Forge your own path through the world's most remote regions

Some of the world’s greatest and most remote wildernesses can create some of the most spellbinding safaris. Be it the impenetrable tundra of the Arctic or the harsh landscape of the Kalahari Desert, explore some of the world’s last frontiers using our local knowledge and expertise to put you in the right place at the right time to maximise your wilderness journey.

The sheer size of these vast landscapes will really put your size into perspective and you can truly appreciate the power of nature.

One of the world's most picturesque wildernesses, Patagonia, plays host to sprawling deserts, towering peaks and immense glaciers. All of these, combined with unique wildlife make for an exciting safari, particularly with a camera in hand! Travel on our Puma Tracking Safari to experience the beauty of Torres del Paine while looking out for elusive pumas as they head down the mountains in search of food.

Antarctica - the seventh continent - is one of the most remote destinations on Earth. A safari here is wilderness travel at its best. Although Antarctica is much more accessible now than it has ever been, it is still a privilege to travel to this remote location. Seeing soaring icebergs protrude out of the sea and huge colonies of penguins peppering the snow is a truly breath-taking scene. Travel early in the Antarctica season on our Ultimate Antarctica Photography Safari for the optimum landscapes for photography and interesting penguin behaviour.

Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve in Alaska spans over a mighty 13 million acres and is one of the world's largest areas of protected land. Here, it really is possible to be the first to step foot on new areas of land and feel like a true pioneer. Explore this vast wilderness via light aircraft with The Claus family who know this area better than anyone. 

Book your own wilderness journey

If you want to get away from it all and truly switch off, get in touch with our Destination Specialists to plan you next wilderness safari.

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