Wildlife holidays in the UK
In a world where long-haul travel is so easy, we can sometimes forget the wildlife and scenic treasures to be found at home.
From the rolling heaths and woodlands of the New Forest National Park to the extensive wetlands that line the north Norfolk coastline, the varied habitats and landscapes of the UK are home to a wealth of exciting wildlife. It is definitely not essential to go abroad when UK wildlife holidays offer such diversity.
Our UK specialist recommends...
"I recommend our ‘Seabirds & Cetaceans of Lyme Bay’ day trips if you want an exciting day’s wildlife watching. For a slightly longer break why don’t you join our 9-day ‘Shetland’s Wildlife’ tour where we go in search of Otters, seals, and the breeding waders and seabirds of the Shetland Islands."
NATURETREK UK WILDLIFE HOLIDAYS
Naturetrek offers a wide range of natural history and wildlife holidays in the UK, from the Scilly Isles to the Outer Hebrides and everywhere in-between. Whether you are looking for a day trip, a weekend break or a week-long tour, we have small group tours led by expert naturalists. We’re currently expanding our range of UK wildlife holidays… so keep an eye on our growing choice!
The holidays and short breaks outlined below offer the opportunity to enjoy some of the UKs very best birding and botanising. They also provide an excellent opportunity to learn about Naturetreks range of wildlife holidays, UK-based and worldwide, and meet a few of our team of tour leaders.
Here is a selection of our UK wildlife holidays:
But we offer so much more!
View all of our UK wildlife holidays or call us now on +44 1962 733051 to find out more.
WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR UK HOLIDAYS
I thought it was well organised with plenty of field time and the hotel/dining worked well. I enjoyed a new to me part of the country and seeing the wildlife, especially the Two-barred Crossbill and Firecrest.
Thank you once again for another enjoyable holiday with plenty of wildlife. The food was first class.
Every now and then, in the cold wind and feeling tired, I wondered what on Earth I was doing standing around, or hiding, in the hides, although plenty to see. Then, on Sunday afternoon the sun broke through, one of our group spotted the upright figure of a bitten (we had heard it several times) in the reedbed, brilliantly camoflaged. Just at the moment everyone had fixed its location, it took flight a short distance. You could have heard a pin drop, and for a few seconds we were all hypnotised ...