We’ve been perfecting our selection of wildlife holidays for over 35 years. With a choice of independent tours, self drives, small group guided tours, short breaks and adventure cruises the natural world plays an important role in many of our holidays.
From the rugged beauty of Iceland and New Zealand, where the natural scenery is complemented by wonderful birding and whale watching opportunities to the wildlife rich polar regions, the iconic marsupials of Australia to the bears of Canada and Alaska. Our small ship cruise holidays to Costa Rica, Baja California and Indonesia add to the diversity of our fauna. Our dedicated wildlife itineraries can be fully tailor made to ensure you get the best experience possible.
Recommended Wildlife Holidays
Classic Polar Bear Adventure
Into the Blue – Whale Watching in Iceland
South Georgia via the Falklands
Grizzly Bear Adventure at Knight Inlet
Orcas and Aurora
Bears, penguins & whales
Our collection of bear watching holidays features Canada, Alaska, Finland and Spitsbergen and includes possible sightings of polar bear, grizzly, brown bear, and the ethereal sounding ‘spirit’ bear, found only in British Columbia.
Natural wonders form an intrinsic part of the polar environment and small-ship cruises to this part of the world offer some truly unsurpassed wildlife encounters. Several species of penguin, seals, whales and sea birds provide the entertainment in Antarctica while in the far north whales and vast numbers of birds share the limelight with walrus, musk oxen and of course, the icon of the Arctic, the polar bear.
Whale watching has always played an important role in our collection of holidays both for the independent traveller and those joining a group trip. In fact we were the first UK travel company to organise whale watching trips in Iceland! Our whale watching holiday collection also includes New Zealand, Canada, Alaska and the Polar regions.
Kangaroos, koalas & kiwis
Kangaroo Island, off the coast of South Australia is earning itself a reputation as the ‘Galapagos of Australia’. With kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, possums, echidnas, goannas, platypus, penguins, sea-lions and fur seals all to be found in this habitat the comparison is clear.
Whilst in New Zealand, the native species are often small, the iconic kiwi being the prime example, but no less endearing. Rare birds like the kaka and marine species including sperm whales take centre stage in New Zealand with encounters possible all around the islands.