From the Arctic to the African Savannah, nothing beats the thrill of being breathtakingly close to some of the world’s most incredible wildlife.

It’s the splash of seawater from a whale’s tail, stepping into a bear’s snowy footprint, canoeing past a Jaguar basking on a riverbank, or waking up to the sound of trumpeting Elephants. They are all wildlife encounters you'll never forget. Then there are the Komodo Dragons in Indonesia and the Orang-Utans of Borneo…

Discover Darwin’s enchanted isles on a Galapagos cruise, look into the amber orbs of a Bengal Tiger in India, or go on safari to catch the Great Migration thundering across the mighty Mara River. 

The word ‘Safari’ is synonymous with Africa, the continent’s pristine wilderness areas are incredibly diverse and shelter a remarkable array of wildlife.

Most conventional safaris are built around two game drives per day with an experienced, professional guide at the wheel and often a tracker. But there are many different ways to experience Africa’s wildlife, from bush walks in Zambia and riding safaris in the Okavango Delta, to hot air balloon safaris over the rolling plains of the Maasai Mara.

For those who love the freedom of a self-drive, South Africa’s Kruger National Park has a network of high quality roads and rest camps which make it the perfect choice for getting behind the wheel and exploring.

For many, the prime attraction of a safari is seeing Africa’s ‘Big Five’ – Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and Buffalo, more seasoned safari-goers may want to trek through the Ugandan rainforest in search of the last remaining Mountain Gorillas, or go Chimpanzee Trekking in Tanzania’s Mahale Mountains.

Whatever your choice we can help you plan and explore….