natural history at Christmas

21- 28 December 2017

Enjoy a relaxed Christmas in the sun with this excellent introduction to the wildlife and culture of southern Morocco

Western Australia

wild flowers and natural history

2 – 19 September 2017

The south west of Western Australia is a vast botanical garden: tall forest, woodlands, shrublands and heath are home to over 4000 species, 80% of which grow nowhere else: a truly remarkable flora.



mammals, birds and autumn migration

22 – 29 September 2017

A week on the Baltic, during the peak of south-bound bird migration, with a focus on Estonia’s large mammals


winter wildfowl and natural history

4 – 8 December 2017

Norfolk is justly famous for its wildlife. Our itinerary is designed to take in the most spectacular avian events and to give us a chance of seeing some of the county’s splendid mammal life


Andes to Amazon, birding and mammals

4 – 21 January 2018

Ecuador has long been one of our favourite destinations. This year we return to the mainland, in search of some of the country’s exciting mammal life, while also enjoying the abundant birds, butterflies and botany

New Zealand

Natural history from north to south

20 January – 9 February 2018

A wonderful natural history exploration of New Zealand, this itinerary takes in North, South and Stewart Islands, with a particular focus on the botanical highlights of the country, as well as the endemic birdlife and other wildlife.

Costa Rica

easy birding and natural history

1 – 16 March 2018

The perfect introduction to the Tropics, exploring Costa Rica’s exciting landscapes and bird life.


natural history, mountains and coast

3 – 10 March 2018

An introduction to the natural history of southern Morocco

Southern Morocco

easy birding and natural history

24 March – 4 April 2018

A birding exploration of the varied habitats of southern Morocco

More than just a wildlife holiday… discover a new world

Whether its the unique wildlife of the Galapagos Islands, the rich birdlife of the Danube Delta, the stunning wildflowers of the Mediterranean or the natural history of Britain’s coastline….

We believe there is much more to a wildlife holiday than a species list. Supporting conservation and showing our travellers a wide range of wildlife during a relatively easy but rewarding natural history holiday are guiding principles when planning our trips.

Opportunities and time to learn about local cultures and enjoy beautiful scenery are also key ingredients, as well as the flexibility to adapt to our travellers’ particular interests.

Late Availability

2 – 19 September Western Australia
22 – 29 September Estonia


Limited Availability

21 – 28 December Morocco just two rooms left
4 – 21 January 2018 Ecuador two rooms plus one female sharing
4 – 11 June 2018 Transylvania just two rooms left


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