Conservation Based Wildlife Holidays

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Siberian Tiger Tracking Tour (Winter) November 27
£880 – £3509

Gabon Wildlife Adventure Tour July 6
£518 – £6883

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

The essence of Eco-Tourism is to sustainably run a trip so that it could be repeated year after year and for generations. This is because the trip gives more than it takes, and the wildlife, environment and people involved in the local area all receive help from the tour. This is a vital part of conservation, at Royle Safaris we believe that only through sustainable eco tourism will many areas of the world’s remaining wildernesses and many species will only thrive or just even survive. Whilst all of our trips fulfill these criteria and are true ecotours we have some Conservation Trips which provide wildlife enthusiasts with the opportunity to participate in sustainable conservation projects. These trips are very popular and either take the form of being directly involved in the study and work of the researchers and conservationists for the whole trip, or by including parts of the trip which visit conservation projects or where certain species can be seen only because of the work of various projects and researchers.These trips will take you behind the scenes of conservation and scientific research, putting you at the cutting edge of the fight against climate change, illegal logging, poaching, overfishing and other practices which are resulting in the decline of wildlife and habitats.
Our range of Conservation Based Safaris cover a range of habitats and species, whether you are interested in marine life or land mammals we are sure we will have the Conservation Trips for you. All of these trips will give you a greater insight into the scientific understanding of a variety of species and habitats, highlighting the threats faced as well as the way we can turn this around.
Many of our conservation trips are hands-on practical experiences which will have you setting up and collecting camera traps, tracking wildlife and making observational recordings. Some of our conservation trips will have you shadowing and observing the work done by various dedicated and world renown scientists and researchers.
Throughout our range of conservation trips we aim to show you that conservation and the survival of the planet and its wonderful diversity is in the hands of everyone. That everyone can play a role and help. Only with everyone being involved in conservation, no matter how small, can the world overcome the environment crisis we are all facing.

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.

Conservation Based Wildlife Holidays

Feb 18

Southern Rift Valley Kenya Safari

February 18 - February 28
Feb 24
Apr 24
Apr 24
Apr 28

Vietnam’s Rare Primate Tour

April 28 - May 12
Jul 06
Sep 09

Tawau Hills Wildlife Tour

September 9 - September 15
Sep 10

Peru Wildlife Exploration Tour

September 10 - September 27
Sep 11
Sep 18

Chaparri Reserve & Machu Picchu Tour

September 18 - September 26
Nov 27

Siberian Tiger Tracking Tour (Winter)

November 27 - December 6
Nov 30

Siberian Tiger Photography Tour

November 30 - December 8
Jan 09

Just Wolf Watching Tour (Yellowstone)

January 9, 2023 - January 14, 2023
Feb 11

Amur Leopard & Siberian Tiger Photography Tour

February 11, 2023 - February 28, 2023

Top Animals

  • Mandrill
  • Siberian Tiger
  • Spectacled Bear
  • Asiatic Elephant
  • Olive Baboon
  • Giant Armadillo
  • Common Bottlenose Dolphin
  • Giant Pangolin
  • Amur Leopard
  • Grey-shanked Douc
  • Mountain Gorilla
  • Manchurian Wapiti
  • Great White Shark
  • Western Gorilla
  • Sunda Pangolin
  • Leatherback Turtle
  • Gharial
  • Red-shanked Douc
  • Black-billed Capercaille
  • Northern Buff-cheeked Gibbon
  • Sun Bear
  • Asiatic Black Bear
  • Golden Pheasant
  • Loggerhead Turtle
  • Indochinese Clouded Leopard

Fact of the Day

Flamingos are pink because of a blue-green algae found in their diet and not shrimp

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Despite having a neck over two metres long giraffes over have 7 vertebra inside, which is the same as us humans!