Wildlife Conservation Holidays
Like anyone passionate about wildlife, we at Naturetrek want to help conserve the world’s habitats and species for future generations to enjoy. Each year we team up with leading wildlife charities to offer tours that make a direct contribution to conservation, and we also aim to make our holidays carbon neutral.
Our conservation specialist recommends …
I’d recommend our 10-day holiday with International Animal Rescue (IAR), which includes a visit to the Bear Sanctuary in Agra. IAR has succeeded in ending the cruel practice of ‘dancing’ bears in India and our tour offers an opportunity to see the rehabilitated bears recovering and enjoying life again. - Maryanne Mills
Naturetrek wildlife conservation tours
Naturetrek & conservation
Statistics about the decline of some of the world’s most iconic species, such as Tigers and Orang Utans, make hard reading. We’re proud to offer you a chance to see these magnificent creatures and other endangered species while also making a contribution towards saving them.
A selection of our conservation tours:
When you book a Naturetrek conservation holiday, you make a donation towards a particular wildlife charity. Here are a few to choose from:
- A holiday run in conjunction with Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) focusing on big game in India’s Kaziranga National Park
- An EIA tour to look for Orang Utans in Borneo
- A wide selection of Butterfly Conservation tours
Naturetrek & climate friendly travel
By booking a Naturetrek tour we help you to travel with a clear conscience. We help carbon-neutralise the effects of air travel on Naturetrek holidays. To find out more about Naturetrek’s involvement with World Land Trust, or on how to make your Naturetrek tour carbon neutral, call us on 01962 733051.
A selection of our ‘flightless’ holidays:
- An exploration of Belgium’s summer wildlife
- Picos & Plains – the best of Northern Spain
- All of our UK tours & short breaks
WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR Conservation HOLIDAYS
One of my best trips ever.
I feel that the two leaders, Martin Davies and Mike Prentice, need special mention for their outstanding leadership and dedication to their subject. They both worked tirelessly to ensure that everyone experienced the maximum enjoyment from the holiday.
Vic Tucker's knowledge of butterflies is phenomenal. How does he remember all the little variations in blues, fritillaries etc? ... Gerard Gorman's knowledge of all nature is truly amazing. His ability to mimic birdcalls has to be experienced to be believed.