We are delighted to launch two new itineraries to witness next year’s total solar eclipse. On 14th December 2020, the shadow of the moon will speed across the Pacific Ocean and make landfall in South America. The eclipse track crosses one of the most beautiful regions on that continent: the clear lakes, forested mountains and snowclad volcanoes of Chile’s Lake District.

The territory of Western Sahara may have a chequered history, but it is home to a remarkable collection of mouth-watering birds and mammals, many of which are almost impossible to see elsewhere, including Sand Cat and the near-mythical Golden Nightjar.

We’re delighted to be able to offer a new ‘South Devon in Spring’ 4-day tour that visits a number of the region’s iconic sites for wildlife, including the Exe Estuary, Dawlish Warren and Dartmoor.

When you live in a country it can be easy to overlook what’s on your doorstep. When British people talk about wildlife experiences, they have a habit of referring wistfully to thrilling encounters abroad, perhaps an African safari or kangaroos in Australia. 

Greece lies in the slow-cooked south-east corner of Europe, simmered for thousands of hot Mediterranean summers and rainy winters into a land of every kind of richness: fertility, antiquity, ingenuity and, perhaps not always appreciated, biodiversity.