Are you searching for an exciting travel job in one of the UK’s most historic cities? Why not join the team here at Wildlife Worldwide and share your passion for travel and the natural world.
We are currently looking for a wildlife specialist to join our small and friendly sales team looking after Wildlife Worldwide and The Travelling Naturalist brands. The role is to knowledgeably sell wildlife holidays, with personal care and attention to detail. Ideally you will have a minimum of two… Read on
Travel Writer Sarah Marshall recently travelled with us to Mexico's Baja California to see the extraordinary wealth of wildlife that resides in and passes through this region.
Earlier this year, I joined the merry throng as part of the Ocean Giants of Baja California trip, on board the excellent 24-passenger tourist vessel The Searcher, one of only a handful of ships with permits to visit protected sites along the Baja Peninsula. Our trip to see the grey… Read on
South Australia offers some 440 species of Australian birds, and habitat areas comprise a mix of waterways, wetlands and mudflats, heath and hilly timbered areas, the famous semi-dry mallee, and the deserts. There are several distinct habitat types in South Australia, each with its own complement of endemic avifauna.
There are a number of good wetland sites that always carry a good range of water birds, plus in the summer months they are often loaded with migratory waders. Some of these are north of Adelaide and some south, each warranting separate day trips.
In the north is St. Kilda, Port Gawler and a number… Read on
We are passionate about conservation and here at Wildlife Worldwide, Zambia's South Luangwa is close to our heart. Indeed our founder, Chris Breen, used to work as a safari guide in the valley, and we have been sending people there since the company was born over 20 years ago.
Thanks to you, our wonderful clients, we were recently delighted to be able to donate £1,500 to Conservation South Luangwa - a fantastic charity devoted to saving the wildlife of this beautiful national park.
The money will go towards supporting the remarkable detection dog unit in three… Read on
South Australia is a land of varied landscapes, stunning coastlines and a year-round destination for astonishing birds and wildlife. View our calendar below to find out more about what you can see, the best places to see them, and the optimum time for viewing.
Spring (September – November)
Just like much of the natural world, spring in South Australia is a time of new growth for much of the flora and plenty of new life in the animal kingdom. Many of the native mammals and birds make the most of spring and raise their young before the fierce summer… Read on
Explore the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia, with its impressive scenery, abundant wildlife, over 150,000 pairs of king penguins, as well as chinstrap, gentoo and macaroni penguins.
Book a twin cabin on our South Georgia voyage, departing 24 October 2016 on board the Ushuaia, and one of you pays just 50% of the voyage price.
Save up to £3,635 in a twin cabin, or over £6,000 in a suite! Read on