Wildlife Holiday Destinations

Royle Safaris makes a point of visiting the very best locations at the very best time of year to highlight some of the most exciting and spectacular wildlife events in the world! From the beaches of Patagonia; crowed with southern sea lions and southern elephant seals to the towering sand dunes of Etosha National Park where a solitary gemsbok may seem like the only living thing for miles; Royle Safaris has it all.

Our wildlife holidays tour 6 of the 7 continents there are tours to Antarctica in the pipeline too. We also visit places which are rarely if ever toured by other British based safari companies, such as Bangladesh and Argentina’s Peninsula Valdes. This means that there is a very real chance that you will be visiting places where no one else you ever meet will visit, some of our destinations are so wild that the animals are very curious of humans and often hang around for a long time. In the case of western hoolock gibbons in Bangladesh they literally hang around above your heads for hours sometimes.

All our wildlife holidays are customised to maximise the time spent in the field and getting to the very best areas for wildlife and timed to coincide with some of the greatest natural events in the world; this means that we often leave the luxury of normal accommodation in order to delve deeper than most people ever dream of going.

If you cannot find a wildlife holiday or safari which suits you or you wish to visit a specific area of the world to view a specific species or event you can fill out our tailor made tour form and we will fully research an itinerary for you with a quote for you to use. This way you can get the best rate for a wildlife holiday which you make! You also get all the perks of our other safaris and wildlife holidays such as a zoologist escort, full board tour and the best local guides; plus the fact that all our tailor made tours are researched and designed by experienced zoologists, guides and seasoned travellers, so your holiday is in very good hands.


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