From the Big Five to silverbacked Mountain Gorillas, wildlife is the draw on this 16-day safari in Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda where game drives and mountain treks reward with once-in-a-lifetime encounters with animals, both endemic and endangered. Special experiences include You should expect your gorilla trek to be strenuous.
For pristine wilderness, high quality camps and superb rangers, Botswana is the ideal destination. With its boutique, tranquil and remote camps, light aircraft transfers, you may feel like the only travellers in Botswana. This itinerary offers an off the beaten track experience to lesser visited areas of Botswana and Zimbabwe with fantastic wildlife.
Take a journey to the welcoming outpost town of Churchill to view polar bears up-close. Each day you will head out on a bespoke vehicle, known as a Polar Rover, to watch the bears interact. Take photographs as they walk across the ice in front of you and learn about 'bear behaviour' via the in-depth knowledge of our expert guides.
For the adventurer who wants to see as much of Sabah as possible. Get up close and personal with the orangutans at a rehabilitation centre. Explore the caves, take a dip in the crystal clear waters, and enjoy a picnic lunch in the rainforest. Head into the park for a walk through the forest and explore Deer Cave. In the evening go on a walk in search of bats hunting for insects. Enjoy a guided night walk through the jungle.
Set in the heart of the privately owned Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is the beautiful Lewa Safari Camp. It is during this holidays, with the magnificent snow-capped Mt Kenya as its backdrop, that guests can enjoy an unforgettable combination of scenery, hospitality and a plethora of some of Kenya’s most prized wildlife. These wildlife adventures include day and night game drives, guided bush walks, a visit to a prehistoric archaeological site and birdwatching.
Lemurs, wild landscapes, village culture, beaches — Madagascar might be an island but there’s nothing small about it. For those who like to get remote, this isolated island is packed with wildlife, landscapes, and people you’ll find nowhere else. And everybody loves lemurs! An early morning forest walk to get a feel for the incredible wildlife of the area. Stop at Anja Community Reserve, known for groups of ring-tailed lemurs.
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