Get a ring-side seat for the greatest shows in the natural world
Our extensive experience and research has shown us that there is always something amazing happening in the natural world.
Landscapes dramatically transform, wildlife migrates in flocks and herds of thousands, and endearing baby animals take their first steps in the outside world.
Most commonly, when we think of the word ‘migration’, our minds picture thousands of wildebeest storming the plains of Kenya and Tanzania, crossing croc-infested rivers with hungry predators watching in wait. While this is one of mother natures most grandiose events, it is not the only migration in the world, or even in Africa. In fact, the world’s largest mammal migration takes place in the wild Bangweulu wetlands of Zambia featuring an incredible eight million fruit bats as they arrive from the Congo.
Further north in the Canadian Arctic you can spot polar bear cubs emerging from their snowy dens, seeing the world for the first time under the watchful eye of their mothers. Being there to see their playful antics as they explore the outside world for the first time is an incredible once in a lifetime experience.