The Rio Grande Valley lies in the warm south-eastern corner of the United States, where Texas meets Mexico. The Lower Valley has a climate that basks within a whisker of tropical status, so not surprisingly it attracts all types of ‘snowbirds’ escaping the winter further north.

We asked some of the team at HQ for their top tips for more sustainable travel…

We are delighted to be able to offer a new Papua New Guinea group tour that includes the highland interior as well as New Britain Island.

While the Tiger population is thankfully rising across the country, the national parks of Central India – Tadoba, Pench, Kanha and Bandhavgarh – remain the most productive for sightings. We focus on these reserves, often with great rewards; last year, 12 tours achieved around 100 Tiger sightings in total!

We are excited to bring you a newly improved Poland in Winter itinerary for 2020 that takes in both the Bialowieza Forest and the Biebrza Marshes.