Our Natural World

Discover our Natural World

March-2022

Our planet is filled with breathtaking National Parks that hold extraordinary biodiversity and beautiful wildlife, each with their own purpose in maintaining the magical fauna and flora that we can delightfully witness. The range of experiences we offer in the natural world covers a variety of exceptional and sometimes extremely remote worldwide destinations with their own unique characteristics. The range is limitless, from yacht expeditions discovering the most inaccessible places on earth, to extreme polar regions, or through Hang Son Doong (the world’s largest cave system in Vietnam), tracking golden snub nosed monkeys’ mountainous forests of central and southwest China, the far eastern brown bear in Kamchatka peninsula in Russia, or to the safaris through the diverse ecosystems in Africa. No matter what is on your travel bucket list, we can take you to its heart.

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With still so much natural beauty to behold across the globe, each with magnificent landmarks and wildlife, it is not easy to filter out how to travel responsible to these destinations, not to mention the logistics and preparations that come with destinations like these. "Specialist" is a quite common word these days, tour operators are not so specialist anymore in today's day and age - mostly it is an A to B package with a lot of extra costs. We believe our conservation-centred approach is unequalled in the industry.

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Zooming on Tablet
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Whether it is photographing polar bears and beluga whales in Manitoba, tracking the Kermode Bear in the heart of British Columbia, tracking the elusive Puma in Patagonia through the Torre del Paine National Park, a face-to-face encounter with the endangered Gorillas in Virunga National Park, the Orangutan in Gunung Leuser National Park, or diving through an underwater forest of kelp with Sealions and Sea Otters in Monterey Bay. We design each of these unique itineraries that it will leave you with unforgettable wildlife encounters.

After all the truly exceptional nature and wildlife documentaries narrated by the legendary Sir David Attenborough (strongly recommend watching), we are so happy to see that United States former president, Barack Obama, is narrating a five-part documentary “Our Great National Parks” by Netflix. This documentary will highlight some of the world’s most astonishing national parks. Did you know that President Barack Obama protected more public lands and waters than any other US President? Definitely his conservation-oriented principles are impossible to miss! Our fauna and fora around the globe deserve to be protected and preserved. A great way to understand it is by watching this spectacular documentary and understand how these wonders look like when they thrive.

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The adventures we create are designed to bring you as close to the natural world as possible, no matter what it takes, but without disturbing or harming the environment. Our national parks fauna and flora are more than just scenery. What does the rainforest smell like? What is going on beneath the ocean waves? What is so remarkable about a dark damp cave? Join us on a journey into the extraordinary and beyond to build memories that will last a lifetime.


Journey through the natural wonders of our shared birthright.

- Barack Obama -