Natural World Safaris started as three separate wildlife brands, World Primate Safaris, World Big Cat Safaris and World Bear Safaris. In 2012 these brands came together to become Natural World Safaris, and we have kept all of our specialist knowledge, continuing to design journeys into the natural world to see these magnificent creatures in the world.
We’ve put a little information below on some of the big cats we specialise in seeing, from the majestic Bengal tigers and snow leopards in India and lion, cheetah and leopards in Africa, to the elusive jaguars of Brazil. We aim to put you in the right place at the right time to maximise your viewing of these beautiful big cats and have listed out some information on some of the species, just to whet your appetite for adventure.Please remember that a percentage of each safari sold goes towards the conservation of the big cats in the destination of choice. Contact us if you would like to know more about designing a safari for you to see the big cats in their natural habitat, or check out our Big Cat Safari Selector.
Lions are probably the best known of the big cats, conjuring up the classic image of an African wildlife safari. For more details on African lions please click here, or see below for the Asiatic Lion.
Slightly shaggier and smaller than their African cousins the Asiatic lion lives in India and can be seen in Sasan Gir National Park. For more details, take a look here.
The fastest land mammal in the world, the cheetah, can reach speeds of up to 70 miles per hour. Found in fragmented parks throughout Africa, this is a great species to have the pleasure of spotting in the wild.
The jaguar is the third largest cat behind the tiger and lion and is the largest cat in the western hemisphere. To spot them, you have to go deep into the steamy jungles of Latin America...
Slightly smaller than an African or Asian leopard weighing between 35 and 55 Kg, snow leopards are very elusive, found in the mountains of central Asia. We are one of few companies that will get you in the right place at the right time to spot them!
The unmistakable tiger is the largest of the big cats reaching 4 metres in length and weighing in at around 300 kilograms. Spotting a tiger in the wild in India can be tricky, but always well worth it!
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