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DESTINATIONS WILDLIFE | ESCORTED TOURS exper expert ASK THE


“Pre-Covid, our most popular destinations were Botswana, Zambia, the Brazilian Pantanal and India. We are still receiving significant interest for all of these


5 see bears and boars in slovakia


Wildlife tours don’t have to mean flocking to the ends of the Earth, of course. Europe’s Carpathian Mountains are home to around 8,000 brown bears, and this nine-day tour takes in the highlights across both sides of the Slovakia-Poland border. Clients will hike, drive and river-raft their way through this unique region with plenty of bear-spotting opportunities along the way, as well as chances to spot wild boar, red deer and the endangered, goat-like chamois. They’ll also stop by Krakow, the Wieliczka Salt Mines and the historic Spiš Castle, and explore the traditional Goral


village of Osturna to learn more about this remote mountain community. Book it: Wild Frontiers’ Bears in Poland & Slovakia tour costs from £1,995 including


accommodation, guide, activities and some meals. wildfrontierstravel.com


destinations, although our enquiries and bookings are for later this year or 2022. We’ve had a tremendous amount of interest in forward bookings, with people not only looking at 2022 but also 2023 and 2024. Botswana and Zambia head the list in Africa. There is no doubt the UK and Europe will grow significantly as destinations people want to visit. The likelihood is that people won’t feel comfortable travelling long-haul and that Europe, which


offers some incredible wildlife-viewing opportunities, will be first on the list of places for people who want to get away. Wildlife holidays in the UK are now firmly in our portfolio with wonderful opportunities in the Somerset Levels, Norfolk, Lancashire, Wales and of course the Scottish Highlands and islands.”


Chris Breen,


founder and managing director, Wildlife Worldwide


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look for lemurs in madagascar


No list of top wildlife spots would be complete without a nod to Madagascar, where nearly 90% of all flora and fauna are endemic to the island, and where you’ll find more than 100 species of lemur, including sifakas, indris and the long- fingered aye-aye, alongside unusual creatures such as the cat-like fossa. BBC naturalist Mike Dilger shares his knowledge on a two-week trip with Wildlife Worldwide, visiting the likes of the Analamazaotra Reserve, one of the world’s best locations for primate watching; Ranomafana National Park, home to 30 endemic bird species;


and the Anja Community Reserve. Book it: Madagascar – A Journey of Discovery with Mike Dilger, starts from £5,295, including


most meals, transfers and flights from the UK. wildlifeworldwide.com


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