Mammal Watching



Mammal Watching

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

The classic safari: Africa, open topped jeeps, elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo and rhinos! Well yes that is the classic safari and Royle Safaris offers plenty of these tours; however there are more to our mammal watching safaris than that. We travel throughout southern Africa and in each location focus on the mammals; from the above mentioned classic big five we have giraffes, hippos, zebras, wildebeest, African wild dogs, cheetahs and more antelopes and gazelles than you can shake a stick at! But if you have seen the African plains full of wild and want to travel to different countries and see what their big game has to offer we also specialise in trips to Nepal, Sri Lanka, Poland, India and Canada where the mammals are just about as impressive as anything in Africa.

In fact India and Nepal have there own big five, substitute lions for tigers, African for Asiatic elephants, black/white rhinos for one-horned rhinos, cape for water buffalo and keep the versatile leopard and you have a big five any country would be proud of. Add in the deer, monkeys, crocodiles, wild boar and other large mammalian species and the Indian Subcontinent is regarded as even better than Africa! As far as Poland goes the far eastern forests harbour many large mammals which are now extinct throughout the rest of Europe like European bison, wolves, brown bears, lynx and wild boar and well Canada has the largest terrestrial carnivore (polar bear), the largest deer (moose), huge packs of wolves, stealthy lynx and many other deer species such as caribou, white-tailed deer and elk (red deer).

So we are sure that you will find a big game safari to suit your interests and if not you can fill in our tailor made tours form and we can arrange your dream safari anywhere in the world with a zoologist escort.

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.

Mammal Watching Holidays

Feb 18

Tigers, Taj Mahal & Chambal River

February 18 - February 26
Mar 01

Amur Leopard Photography Tour

March 1 - March 9
Mar 09

A Luxury Nepal Jungle Safari

March 9 - March 19
Mar 10
Mar 17
Mar 18

Lesser Known Kenya

March 18 - March 28
Mar 21

Garden Route

March 21 - April 5
Mar 22

Just Tigers (Budget Tiger Safari)

March 22 - March 29
Mar 24
Mar 29

Best of Bardia (Budget Safari)

March 29 - April 9
Apr 07
Apr 23

Flying Luxury Botswana

April 23 - May 2
Apr 24
Apr 24
Apr 28

Vietnam’s Rare Primate Tour

April 28 - May 10
May 01
May 16
May 19

Chitwan Safari in Style

May 19 - May 29
May 24
Jul 13
Jul 24
Jul 25

Plateau Mammal Paradise

July 25 - August 13
Aug 08

Tanzania At Its Best

August 8 - August 13
Aug 11

Kalahari Rare Mammals Tour

August 11 - August 24
Aug 18
Aug 19
Aug 24

Ecuadors Biodiversity Hotspots

August 24 - September 5
Aug 27

Russian Wildlife Tour (Just Mammals)

August 27 - September 8
Sep 02

Tawau Hills Wildlife Tour

September 2 - September 7
Sep 03

East African Exploration

September 3 - September 22
Sep 05

Brazilian Ultimate Mammal Tour

September 5 - September 29
Sep 08

Borneo’s Rare Mammals Tour

September 8 - September 22
Sep 09

Sumatra & Komodo Wildlife Adventure Tour

September 9 - September 24
Sep 15

Pantanal Exploration Tour

September 15 - September 30
Sep 17

Best of Sumatra Wildlife Tour

September 17 - September 30
Sep 20

The Best of Botswana

September 20 - September 30
Sep 26

Krugers Big Five

September 26 - October 6
Sep 30

Deserts & Dolphins

September 30 - October 9
Oct 02

Namibia in Luxury

October 2 - October 12
Oct 10

Masai Mara & Amboseli Kenyan Safari

October 10 - October 19
Oct 14

The Best of Namibia

October 14 - October 23
Nov 04

Nepal Rare Mammal Tour

November 4 - November 18
Nov 19

Amur Leopard Photography Tour

November 19 - November 27
Dec 06

Amur Leopard Photography Tour

December 6 - December 14
Sat 04

Gujarat Desert Mammal Tour

January 4, 2020 - January 18, 2020

Top Animals

  • African & Asiatic Elephant
  • Big Cats
  • Bears
  • Wolves
  • American & European Bison
  • Brazilian Tapir
  • Black, White & One-horned Rhino

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