Explore the globe in search of nature's most endangered species...
For your personalised $1 million journey, or for media enquiries.
Over 9,000 species are under threat worldwide. Journey to Nature’s Edge shines a light on 18 of those most critically endangered and explains where to see them in the wild.
The featured species are located across the globe in 12 separate exotic locations. Journey to Nature’s Edge is one of extremes, from the frozen tundra of Arctic Canada to tropical Borneo.
The itinerary supports conservation projects for each species and for every trip we will donate to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna.
Our choice of luxurious accommodation in the right places to see the endangered wildlife species featured on our unique, $1 million Journey to Nature's Edge.
According to WWF over 9,000 species of animals are currently endangered around the globe, many critically so. Although international governments have a responsibility to promote and create policy to protect such animals and their habitat, responsible wildlife tourism has an increasingly key role to play in raising awareness and understanding of conservation. That is why Natural World Safaris has committed to donating a percentage of the cost of every trip to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
During their Journey to Nature’s Edge travellers will be personally escorted by Natural World Safaris Managing Director, Will Bolsover, along with the top local guides available for each destination. Clients will learn about the local conservation projects at each location and meet some of the worlds leading conservationists enroute.
A $1million philanthropic journey...
Conservation heroes on the front line.
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