A Serengeti safari at its rawest and best

Alex Walker’s flycamping safaris delve deep into previously inaccessible parts of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park

Alex Walker’s Serian takes its flycamp safaris to remote parts of northern Tanzania
Alex Walker’s Serian takes its flycamp safaris to remote parts of northern Tanzania | Image: Soliman Han Ma

Alex Walker’s way-off-the-grid flycamping safaris across east Africa have earned him a reputation as one of the most thoughtful and astute ambassadors of the bush – a purveyor of places and moments of immense silence and beauty in equal measure.

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This summer sees his outfit, Alex Walker’s Serian (serian.com; two-day fly safaris, from £870), taking its estimable game into previously inaccessible parts of northern Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park – areas hitherto set aside primarily for rhino breeding. Following the same general shape and intents as his “Route to the Sole” itineraries, days are spent walking in contemplation of nature, in the often total absence of human civilisation. This is the unadulterated bush at its rawest and best.

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