Kasanka National Park, Zambia

Having first visited Kasanka National Park in the late 80’s (and many times since!), it was a pleasure to return there once again in November to experience the incredible sight of millions of fruit bats migrating.

After arriving in to Lusaka on the SAA flight from Johnannesburg I had lunch and began the drive north-east to Kasanka NP. Heading out of Lusaka - which has grown noticeably since I was last here - was slow going, but then it generally is. Trucks heading north to the copper belt seemed to be… Read on


Kalahari or Bust

Botswana is a huge country with some of the world’s finest nature reveres and a fearsome reputation in terms of conservation. It was probably the first country to ban trophy hunting, it has always kept its tourism pricing high in order to keep numbers low and it has maintained an outstanding record when it comes to guides and guiding.

Add into the mix that years ago I read a captivating book by two young researchers (Mark and Delia Owen) called Cry of the Kalahari and it was a no-brainer from my point of view… when I was planning one of our small collection of group departures to southern Africa at the beginning of last… Read on


Huge savings on Antarctic voyages

A visit to Antarctica’s emperor penguin colonies is a magical experience, and we have some fantastic offers for single travellers on board Ortelius this winter.

See them by helicopter in the Weddell Sea, where you can save over £4,000 in a single cabin, departing on 25th November 2014.  Even greater savings can be had on our 30-night expedition to the Ross Sea on 11th February 2015 – the single cabin supplement has been reduced by almost… Read on


Save up to £1,900 on an Arctic voyage

For anyone wanting to experience a different kind of summer this year, we have some great offers on trips to Spitsbergen, where the days seem to last forever. You can expect to find breathtaking landscapes and spectacular wildlife, including huge colonies of seabirds, seals, walruses, whales, Arctic foxes and – most memorable of all – polar bears.

On our Spitsbergen, Greenland & Iceland trip, travelling on 31st August on board the Ortelius, prices have been reduced by up £1,900. For single travellers, there is no single supplement on the 27th July departure of one our most popular itineraries, Around Spitsbergen, also… Read on


Save £300 on a Just Conservation trip in South Africa

Join a research team in KwaZulu-Natal and get involved in a conservation project to protect black and white rhino, as well as leopard, in Somkhanda Game Reserve.

This is a great opportunity for hands-on participation, tracking on foot and using camera traps to identify movement patterns and monitor individuals. We are offering up to £300 per person off the flight inclusive price of our Rhino & Leopard Survey departing on 12th September… Read on


Save £500 on a wildlife photography trip in the Pantanal

Take advantage of a £500 saving and join acclaimed prize-winning photographer Nick Garbutt in the Pantanal to watch and photograph wildlife in this still relatively unknown and unexplored area.

The Pantanal supports a breathtaking array of species and September is the prime time to see jaguar. With the chance to get deeper into the wilderness with several nights onboard a floating boat lodge and with travel distances kept to a minimum, you will enjoy the very real possibility of seeing and… Read on


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