Stirring experiences accompanied by the world’s best guides
In most wildlife destinations, the fauna and flora change dramatically from season to season and we need to know what each client is looking for on their holiday in order to deliver the best chance of seeing inspiring wildlife in its natural habitat. This is where our independence is so important- we can choose the place to stay which is right for every client, with a knowledge and objectivity that is unparalleled.
Whilst the comfort of a lodge, camp or hotel (or even boat) is always important on a luxury wildlife holiday, it is the guide which makes the difference. In all of the regions we work in throughout the world, securing the most inspiring guides is our highest priority. These are the people who will introduce you to the country, the ones who allow you to see the real soul of the place you are visiting. Nowhere is this more important than on a wildlife holiday, where the guides we choose not only inspire you with their vast knowledge and thrilling stories but through their highly-skilled and intricate tracking.
getting it right every time
Your Destination Expert will build a relationship with you and a nuanced understanding of what you want from your holiday.
Once we know you, we can match our years of specialist knowledge to you and begin designing your extraordinary trip.
We will continue refining your itinerary adding in those special touches and leaving no stone unturned to make sure that every day is spectacular.
From the moment you leave home, we will be on hand to ensure a totally seamless experience.
"In the jungle I saw inter alia 53 bird species. The alia included 7 monkey species, a couple of anacondas, a boa constrictor and numerous unlikely insects, not least a staggeringly lovely iridescent morph butterfly at the end of its life. After that, in the northern Sierra, coastal plain and Galapagos, I saw another 73 bird species (my father would be envious) together with multitudinous mammals, fish and reptiles, including the famous and stuffed Lonesome George."