Articles tagged with: wildlife-holidays
Do you want to witness some of the world’s most incredible wildlife spectacles? Check out our handy wildlife-watching calendar to find out where to go and what time of year to travel:
Dragons are creatures of legend but in a landscape as spectacular and biologically diverse as Indonesia, myths become reality – as demonstrated by the recent discovery of several Komodo dragons (Varanus Komodoensis) living in Mbeliling Forest on Flores Island.
Another year has passed – and what a year it's been! It doesn't seem like long ago that I was reading tales of hiking in the Himalayas and spotting quetzals in Costa Rica on Travelbite. In case you missed them first time round, here’s our pick of the best features on Travelbite in 2013!
Rich Ward heads to the Costa Rican jungle in search of one of the world's most beautiful and elusive birds – the resplendent quetzal.
Having ended his career in the armed forces, the Duke of Cambridge has taken on a new role as President of United For Wildlife.
In a new series of book reviews, we pick out some of the best new travel reads and guides for intrepid travellers looking for their next adventure – even if it’s only from your armchair!
qualia on Hamilton Island in Australia has once again been named Best Resort at the 2013 HM Awards, taking the title for the sixth consecutive year.
Facebook has hindered Christmas Island Tourism’s PR efforts by blocking an advert for its annual Bird'n'Nature Week, featuring its famous residents – the boobies.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may have been dominating Ecuador-related news stories in recent months, but now the South American country is hitting the headlines for an exciting new reason – the discovery a brand new mammal.
Ben Taub explores one of the most remote and unforgiving landscapes on Earth – Svalbard – and discovers that little has changed since the first Arctic explorers arrived on its frozen and wildlife-rich lands.
With VisitEngland, the national tourist board, and the Forestry Commission’s new campaign to promote summer holidays in and around England’s woods and forests, there’s no better time to get out and enjoy the Great Outdoors.
For the first time, the tourist boards in Norway and West Sweden have joined forces to put together the ultimate five-day self-drive tour, exploring 150 miles of Scandinavia’s most idyllic scenery.
From secluded coves to open, sandy bays, here are some of the best National Trust places to enjoy this summer:
Head to Manu, Peru, this July – the height of the Jaguar season – in a quest to discover the majestic animal.
Do you want to get up close and personal with Thailand's elephants?
Why we’re loving Alaska this week:
Tour operator Kuoni has launched its first ever campaign dedicated to wildlife, with a hand-picked selection of itineraries around the globe.
Rainbow Tours has reduced the cost of an 11-night Southern Madagascar Forest & Beach Holiday by £600 per person for departures between June 25th and July 31st. This is high season in Madagascar, but the offer brings this holiday down to its low-season price of £3,890 per person.
Silversea Cruises has partnered with the renowned Royal Geographical Society to enhance Silversea voyages by providing detailed scientific and historical on its cruises around the world.
Do you have a penchant for pandas?
Today marks the start of Climate Week, so in celebration we’ve picked out our top green holiday ideas for eco-enthusiasts:
A new documentary, featuring the wildlife and natural beauty of Arabia begins on February 22nd at 9pm.
Having breakfast looking out over the savannah woodland of West Bali National Park the concrete jungle of over-developed south Bali is a world away, Natasha von Geldern discovers.
The new BBC 1 series Africa, featuring David Attenborough, has kept us riveted to our television screens for the past month, enthralling us with tales of weird and wonderful wildlife and surprising us with new insights into animals we thought we knew everything about.
Wendy Wu Tours is offering £200 per couple off all group tours to China, Indochina and India this January. What better way to celebrate the Chinese New Year?