested in wilderness walking trails.

These trails are conducted in southern African game reserves where big game is free to roam and where bird watching is always exciting.

The trails were started in the early 1970's by Clive Walker and were successfully run under the auspices of the Wilderness Trust of Southern Africa until 1993.  During this year, the Klaserie Lowveld Trails camp was taken over and the trails continued to operate under Gary Freeman Safaris.

Twelve years later, the trails - especially the Klaserie Lowveld Trail - are still very popular with regular clients returning to enjoy the exhilaration that only the African bushveld can offer.   

Lion Cubs

The objective of the trail is to expose the trailists to the game reserve environment, looking at all aspects, both large and small. Time is spent unraveling the intricacies of the bush and admiring many of the smaller species that would otherwise be overlooked if traveling in a vehicle. Walks are designed around the group requirements and the physical capability of the group.  

Trail duration is from three days to eighteen days with the popular Klaserie Lowveld Trail allowing five days walking in the Greater Kruger National Park bushveld.

Personal packages will require the longer period of time, allowing the visitor to enjoy Botswana and Namibia as a self-drive option. All tours are led by an experienced and qualified guide.

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