Encounter the culture, history and wildlife of Rwanda and Uganda on a 9-day adventure that’s as moving as it is fun. Take part in an incredibly important gorilla naming ceremony in the name of conservation in Musanze, look out for big-ticket wildlife on game drives in Queen Elizabeth National Park, search for mountain gorillas in Bwindi National Park, meet a Gorilla Doctor in Kisoro, and learn about Rwanda’s devastating history in Kigali.
Our annual hosted safari trip that visits our favorite places at our favorite time of year! This safari is for the wildlife enthusiast that appreciates value. Wildlife is on the center stage of the itinerary. Accommodations are all mid-range, family run lodges. Laura & Colin will be your hosts
She ROARS because she is an African Queen! Awake to the call of the Fish Eagle, Sunsets drenching vast landscapes, Sleep under a million stars. Track the African Wild Dog, work in the field with professional Wildlife Vets. Join us on a unique journey to discover your Wildness! Experience the beat of Africa’s Wild in this all-Women Expedition July 2023. Limited Spaces. Book Now!
She traded spa’s for stars, and diamonds for dust. The earliest sunrise caresses her salted skin, the sparkle of the sand beneath her feet as she watches the turtle hatchlings journey from shell to sea. The thundering fall of the elephant bull as he buckles from the dart, stroking his leathery skin while securing the tracking collar around his neck. She is an eco-tourist, she traded UP! If you have what it takes to join this team in South Africa, apply NOW! Spaces are limited.
Experience the Galápagos from a front row seat–in the cockpit of a kayak! This multisport trip allows for a very intimate discovery of the islands. Whether you are paddling or dog-paddling in the company of green sea turtles and playful sea lions, the sights above and below the water are unmatched.
Experience quintessential Canada in the remote northern frontier town of Churchill, Manitoba on our Polar Bear Safari trip! This adventure offers the thrills and chills of viewing polar bears from the safety and innovation of the slow-moving Tundra Buggy®.
Canada’s North is home to wildlife species like the Arctic fox, snowshoe and Arctic hare, lynx, mink, moose, gray wolf, black bear and barren ground grizzly bear. And, of course–the red carpet star of Churchill, the polar bear.
Wild Women’s Polar Bear Safari offers the perfect equilibrium of adventure and education. You will have the opportunity to interact with experts and learn more than the “bear” minimum. It’s a feel-good destination and decision as partial proceeds from these tours go towards funding projects by Polar Bears International.
We are committed to responsible, low-impact travel to protect these fragile natural habitats while supporting local communities and celebrating the traditions and customs of the Indigenous residents.
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