We have just come to the end of our latest series of Discovery Evenings which took us all over the country, from Maidstone to Manchester, and provided the opportunity to meet some wonderful people. Presentations focused on Namibia, wildlife photography, conservation trips and the incredible world of migrating animals.
Dates and venues for our next Discover Wildlife series, which will take place in the summer and autumn, will be announced very soon. These sociable evenings are a great opportunity to meet like-minded wildlife and travel enthusiasts, share stories, meet our team and enjoy some… Read on
Our first newsletter of 2014, a bumper edition, is hot off the press. We hope you enjoy reading it and feel sure you will be inspired by the content – whether you are interested in seeing jaguars in Brazil, grizzlies and polar bears in Canada, or majestic tigers in India. Read about our programmes dedicated to sustainable conservation projects, and a variety trips to experience wildlife on foot – giving you a completely different experience.
For anyone interested in photography, peruse our range of specialist trips with acclaimed wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt – departures operate throughout 2014 to destinations such as Borneo, Brazil and - closer to home - Sweden. Or perhaps you’d like some ideas for a… Read on
Simply book a Wildlife Worldwide holiday in January, February or March 2014 and you will automatically be entered into our New Year prize draw
Terms and Conditions
The prize consists of a pair of Swarovski 8 x 30 CL Companion binoculars.
There will be one prize draw winner from all bookings taken within the promotional period.
The prize will be awarded to the lead name on the booking.
There will be one entry per… Read on
Dave and Jeanette Bax recently travelled with Wildlife Worldwide to South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. This was their sixth trip to the area, and it certainly hadn’t lost its magic.
Kafue was outstanding, such a huge and fantastic area. We were looked after very well and thoroughly enjoyed our 10 days there on the mobile safari. The river trips were a bonus, providing such a contrast with the dried river beds in Luangwa. We saw some different wildlife here, thanks to Tyrone… Read on
I arrived into the Yukon after having been in the ‘Greatest’ Bear Rainforest accompanying our 21st anniversary trip in the company of professional photographer and my great friend Nick Garbutt. I say ‘greatest’ deliberately because the Great Bear Rainforest - the last intact temperate rainforest on earth - is great in every possible way. It is huge, it is pristine, it is home to numerous wonderful species, and over the years it has become a second home to me - bears and all.
On return to Vancouver (from Bella Bella), together with Brian Jackman from the Daily Telegraph I boarded a flight to Whitehorse, Yukon’s capital. Canada is immense - the flight to Whitehorse takes just over two hours, and I arrived late at night and checked into my hotel. At check-in there… Read on
In the gathering gloom of dusk I peered intently at an untidy tangle of dry twigs and leaves 20 metres above me in the canopy. Some 40-50 centimetres across, it looked like nothing more than an accidental knot of detritus that has collected over time. An adornment of silvery spider’s webs added to the aged look.
Just above the tangle, through gaps in the canopy the first twinkling stars of night appeared. Then something moved. On the upper side of the tangle two large rounded shapes became visible - they were ears, followed by arms, body and a large bushy tail, as an aye-aye emerged from its nest.… Read on