Tours

The incredible hide at Lake Panik   South Africa is one of the most diverse wildlife destinations on Earth. The vast variety of habitats and ecosystems throughout the country are home to a great number of animal species: 299 mammals and 850+ bird species, with a high percentage of them endemic to South Africa. On the whole there are approximatley 1.4 million species of plants and animals throughout South Africa, which when you think the country only covers a mere 2% of the earths surface, you realise the sheer diversity of life here. South Africa harbours 10% of the worlds…
Our 2016 trip was a great success and we have now opened bookings for 2017.Costa Rica is one of the most biologically diverse countries on earth. The amount, and variety of wildlife in this tiny country, which is just the size of Wales, is phenomenal. Costa Rica’s landmass takes up just 0.3% of the Earth’s surface, but is home to a staggering 5% of the world’s diversity. Costa Rica has over 850 bird species, which range from the spellbinding hummingbirds, to the awesome, monkey-eating Harpy eagle. There are 174 species of amphibians, such as poison arrow frogs, and over 200…
Our last trip was a major success as we saw over 120 bird species and had almost point blank views of Iberian Lynx, leaving us with a 100% track record of finding the world's most endangered cat. Join us in 2017 for the next adventure to this magical part of Spain. The first part of the trip is planned to coincide with the Autumn time migrations (especially raptors), where thousands upon thousands of birds head south; leaving their summer breeding grounds all over Europe, to return to the heat of Africa, where they will remain throughout the winter, until the…
Bison herd by our local guide Mateusz Szymura  Shake of those post-Christmas blues and join us on a winter wildlife watching extravaganza in North East Poland, in February 2018, where we’ll be spending two nights based in the primeval forests of Bialowieza, and two nights in the spectacular Biebrza marshes. We’ll be using advanced tracking skills to think like animals as we draw on the extensive knowledge of local guides to track elk, bison, deer, pine martin, racoon dog, wild boar, beavers, otters, and even wolf and lynx. This picturesque, pristine, snowy, winter landscape offers us a wealth of wildlife…

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