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Go Slow Wildlife Holidays
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Go Slow Wildlife Holidays

Go Slow Wildlife Holidays

By popular demand, we have launched a programme of ‘Go Slow’ Naturetrek holidays on which our aim is to allow you to enjoy the natural world at a more leisurely pace, and with a great deal more leisure time, than on a conventional Naturetrek holiday. On each ‘Go Slow’ holiday we will aim to offer the following:

  • A single-centre holiday.
  • Direct flights, there and back,using comfortable, middle-of-the-day flight times where possible.
  • A comfortable hotel of high quality (with
    swimming pool if possible), serving meals of a high standard.
  • Expert leaders, as ever, with more time for interpretation and explanation.
  • Around 6 hours in the field each day(9.30am to 3.30pm with picnic lunch or two 3-hour excursions).
  • No long drives.
  • Morning and afternoon toilet/comfort stops.
  • Leisurely paced walks on gentle terrain.
  • Back in time for afternoon tea.
  • All excursions optional.
  • All-inclusive cost (except bar drinks & laundry), which includes tips.
  • Feel free to relax, read, paint, potter, swim or whatever!

'The aim of a Naturetrek 'Go Slow' holiday is to allow you the opportunity to enjoy the natural world at a more leisurely pace than on one of our conventional wildlife holidays. There will be more time to relax, more time to potter, excursions will be optional and we hope you will return, not only having enjoyed a fascinating mix of birds, plants and other wildlife, but also refreshed and relaxed!'
 Andy Tucker, General Manager

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Seeing such a wide range of birds, wildlife and flora in so many different habitats. The expert guiding was first-class both from UK and local guides. The quality of the food was very high.
The Asa Wright Centre was fantastic in every respect. The veranda always provided something to look at whether birds, agouti, lizards, bats or one morning, a snake basking on a nearby tree. The trips out were well organised and the swamp and turtle egg laying beach were highlights for us. The guides both local and Richard from NT were outstanding in their commitment to ensuring you got the most out of the trip, even to the extend of not missing out on rum punch just because you were on a boat in a swamp!
Staying in one centre was ideal, with trips out to different habitats on some days. The centre is a paradise for birdwatching with numerous local experienced guides on hand at all times. Made to feel very welcome. Enjoyed the Caroni Swamp boat trip, and also the turtle watching.