Wildlife adventures which are out of this world
Discover some of the Worlds greatest wildlife destinations, from the mountains of Ecuador to the wilds of Borneo with our experienced and passionate guides. In many places you can experience wildlife in its natural environment, like swimming with sea turtles in the Galapagos or watching giant otters in the wetlands of Brazil. Alternatively, you can gain a deep insight into some of the world’s most iconic species when you visit a sanctuary or conservations centre, here you’ll learn about the latest conservation efforts to protect these amazing animals and also get an opportunity to help with their daily care.
Below are a few of our favourite wildlife experiences we offer:
China – Meet a Chinese natural treasure
Visit the panda research centre in Chengdu. The centre has created a natural habitat for giant pandas and over 20 other rare and endangered species, which are also protected and bred here.
Sri Lanka – Have a night out with a Shy Loris
Take a night expedition led by a local naturalist through a forested nature trail in search of the endearing loris, a nocturnal creature famous for its large eyes and little limbs.
Borneo – Meet the old man of the jungle
Visit the Orangutan rehabilitation centre in Sandakan, which was established to rehabilitate orphan orangutans. One of the highlights is watching the young orangutans on their final stage of rehabilitation play in the outdoor nursery.
Galapagos – Dance with the blue-footed booby
Swim with sea turtles, penguins and reef sharks, and watch the distinctive dance of the blue-footed booby in the Galapagos Islands, the most biodiverse place on earth.
Brazil – Encounter the elusive Jaguar
Set out by boat on an exciting jaguar-spotting adventure along the rivers of the Pantanal wetlands. You might see these beautiful animals, the largest cats in the Americas, on the hunt for caimans or lounging on the riverbanks.
Ecuador – Search for the magnificent condor
Led by a professional mountain guide and crew, take a 5 day trek past volcanoes, and mountain lakes in search of the condor, often referred to as the king of the Andes with a wingspan of up to 10.5 feet.
Malaysia – Bath time for baby
Kuala Gandah’s Elephant Conservation Centre is dedicated to the protection of the Elephas Maximus (Asian elephant). Visitors get to meet these beautiful semi-wild creatures, help to groom them and feed them fruit. Don’t leave without giving the baby elephants a good scrub in the river.
India – Roam with wild elephants
Take a boat safari in the densely forested Periyar National Park. Look out for elephants, wild boar and sambar deer at the water’s edge. The park includes over 1,965 flowering plants, 171 species of grass and 143 species of orchid.