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Discover Wildlife series

Featuring presentations from our staff, as well as some 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 and you can register up to 4 guests a time, so take a look at our schedule of events (below) and choose the nearest to you. Register your… 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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20% off Classic Antarctica

Save up to £1,000 per person on board the Plancius in March 2015 on our Classic Antarctica Voyage.

This trip is a great introduction to this incredible region - visiting prime wildlife sites along the Antarctic Peninsula and in the nearby South Shetland islands. Travelling on board the Plancius, this whale watching voyage departs on 14th March, and we are offering an exclusive 20%… Read on

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Aye-aye - what’s all this then?

Another successful photographic trip in Madagascar brought some of the best wildlife sightings and photo opportunities you could ever hope for. Raucous red ruffed and snowy white lemurs, the rare silky sifaka and the near-extinct golden-crowned sifaka, to name just a few. Not to mention a wealth of birds, frogs, geckos, chameleons.... But the icing on the cake has to be the most magical close-up encounter with an elusive aye-aye during one of many night walks.

After sitting in the inky blackness for two hours, the call finally came. “Follow the President.” He immediately disappeared along a forest track and we all set off in pursuit. Encumbered with camera gear and staring at a modest pool of light thrown from a head torch, it was challenging… Read on

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Quebec, 40 years on

The first time I went to Quebec I was 10 years old. I went to Montreal while they were building the Olympic stadium, I went into a McDonalds for the first time (and had what was to me the most incredible strawberry milkshake), we went to one of the great lakes and stayed in log cabin. My Dad was 50. Although I’ve been to Canada many times since, I’d not been back to Quebec since then and I was well aware of Quebec’s fine reputation for whale-watching and wildlife-viewing, but conscious that there were very few people in the UK who travelled to Quebec with wildlife in mind.

I was determined to get back to Quebec as it is a bit of a hole in our portfolio of Canadian holidays, so towards the end of 2013 I set about planning a trip, and this summer together with my wife and three children we went… and had the holiday of a lifetime. My youngest daughter was… Read on

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