Rich in Wildlife HolidaysA hand picked selection of holidays where you are likely to see significant amounts of wildlife in the course of the tour. Without being designated as specialist wildlife holidays intended specifically for wildlife enthusiasts, these holidays will appeal to the traveller who likes to see wild birds, mammals and reptiles up close in their natural environment. Some holidays will have naturalist guides, others will simply be escorted by non-specialist tour leaders with an interest in the natural world. For avid birdwatchers we have a selection of Bird Watching Holidays accompanied by an expert naturalist tour leader.
Sally used to analyse clay in a lab in Stowmarket. Now she lives in St Lucia and strolls down to the beach every morning for a swim. Sally loves the islands incredibly varied terrain and the easy going people. Her relaxed style of leadership reflects this, and she has the happy knack of tailoring the walks to suit all abilities. When we can tempt her over here, she leads in Italy and Greece.
Our Rich in Wildlife Holidays
A journey to the Avenue of the Volcanoes, Spanish Colonial cities and exceptional wildlife reserve.
The combination of Ecuador’s dramatic history and scenic variety make it a colourful, exhilarating place to explore. A journey to the Avenue of the Volcanoes combined with a three-day cruise around and a two-night stay on the Galápagos Islands, our holiday offers the best of this diverse country.
Exploring the rainforests, volcanoes and wildlife reserves of a wonderful diverse country.
Spanning its Caribbean and Pacific coasts, the mountains of Costa Rica divide the country into a variety of distinct climatic zones with a sheer scenic beauty that makes walking Costa Rica particularly enjoyable. This density of wildlife and biodiversity is seen in few other places in the world. The forests are alive with interesting and at times brilliantly coloured creatures.
Unsurpassed walking and wildlife in one of the world’s and most remote places
NEW The Falkland Islands are one of the world's last great unspoilt places. They are a naturalist's dream, unsurpassed for watching seabirds and mammals. Our walking will take us to deserted beaches (except for the penguins) and over open moorland. From the hills and particularly the inter island flights we can enjoy fantastic views; this is a land of big skies and wide horizons.
The lost land of the Incas.
Peru walking holidays offer unsurpassed natural attractions from soaring Andean peaks to the huge depth of the Colca Canyon to the steamy Amazon jungle. Of the man made structures Machu Picchu is merely the most famous of the stunning remains of the pre-Spanish era. The birdlife in particular is incredible and Peru offers the chance to see a fantastic number of species.
An eclectic mix of the best from the southern tip of Africa
NEW South Africa is an unforgettable experience. This holiday allows you to experience what makes South Africa incredible, from the breathtaking scenery and world class cuisine to a glimpse of the big five.
Exploring nature's wonder-land; walking, game viewing and sightseeing in wonderful South Africa!
Explore KwaZulu Natal’s soaring Drakensberg Mountains, the Royal Natal National Park and also enjoy game drives and game walks with rangers, see the daily rural life of a Zulu community and take an unforgettable step back into history - Rorke’s Drift, Fugitives Drift and Spieonkop beckon
Through Zimbabwe, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa.
Take a walking holiday in Southern Africa and explore the entire region. We take you on tour of the spectacular scenery and changing cultures of Zimbabwe, Botswana and Namibia including Victoria Falls, Game Viewing, and Table Mountain.
Wide horizons, breathtaking landscapes and abundant wildlife.
NEW Namibia; a country of magnificent contrasts with three distinct areas, the long narrow coastal Namib Desert, with its high dunes, dry riverbeds and beautifully eroded landscape. The central plateau with its rugged mountains interspersed with sand-filled valleys and endless plains and finally the fantastic red sand dunes of the Kalahari Desert.