Wolf Watching Holidays
Wolves are shy and elusive, which is part of what makes the thrill of seeing a lone wild wolf crossing an open plain, or a pack of wolves feeding on a kill one of the natural world’s unbeatable experiences. The wolf’s howl is a sound that epitomises the wilderness. Whether across a snow-clad northern landscape or a stark Ethiopian plateau, we are pleased to offer you the chance to see, track or hear a wild wolf on our wolf holidays.
OUR WOLF HOLIDAYS SPECIALIST RECOMMENDS …
“Our 11-day 'The
Wolves of Yellowstone National Park' tour heads for the world's first
national park in search of its Grey Wolves. If you want a short break focusing
almost exclusively on wolf-watching I'd recommend Wolf-Watching in
Spain, while we've also had good wolf sightings in recent years on our
holiday to Italy's Abruzzo National
NATURETREK WOLF HOLIDAYS
Naturetrek offers the chance to look for wolves in a variety of countries and
landscapes. One of the additional attractions of seeing wild wolves is that they
inhabit some of the most beautiful places in the world. From dedicated
wolf-watching holidays in Spain, where wolf tracks can be seen right outside our
guesthouse door, to watching Ethiopian Wolves hunting, we offer a wide range of
wolf-watching experiences in Europe and beyond. Here’s a selection of our
- Wolf watching in
Spain – a dedicated wolf tracking holiday in Spain’s remote north-western
Wolves – a chance to look for the rare and beautiful Ethiopian wolf in
the Bale Mountains
- Poland in
Winter - a unique winter holiday focusing on the large mammals to be
found in Poland, including a chance to see Wolves
- Our Sweden’s
Mammals tour explores the territory of local wolf packs, with the chance to
hear them howl at night
WHAT YOU'VE BEEN SAYING ABOUT OUR wolves HOLIDAYS
Our trip was wonderful. Our guide, Byron was so knowledgeable and helpful and made our trip so enjoyable. We are very amateur (but keen) birdwatchers but we were not made to feel so.
Overall, I thought it was an excellent trip. We stayed at some fantastic locations, particularly Awash Falls Lodge for the first three nights and Bishan Gari Lodge for two nights. Roy was an excellent trip leader who worked well with the local guides. Given the challenges of roads in Ethiopia we were fortunate to have such a good driver. He really did play a key role in the success of the trip. I feel that the trip has given me an excellent insight into the diversity of wildlife in Ethiopia, and its vulnerability.
I thought the bird watching was brilliant - the Great Bustards and many raptors were magnificent. The hotel was very nice; if anything the pre-departure information undervalued the food, which was really good.