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WILDLIFE TOURS


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Laura French rounds up itineraries for clients in search of a wildlife holiday to remember


rom gorillas in Uganda to polar bears in Canada, monkeys in Costa Rica to lemurs in Madagascar, the world isn’t short on extraordinary wildlife – and for travellers looking to learn more about these weird and wonderful creatures in the company of a wildlife pro, an escorted tour is an excellent option.


That’s especially true now, when customers might want the expertise of a guide and the added reassurance of booking with a reputable tour operator. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up some of the best itineraries to inspire customers for the year ahead and beyond.


1 APRIL 2021 travelweekly.co.uk


1 Go monkey mad in costa rica


Three-toed sloths, red-eyed tree frogs, white-faced capuchins and a whole host of other monkey species swinging from the canopies – Costa Rica is a living dream for wildlife enthusiasts, home to about 5% of the world’s plants and animals. Rainbow Tours’ 13-day itinerary takes in the best of it, travelling from the Central Valley to the Pacific Coast via the Arenal Volcano, the Monteverde Cloud Forest and the monkey-filled Manuel Antonio National Park. There’s a big focus on sustainability, with stays at properties awarded the top rating under the Certificate of


Sustainable Tourism. Book it: Rainbow Tours’ Costa Rica Sustainable Wildlife Tour costs from


£4,352 including all breakfasts and some other meals, plus all flights. rainbowtours.co.uk


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