Helpfully divided into different styles of holiday, options range from classic African safaris to intimate Asian encounters with rare Bengal Tigers and Japanese Snow Monkeys; getting up close with brown bears in North America and the unique pristine environment at the globe’s extreme north and south. Whilst cruises on the world’s most extraordinary oceans contrast with winged wonders for avid birdwatchers.
To appreciate many of these rare creatures in their natural habitat groups sizes are often as small as 24 passengers or less, thereby minimising the impact to the wildlife and their native landscapes, with each tour being led by a seasoned tour manager and expert local guides.
To make it easier to compare the variety of wildlife experiences there are helpful labels alongside each holiday to indicate the approximate percentage of days on tour that can include wildlife encounters. There are also tips on what to pack for a safari, how to come back with impactful photographs and fascinating facts on some of the planets rarest creatures.
Great Apes of Uganda (90% wildlife focus)
Go in search of the mountain gorilla and chimpanzee on a 12-day tour, staying in beautifully crafted lodges in serene national parks and within each park take game drives, nature walks and boat rides to search for the countless wildlife that resides there. With a maximum of just 16 people per departure the unforgettable highlights are likely to be the hikes to observe chimpanzees and mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.
Departing on 15 January 2019 save £700 pp with prices from £3,799pp. Cost includes flights, hotels, 12 excursions and visits including 4 game drives, chimpanzee and gorilla permits, a Titan tour manager, and Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service.
Wild India (90% wildlife focus)
India’s Kanha National Park and Pench National Park were said to be the inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book. The parks are no less inspiring today as the home to magnificent tigers, inquisitive monkeys, prowling wild dogs, sleek leopards, shaggy sloth bears and over 300 species of birds living amongst the forests, grasses and streams.
Departing between Nov 2018 - Nov 2019 12-days costs from £2,799pp. Cost includes flights, hotels, 13 excursions and visits including game drives and a stargazing experience, a Titan tour manager and Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service.
Wild Plains of Tanzania (95 % wildlife focus)
Picture elephant and giraffe stalking the savannah against the iconic backdrop of snow-capped Kilimanjaro; lion, leopard, and their prey, playing out daily dramas in the vast Ngorongoro Crater; and the plains of the Serengeti ringing to the sound of thunderous stampedes. This exceptional small group holiday offers excellent lodge stays, 4x4 safari drives and the insight of the country’s most knowledgeable and experienced rangers.
Departing between May 2018 - Oct 2019 the 9-day tour costs from £2,999 pp include flights, hotel/lodge accommodation, 7 excursions and visits, a Titan tour manager and Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service.
Classic Nepal (30% wildlife focus)
Experience life on top of the world amongst the intoxicating sights and sounds of Kathmandu and the tranquillity of Nepal’s Chitwan National Park, where elephants and tigers roam. Discover the most dramatic landscapes, with jungle safaris and scenes of vast lakes and peaks of the Himalayas. This new 10-day, small group itinerary also visits beautiful temples and small village communities and witnesses cultural delights such as the Hindu Ceremony of Light, performed by sadhus along the banks of the sacred Bagmati River.
Departing on 22 September 2018 save £150 pp with prices from £1,899 pp including flights, hotels, 11 excursions and visits, a Titan tour manager and local guide, and Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service.
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