For example, we will drive along until we pick up recent tracks of say an elephant. Once the trackers determine that it is fresh track and we have a good chance of finding the animal, we head off on foot and track through the bush, following footprints, droppings and broken tree limbs where the elephant has fed. Once we locate our animal, and depending on how the animal is behaving, we get up close for a photograph. The tracking of big game on foot is conducted like an old time hunting situation; there is tracking, stalking, reading the bush and hard work. However you are using a camera instead of a rifle to record your experience.
All these walks are conducted with safety for you and the comfort of the animal being the priority. If the animal is showing signs of distress or aggression we immediately back off. Remember there will always be another adventure.
During your walking safari you will be accompanied by an experienced tracker and guide who is armed. The level of the walk is gauged on your comfort level.