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Safaris with wildlife researchers, conservation biologists & naturalists

Wolf Conservation Expedition helping to save Wolves in Ethiopia with Prof Claudio Sillero

5th - 14th November 2017 and 4th - 13th November 2018 A special expedition that helps play a key role in sustainable conservation of Ethiopian wolves and financially supports the on-going work of Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme. See wolves up close and live with wolves in the Bale Mountains. Uniquely hosted by Prof Claudio Sillero, Director of EWCP.

Whales, Rails & Quails in Sri Lanka with David Lindo

6th - 18th March 2018 Join 'the urban birder' David Lindo on a Sri Lanka adventure to discover the islands rich and diverse bird life, wildlife and culture. Explore the urban spaces as well as the forests, National Parks and coasts of Sri Lanka.
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Ranthambhore Tiger Exclusive, India with Stephen Mills

17th - 27th March 2018 With excellent tiger sightings and flexible safari options Ranthambhore is a must. You can track tigers all day long without hoards of other jeeps and with your own tiger specialist on hand this is probably the best ever opportunity you'll have for seeing tigers in the wild.

Wildebeest Migration in the Masai Mara with Jackson Looseyia

4th - 9th August 2018 Discover the magic of the Masai Mara and Mara Triangle with Jackson Looseyia at a prime time to catch the wildebeest migration. The Masai Mara is one of the best places in East Africa to see a huge diversity of wildlife close up. Famed for its Big Cats you can expect to see lots of predator action. This is an intimate and exclusive safari for just 3 - 4 guests, that is far above and beyond the ordinary safari .

EWASO Lions Conservation Safari, Kenya with Dr Shivani Bhalla

9th - 13th August 2018 Special Lion Conservation Safari supporting EWASO Lions in Samburu and Westgate, with the option to precede it with a Wildebeest Migration Safari in the Masai Mara with Jackson Looseyia from 'Big Cat Diary'. Experience lion conservation in the bush and make a difference to the long term survival of lions in Kenya.

 

Safaris with wildlife researchers, conservation biologists & naturalists

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 Wildlife encounters of a different kind…….

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Safaris with your own private wildlife expert   

Prof Claudio Sillero – Conservation biologist and wolf expert

Dr Shivani Bhalla – Conservationist and lion expert

Stephen Mills – Naturalist, wildlife researcher & tiger expert

Jackson Looseyia – Maasai guide, naturalist and big cat expert 

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Joint-venture safaris with conservation organisations that financially support the long term survival of endangered species

Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme

Ewaso Lions

Painted Dog Conservation

Born Free Foundation 

Onçafari Jaguar Project

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Conservation Safaris

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Prof. Claudio Sillero in wolve territory in Ethiopia

 

If you are passionate about helping the survival of endangered species……… then one of our joint-venture conservation safaris is for you. Your participation financially supports a dedicated research programme and the long term survival of an endangered species. Our conservation safaris financially support Ethiopian wolves, lions and Painted dogs and other endangered species. These are pioneering ecological safaris taking conservation tourism to a more meaningful level.

  • Unique safaris hosted by conservation biologists and vets who play a key role in sustainable conservation
  • You’ll see first-hand how field biologists conduct research in the bush
  • You’ll visit rehabilitation centres, education programmes, vet labs & bush schools
  • You’ll  meet local field staff
  • You’ll learn about realistic and practical solutions helping to reduce human/animal conflict and local environmental issues

  Born Free Foundation  ♦   Ethiopian Wolf Conservation Programme

 Ewaso Lions    Painted Dog Conservation  ♦  Onçafari Jaguar Project

 


 Animal Behaviour Safaris

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If you are fascinated by animal behavior in the wild…….. then a safari hosted by a professional naturalist is ideal for you. Their depth and breadth of knowledge of the natural world is impressive and their passion for all creatures great and small is boundless.  We’ve been working for over 20 years with Stephen Mills – one of the very best professional naturalists and a highly engaging wildlife raconteur. Our animal behaviour safaris focus on iconic species and provide close encounters with Mountain gorillas, tigers and Indian wild dogs. Let nature’s experts open ‘pandora’s box’ on animal behaviour. 

  • In-depth safaris hosted by professional naturalists
  • Get the bigger picture and the whole picture on why animals behave as they do.
  • Learn what makes an animal tick
  • Discover what it’s like to think like an animal, rather than assume it thinks like us
  • Better understand  how an animal’s physiology effects its behaviour

 

 


Action Shot Safaris

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Simon King in The Mara

 

If witnessing the wildest action in the bush and nature’s greatest spectacles ticks the boxes for you ………. then a safari with a professional wildlife film-maker is perfect for you. Wildlife cameramen spend weeks, months and even years in the bush, waiting for and predicting when something spectacular and big is going to happen.  We have teamed up with the most engaging and dynamic cameramen and wildlife TV presenters including Simon King and Chris Packham. You’ll get their professional expertise, their personal tales of the bush and much more….

  • These safaris are hosted by famous wildlife film-makers and presenters
  • Their knowledge of specific wildlife habitats and the predators and prey that co-exist there is unparalleled.
  • They know every lugga and tree on the horizon and the typical weather patterns.  
  • They are expert in capturing the best shots, from the best angles and in the best light. 
  • Their excitement and wonder when something big happens never diminishes and is infectious.

 

To see rare and endangered species in the wild invariably involves travelling to remote places in distant lands and living to nature’s timetable.  You’ll need to turn off your default buttons and no matter how far this takes you outside your normal comfort-zone, you can relax knowing that you are in experienced hands – as well as the professional host a member of our own staff is with you the whole time, taking care of the minute details and your welfare.

 

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Safaris with wildlife researchers, conservation biologists & naturalists

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