The way we travel means you’ll see wild creatures in their natural, unspoiled habitat. And that’s the way we leave them.
Whether you’re travelling in the company of one of our foremost birders, watching condors wheel high over the Andes. Or walking across an extraordinary Jurassic landscape in Madagascar. Or watching lemurs in a rainforest. Or trekking a pride of hunting lions across one of the great plains of Africa. Or even following in the footsteps of Scott and Shackleton across Antarctica – you can be sure of two things.
You will be treading lightly, to have as little impact as possible on sensitive environments. And your experience and understanding will be considerably enriched by being accompanied by an expert naturalist, explorer or local guide.
Talk to our consultants about joining one of our spectacular wildlife tours, or have us tailor-make itineraries for your particular group.
(2 - 15 November 2014)
This tour will concentrate on the Masai Mara, regarded by many as the finest game-viewing area in Kenya, with an optional extra to delve into Northern Kenya.Read more
(1 - 15 September 2015)
Join Nick Van Gruisen and the author and journalist Graham Boynton, who grew up in Zimbabwe on a trip of a lifetime.Read more
Arctic & Antarctica
Europe, Russia, & Central Asia
(24 - 31 May 2015)
Discover the natural wonders and wildlife of Iceland's stunning landscape with expert guide Andy Bunten.Read more
(18 February -4 March 2015)
Discover the stunning landscapes and wildlife of central India with expert Charles Fraser.Read more
(27 February – 9 March 2015)
Explore the remote Brahmaputra River and surrounding areas of north-east India with Nick & Iris Van Gruisen.Read more
(19 June - 2 July 2015 Extension: 1 - 5 July 2015)
Discover the stunning wildlife and landscapes of Brazil's Pantanal with the optional extra of heading to the Iguazu Falls, all under Mike Mockler's expertise.Read more
(7 - 22 Oct 2015)
Explore the least inhabited area of the Amazon Basin, followed by the remarkable wetlands of Mato Grosso in the northern Pantanal.Read more