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Big Cats

Prowling the plains, lazing on a branch, stalking their prey: nothing beats seeing these elegant predators in the wild

Big Cat Wildlife Adventure Holidays

Nothing raises the pulse quite like seeing a big cat stalking through the grass. For size, nothing beats the elusive male Bengal tiger. They are solitary animals and their camouflage makes them extremely hard to spot. But in the open they appear flame-coloured orange. And there’s Africa’s symbolic lions, the nimble ocelots of South America and rare snow leopards in the ancient Himalaya.

Beautiful yet savage, cunning yet indolent, big cats are as enigmatic as they are intoxicating. Our big cat wildlife trips could take you to see tigers in India, ocelots and jaguars in South America, snow leopards in the Himalaya, and the lions, cheetahs and leopards of Africa.

Our travellers rate our Big Cats holidays as

4.7 / 5 based on 623 reviews

Big Cats Adventure Holidays

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Sri Lanka's wild side, from national parks to the ocean in this tropical paradise

Wildlife
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Leisurely
10 Days from $3,599
Guided
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Discover Sri Lanka

199 reviews

Spend two weeks exploring the delights of this diverse and inspiring island

Culture
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Leisurely / Moderate
15 Days from $2,979
Guided
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Highlands of Sri Lanka

31 reviews

A combination of walking and exploring the delights of this diverse island

Walking & Trekking
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Moderate
15 Days from $3,279
Guided
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Namibia 4WD Desert Safari

26 reviews

True wilderness safari in Namibia's remote northwest where animals outnumber people.

Wildlife
Suitable for:
Age 16+
Activity level:
Leisurely
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Guided
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Your Words, Not Ours: My First Cheetah

“After my first game drive I was completely spellbound… I will never forget seeing my first cheetah, pink-faced from a recent feast, resting out in the open under a flat-topped acacia tree, completely oblivious to its astounded audience.” 

Exodus traveller Sue Millar, Classic Kenya 4WD Safari

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