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Jungle & Rainforest Safaris

Experiences

Immerse yourself in some of the world's most biodiverse and vibrant ecosystems. Embarking on a jungle and rainforest safari is an unparalleled adventure; the planet’s most spectacular jungles are home to an extraordinary wealth of flora that supports some of the most eye-popping fauna of every shape, shade and size imaginable.

Take your pick of a variety of jungle safaris, from driving through the undulating wilds of India in search of tigers and sloth bears; taking to the great snaking rivers of Borneo to spy orangutans and proboscis monkeys; picking your way through the orchid-dotted jungles of Madagascar while keeping your eyes peeled for lemurs; to trekking into the mountains of Volcanoes National Park on the trail of gorillas.

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Jungle & Rainforest Safari Destinations

India

India

One of the flagship endangered species of global wildlife, the Royal Bengal tiger still patrols the forests of the Indian subcontinent. With its habitat quickly disappearing, it is more essential than ever to visit the terrain of the tigers in show of support of their never-ending battle.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Not only is the wildlife incredible here, there are also loads of wonderfully exciting activities that will help you explore the best bits of this fascinating country, from canopy walkways and jungle trekking to white-water rafting and zip-lining.

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Borneo Jungle & Rainforest Safaris


Unfortunately, with so many threats to Borneo’s rainforests in this day and age, the vast forests of this tropical island are rapidly diminishing. There are, however, still some great places to visit to see some of the worlds most endangered wildlife on this beautiful tropical island.

Danum Valley

Borneo Rainforest Lodge

Tabin Wildlife Reserve

Tabin Wildlife Resort

Kinabatangan River

Kinabatangan Riverside Lodge

Africa Rainforest Safaris

Rwanda

Rwanda

Forming part of the Congo Basin, Volcanoes National Park is home to some of the last remaining mountain gorillas of the world inhabiting dense tropical rainforest. The Congo basin itself conjures up images of vast dense jungle, wild rivers and undiscovered tribes.

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Madagascar

Often referred to as “The Red Island” due to the deforestation that has taken place over the years and the red laterite soils being washed out into the surroundings oceans, Madagascar is still fortunate enough to have some pristine tracts of rainforest left intact.

DOM St Dominica Jungle Walkway Joseph Thomas Photography

What to wear


  • Moisture wicking garments
  • Mosquito Repellent
  • Walking Boots
  • Gaiters
  • Leech Socks
  • Mosquito Repellent
  • Headwear