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Primate Viewing Holidays

Sensitive and memorable close encounters with our nearest relatives

Primates Adventure Holidays

Gorillas & Masai Mara – Camping

Primates
15 Days from 5 349 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Camping adventure from Kenya to Rwanda

Wildlife

Gorillas & Masai Mara – Camping Reverse

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15 Days from 5 349 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Camping adventure from Rwanda to Kenya

Wildlife

Gorillas & Masai Mara – Accommodated

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15 Days from 7 149 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Wild savannah and endangered Mountain gorillas

Wildlife

Chimps & Gorillas of Uganda

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10 Days from 5 979 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover Uganda's emblematic wildlife

Wildlife

Borneo & the Malaysian Peninsula

Orangutans in Borneo
14 Days from 2 549 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Discover Borneo and Malaysia's incredible diversity

Culture

Primates & Dragons of Indonesia

Komodo Dragon in Komodo Island National Park, Indonesia
14 Days from 3 849 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Search for Orang-utans, Komodo dragons and more wildlife

Wildlife

Borneo Wildlife Discoverer

Borneo Orangutan
15 Days from 4 549 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Showcasing the best of Borneo – wildlife, rainforests and beaches

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Borneo Wildlife Discoverer with George Kourounis

Borneo Orangutan
15 Days from 4 979 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Travel through Borneo with Nat Geo explorer George Kourounis

Wildlife

We have been on several holidays with Exodus and this trip was up with the best! We were astounded by the amount of wildlife we saw on the 10 day trip. The gorillas were the obvious highlight for us but we didn’t expect to get so close. There were two silverbacks, one blackback, four females and two babies, some of which came within touching distance of us. The trackers and trekkers couldn’t do enough to make our encounter special and we felt privilidged to be in this beautiful and remote part of the country. No matter what your level of fitness, the guides made it possible for everyone to reach a family of gorillas and sightings were just about 100 % guaranteed. The chimps encounter was also amazing and again so close up. Aa well as these two days, the rest of the holiday did not disappoint as we embarked upon safaris in the Queen Elizabeth National Park and Kibale forest spotting hippos, buffalos,elephants, lions, giraffes and we were lucky enough to see two leopards and a tree climbing lion. We embarked on two cultural tours in the community and saw how the villages lived and worked and were overwhelmed by their friendliness towards us. The whole trip was an immersion into culture and wildlife and it was hard to believe what we saw and experienced in less than two weeks. Our guides, Robert and Sam were excellent and worked so hard on our behalf and everyone in the hotels were very accommodating, looking after our every need. There were some superb hotels on this trip and only one didn’t come up to the mark. There were some long transfers during the holiday but the scenery and culture seen along the way helped pass the journey and Robert and Sam were great at stopping frequently for breaks and leg stretching!! If you want to experience the culture and wildlife of this vast and beautiful country, don’t hesitate to book. You will not be disappointed!!

Jacqui Cottom Chimps & Gorillas of Uganda

A superb trip visiting some of Borneo’s national Parks and remaining rainforests. Every day a different highlight. We saw some amazing flora and fauna from the big (elephants) to the small (lots of frogs). In between we saw wild orangutans, at least 70 different species of birds topped by 7 different hornbills, reptiles (yes crocodiles), lizards and beautiful butterflies. And, of course, stunning rainforest.

Anne Lambert Borneo Wildlife Discoverer

This is a great overview of Malaysian Borneo with stays at many varied national parks. Its great to see the wildlife, birds, plants, insects and forests and also stays in the towns. The food was generally very good. It was interesting to hear some of the history and to learn about the tribes of Borneo.

I am really pleased that I chose this trip.

Sally Hawkins Borneo Wildlife Discoverer

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