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Coral Reef and Sea Turtle

Marine Wildlife

Marine Wildlife Adventure Holidays

Discover Costa Rica

WUC
15 Days from 4 199 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Experience the Costa Rican rainforest, mountains and coast

Wildlife

Costa Rica's Coastal Secrets

Marine Wildlife
15 Days from 4 579 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Unrivalled wildlife viewing and Costa Rica's coastal wonders 

Wildlife
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Galapagos Voyage: Pirates & Darwin – Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

Galapagos on the Evolution
9 Days from 8 849 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Voyage in the wake of Charles Darwin

Wildlife Holidays
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Galapagos Voyage: Back in Time – Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

Galapagos
9 Days from 9 049 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

A once-in-a-lifetime Galapagos adventure like no other.

Wildlife Holidays

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

Costa Rica Adventure

Hanging bridges
15 Days from 4 079 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Natural highlights from the Caribbean to the Pacific Coast.

Culture

Marine Wildlife of the Maldives

Marine Wildlife
7 Days from 2 799 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Amazing marine wildlife including Whale sharks and Manta rays

Wildlife

Wild Sri Lanka

Leopard Yala
10 Days from 2 879 €
2 679 €

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Sri Lanka's wild side, from national parks to the ocean

Wildlife

Canadian Wildlife & Vancouver Island – Reverse

Marine Wildlife

Mountains, coastline and wildlife of Western Canada

Culture

Just back from this brilliant holiday – we’ve had an exceptional time exploring Costa Rica’s flora and fauna with plenty of adventure and activities to keep us entertained over the two week holiday. Our group spotted at least 125 different species of birds, animals and other creatures, from colourful butterflies and birds of every shape and size to adorable sloths, from poisonous frogs to killer tarantulas and scorpions, from humpback whales to dolphins and flying fish. Our tour of Costa Rica took in wet, dry and damp rain forests, incredible scenery, amazing sights and sounds, very rainy rain, beautiful hot sunshine, captivating night tours including a magical, breath-taking experience watching baby turtles hatching and making their first journey out to sea, wildlife walks and hikes, plus fabulous food from pineapple plantations and organic farms. Other activities included flying through the rain forest by zip line, tubing down rapids and horse riding through a wildlife rich ranch, basking in volcanic thermal springs under the stars. We added in a couple of optional adventures: surf lessons at the beach and a coffee, chocolate and sugar cane tour at the base of the Arenal volcano. Our excellent tour leader, Mayer Jimenez brought expert wildlife and bird knowledge to the holiday, a huge bonus for our group. This holiday comes highly recommended.

Kirsty Storr Costa Rica Adventure

Amazing trip far better than I imagined, Johnny the tour guide and Percy the bus driver went out of their way to make this trip the best one I have been on

Sharon Caton Discover Costa Rica

This trip will go down as one of my best, if not the best, holiday experiences. If you love birds and wildlife it is not to be missed. There is quite a lot of traveling between locations, 4-4 1/2 hrs according to our guide each time & he wasn’t far wrong. However the journey was always punctuated by stops for loo breaks, drinks etc but also for spotting the wildlife be it a soggy looking sloth high up in a tree in the middle of town, a pack of squirrel monkeys crossing electricity wires or a king vulture sitting in a tree that had our driver Randall very excited as he had only ever seen them in flight before. On the plus side 2 nights are spent in each location so there is plenty of time to relax and unwind. Even the early starts were not a problem as it is dark by 5.30pm but light by 5am so early nights were the norm. We soon realised however that our guide was planning the timetable to the weather forecast and if he recommended an early start it was because there was a risk of rain later whilst a late start was because we would be waking up to rain. We had been concerned about going to Costa Rica in October as it is during the rainy season however we were fortunate in that most of the time it rained at night. Only once did we have a whole afternoon of rain and that was when we were in the rainforest! Again our guide must have known as we did 2 early morning walks before the rain started and the rest of the day was free – we still went swimming in the pool, had to be done! On the plus side, going in low season meant that the majority of the time we were the only people in the hotel or doing a tour whereas, knowing the current popularity of Costa Rica, I had expected to be surrounded by other travellers.

Janet Whyte Discover Costa Rica