Bear Watching Holidays


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Special Offers

Just Sloth Bears Tour (Satpura) January 17, 2023
£776 – £4031

Sichuan Mammals Tour March 22
£880 – £4135

All our bear watching tours, wildlife holidays and safaris all over the world are listed below:

Few animals raise such good feelings as bears do. Often huge, fluffy and cute they are a joy to find and observe in the wild and Royle Safaris offers some fantastic opportunities to see some of the best the bear world has to offer. Our director has spent time in Ecuador working for the Andean Bear Project and in that time learned to appreciate the impact that the spectacled bears have in this finely balanced ecosystem and it was whilst he was high up in the paramo of the Andes tracking the bears he thought how amazing it would be to show other people this beautiful part of the world.

So you can enjoy the delights of the Ecuadorian cloud forests as we search out the very rare and elusive spectacled bears, or if its polar bears that interest you check out our tours of Canada and take advantage of the prime polar bear viewing period as the largest aggregation of polar bears on the planet takes place outside of Churchill every year.

Royle Safaris has pioneered and offers unique trips to China in search of the elusive and iconic Giant Panda, we are the only wildlife holiday company in the world offering specific trips to see all 8 species of bear in the world. So if bears are your favourite animals, we will have the trip for you.

If you cannot find a bear watching holiday which you like then contact us via our tailor made tours page and we can create your ideal holiday and equip you with an experience zoologist so you can get the most of your bear watching holiday.

All these tours are available on other dates (subject to availability) than the dates listed. Please contact us to arrange a tour on a date which suits you.

Bear Watching Holidays

Feb 02

Snow Leopards & Tigers Indian Tour

February 2 - February 28
Feb 08

Kanha, Kaziranga & Chitwan Safari

February 8 - February 24
Mar 03
Mar 09
Mar 12

Gujarat & Tadoba Safari

March 12 - March 26
Mar 17
Mar 22

Sichuan Mammals Tour

March 22 - April 4
Mar 23
Apr 04
Apr 07

Ultimate Mammal Tour of Nepal

April 7 - April 29
Apr 17

Tadoba Tiger Safari

April 17 - April 24
May 01

Budget Chitwan Safari

May 1 - May 11
May 04
May 11
May 16
May 19

Luxury Chitwan Safari

May 19 - May 29
Jun 22
Jun 23
Jul 10
Jul 18
Jul 24
Jul 27
Aug 06

Japan’s Endemic Wildlife Tour

August 6 - August 22
Aug 18
Aug 22

Grizzly Bears & Orcas of Vancouver Tour

August 22 - September 9
Aug 24
Aug 26

Borneo’s Rare Mammals Tour

August 26 - September 9
Aug 27

Russian Wildlife Tour (Lazovsky)

August 27 - September 8
Sep 01

Galapagos & Ecuador Wildlife Tour

September 1 - September 15
Sep 09

Yellowstone’s Fall Wildlife Tour

September 9 - September 15
Sep 10

Peru Wildlife Exploration Tour

September 10 - September 27
Sep 11
Sep 12

Japan Bear Watching Tour

September 12 - September 24
Sep 18

Chaparri Reserve & Machu Picchu Tour

September 18 - September 26
Oct 17

Only Polar Bears Tour (Churchill)

October 17 - October 23
Nov 01

Rare Andean Mammal Tour

November 1 - November 11
Nov 21

Bangladesh & Sri Lanka Wildlife Exploration Tour

November 21, 2022 - February 8, 2023
Jan 17

Just Sloth Bears Tour (Satpura)

January 17, 2023 - January 25, 2023

Top Animals

  • Brown Bear
  • Polar Bear
  • American Black Bear
  • Sloth Bear
  • Spectacled Bear
  • Giant Panda
  • Asiatic Black Bear
  • Sun Bear

Other species of note…

  • Wolverine
  • Himalayan Red Panda
  • Sichuan Red Panda
  • Timber Wolf
  • Sunda Clouded Leopard
  • Sichuan Takin
  • Tiger
  • Mountain Tapir
  • Beluga
  • Dhole
  • Olinguito
  • Arctic Fox
  • Orca
  • Andean Condor
  • Gray Wolf
  • Iberian Lynx
  • American Bison

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