Relaxed Wildlife Holidays

Our programme of Go Slow wildlife holidays allows guests to enjoy the natural world at a more leisurely pace than on one of our conventional wildlife holidays. There will be more time to relax, more time to potter, excursions will be optional and we hope you will return, not only having enjoyed a fascinating mix of birds, plants and other wildlife, but also feeling refreshed and relaxed!

Our Go Slow tours range from week-long holidays that offer warm spring sunshine and gentle natural history excursions in Portugal, the Camargue and Mallorca, to tours which take on a more cultural air each afternoon, such as Go Slow … in Istria in Autumn and Go Slow … in Southern Spain. Our Go Slow holidays in the Swiss Alps and Cyprus both combine the best of the region’s botany and birdlife, or, if you would like to travel a little further afield, why not join us for a leisurely-paced exploration of India’s Tiger Country, Kenya’s Masai Mara, or South Africa’s Western Cape?

What can I expect on a typical Naturetrek Go Slow holiday?

On each Go Slow holiday we aim to offer as many of the following as possible:

  • A single-centre holiday
  • Direct flights with sociable timings
  • Comfortable hotel of high quality (with swimming pool if possible), serving meals of a high standard
  • Leisurely paced walks on gentle terrain
  • Expert leaders, as ever, with more time for interpretation & explanation
  • A maximum of 6 hours in the field each day (9.30am-3.30pm with picnic lunch or two 3-hour excursions)
  • Morning and afternoon toilet/comfort stops
  • Minimal long drives
  • Back in time for afternoon tea
  • All excursions optional
  • All-inclusive cost (except bar drinks & laundry)
  • Time to relax, read, paint, potter, swim or enjoy anything else that you might wish to do!

Our specialist recommends...

"If you’re looking for wonderful wildlife and great hospitality at a slower, more relaxing pace, our Go Slow portfolio could be just right. Why not consider Go Slow … in Extremadura, based at Viña las Torres in the heart of the Extremadura countryside, to enjoy some of Europe’s top birdwatching? Or, for something more exotic, have a look at Go Slow … in Trinidad, which is based at the incomparable Asa Wright Centre.”

Andy Tucker - Operations Manager
 

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