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Australia’s Nature Coast

Australia’s Nature Coast is full of surprises, but perhaps none more so than its incredible diversity of flora and fauna. Most people are quick to point out the world-famous beaches, but the immense variety of natural wonder astounds both locals and visitors alike. Just a few kilometres from the busy coastal towns, you’ll discover nature bursting with colour, intricate textures and evocative sounds and smells.

Let us introduce you here to the places you can discover, or view our calendar of wildlife events for the region. The Blackall Range Around 90 minutes drive north of Brisbane, the Blackall Range is one of the most dramatic terrains in Queensland, where you can enjoy spectacular views of… Read on

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Guyana: The Hidden Corner of South America

Recently, I was lucky enough to be part of a group who set out to experience the natural wonders of Guyana and to learn more about its huge variety of wildlife, its enchanting landscapes and its brand of community-based ecotourism.

As anyone would be, I was both excited and slightly apprehensive before heading off to Guyana. Yet, I seem to remember in the weeks before I left I spent much of my time pointing out to family and friends exactly where the country was. When trying to find Guyana many would start looking in Africa… Read on

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India Revisited, India Rejuvenated

I grew up with images of Kipling’s Jungle Book dancing through my mind, so for as long as I can remember India and its wildlife has been woven into the fabric of my psyche. I experienced the magical ambience of an Indian forest for the first time in 1993: the early morning mists, shafts of light through the trees, the glorious palette of golds, ochres, oranges and greens and the intense charged excitement when alarm calls of monkeys and deer broke the silence, triggering forest inhabitants into high alert. This is when I saw my first wild tiger.

I subsequently enjoyed many trips to India, relishing its unique atmosphere and broad diversity of wildlife and I was fortunate to have numerous magical encounters with tigers, some perhaps my most memorable wildlife experiences. But over the years, as parks became more crowded and over-regulated… Read on

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Discover Wildlife series

Featuring presentations from our staff, as well as guest speakers from around the world, these evenings will appeal to anyone who has an interest in wildlife and travel. You’ll have an opportunity to meet our team and share your experiences with like minded travellers who share your passion.

From Edinburgh to Chichester and York to Norwich, we will be visiting all corners of the UK this winter. The evenings are completely free of charge, so take a look at our schedule of events (below) and choose the nearest to you. Book for one or more of these events.… Read on

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Cruising into Canada’s wilderness

The pleasures of small-ship cruising are highlighted on a cruise to Canada’s spectacular Pacific Rim, where whales, wolves and spirit bears roam.

"Whales on the starboard bow” came the cry from the Island Roamer’s all-weather cockpit, focusing our attention on two sunlit columns of drifting spray. The cruise had promised whales and bears, and here we were, barely an hour after setting out from the remote coastal settlement of… Read on

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Free seaplane excursion in Quebec

Book a wildlife trip to Quebec next summer and get a free seaplane excursion in Tadoussac.

Flying over the mouth of the Saguenay Fjord and the St. Lawrence Estuary, you’ll have a birds eye view of Tadoussac and its stunning bay, ranked among the 30 most beautiful in the world.  The flight will take you over forests and lakes, allowing you to view whales, bears and moose… Read on

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