Go to Navigation


You look up and there they are; proboscis monkeys. Your sense of wonderment is replaced by a question. Why do they have such big noses?

Sometimes there’s time to take a photograph. Sometimes it’s enough to stand and stare. Sometimes, especially if you’re looking at a wild orang-utan or a gorilla, you may have the feeling that you yourself are the curiosity being stared at.

The sense of wonderment you experience when you first see life in the wild is why you’re there. But, for true nature-lovers, that is not quite enough. You also need to know. Why are some primates silver-backed, and others orange? How do cuttlefish communicate? Which individual starts a mass migration?

Taking a safari holiday isn't the only option when you want to get close to the natural world. Talk to our experts about a tailor-made wildlife holiday and your itinerary will take you to the most biologically diverse and breath-taking places imaginable.

But you won’t be alone. You’ll be accompanied by experienced guides and often, by qualified naturalists who specialise in different areas. Ready to answer all your questions.

Talk to people who know, about tailored wildlife tours.

Latest luxury travel news

'Blissed out in Brazil' - The Daily Mail

''This serene retreat does tranquility and beauty like nowhere else on earth'' ''An extraordinary beautiful and tranquil spot, one which somehow has managed to remain off the radar of discerning British travellers despite occupying a privately... Read more

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • Google Plus
  • Stay in touch with us

Want to be the first to know?

Sign up to our monthly travel newsletter, where our experts will send you the latest insider ultimate travel news. We'll never share your details with any other organisations.

This site uses cookies. Find out more on our cookie policy. By continuing your visit you agree to such use.