Whether it’s exploring the pans of Botswana or the Canadian Arctic, spotting tigers in India or Komodo dragons in Indonesia, our safari and wildlife vacations let you witness nature at work in all its glory. Our travel specialists know the secret spots and the most remote places to stay for encountering wildlife first-hand. Please contact our travel specialists to start planning your luxury customized vacation.
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Duba Concession, Okavango Delta and Moremi, Botswana
Best for: Wildlife, Adventure, Off the beaten track, Eco/ethical tourism
Situated on an island in the furthest reaches of the Okavango Delta, Duba Plains is one of the most remote luxury tented camps in the region. With only six bespoke tents, the camp prides itself on intimacy as well as remarkable game viewing.
Four Seasons Resort Seychelles at Desroches Island
Desroches Island, Seychelles
Best for: Couples, Beach, Diving, Fishing
Described as one of the most beautiful and unspoiled islands in the world and the largest in the far southern Amirantes group, Desroches has over 14 kilometers of beautiful sandy beaches protected by a reef rich in coral and marine life.
Best for: Golf, Beach, Couples, Spa & health
Set on two miles of private pristine beach, Half Moon is one of the most complete family resorts in the Caribbean with every possible amenity at your fingertips. With warm Jamaican hospitality and stunning surroundings, this a very special destination.
Kaikoura, Canterbury and the West Coast, New Zealand
Best for: Adventure, Wildlife
Designed as a contemporary luxury country lodge, Hapuku Lodge and Tree Houses sit at the foot of South Island's spectacular Kaikoura Ranges, looking out over the rugged Pacific Coast of New Zealand - home to an abundance of marine life.
Makgadikgadi Pans, Makgadikgadi and the Kalahari, Botswana
Best for: Wildlife, Adventure, Culture, Eco/ethical tourism
Jack's Camp was set up by the legendary African character Jack Bousfield, who was one of the great explorers and adventurers of the continent. There are just ten tents and this intimate camp is one of only two permanent camps in the Makgadikgadi.
Lapa Rios Lodge
Southern Osa, Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica
Best for: Eco/ethical tourism, Off the beaten track, Wildlife, Adventure
Lapa Rios is an award-winning eco-lodge with fantastic service set in 1,000 acres of tropical rainforest reserve on the wildlife rich Osa Peninsula overlooking the pristine point where the Golfo Dulce meets the Pacific Ocean in Costa Rica.
Sonora Island, British Columbia
Best for: Couples
In the heart of the Canadian wilderness yet uncompromising on luxury, Sonora Resort is the perfect getaway for those looking to experience the abundant wildlife, outdoor lifestyle and unspoiled beauty of this stunning part of British Columbia