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August 2022

Javan Rhino Expedition

August 2 - August 11
Jakarta Indonesia + Google Map
£725 – £3825

Javan Rhino Expedition When people think of rhinos they tend to nearly always think of the two African species, these huge herbivores are synonymous with the savannas and grasslands of East and Southern Africa. However what is not often widely known is that there are more endangered rhinos species than those found in Africa and there is a larger rhino diversity outside of Africa. Despite the bad state of Rhino conservation in Africa the situation is dire in Asia. It…

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September 2022

Sumatra & Komodo Wildlife Adventure Tour

September 9 - September 24
Jakarta Indonesia + Google Map
£983 – £4606

Sumatra & Komodo Wildlife Adventure Tour This wildlife tour explores some of Indonesia’s most iconic wildlife destinations, first heading to both north and south Sumatra and then onto the famous Komodo National Park. By visiting the national parks of Gunung Leuser, Way Kambas and Komodo Islands you will experience a wide range of ecosystems, as well as having the chance to see a huge range of wildlife. Many species will be endemic to the islands we see them on. The…

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Best of Sumatra Wildlife Tour

September 17 - September 30
Jakarta Indonesia + Google Map
£569 – £2950

Best of Sumatra Wildlife Tour Sumatra is one of the world's biggest islands and the best island in Indonesia to see large numbers of mammals. Some of the largest areas of forest remaining in Indonesia are in Sumatra and this tour explores two of the most important. We visit northern and southern Sumatra on our search for wildlife. You will be visiting the national parks of Gunung Leuser in the north of the island and then Way Kambas in the…

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January 2023

Komodo Dragon & Manta Ray Tour

January 7, 2023 - January 14, 2023
Jakarta Indonesia + Google Map
£259 – £1734

Komodo Dragon & Manta Ray Tour 'Here be dragons...' as quoted on many am antique map when people were describing the unexplored countries and islands. However this phrase probably stems from the tales heard by pirates, buccaneers and early explorers from local people in relation to the large lizards that inhabited the islands of Eastern Indonesia. We now know these lizards to be Komodo dragons, not fire-breathing but venomous, not winged but social and intelligent and not gigantic but still…

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