Kenya's Masai MaraA 10-day wildlife holiday, staying in a luxury camp inthe Masai Mara and at Lake Naivasha, going in searchof the abundant mammals that have made the Mara sofamous.Fri 26th October - Sun 4th November '12Fri 7th June - Sun 16th JuneFri 25th October - Sun 3rd NovemberKEN02Cost: £1,995*NepalAn 11-day mammal-viewing tour to Chitwan NationalPark, Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve and the forestedhills of the Kathmandu Valley.Sun 3rd February - Wed 13th FebruaryNPL03Cost: £2,095*Panama - Canopy TowerAn 11-day mammal and wildlife holiday to therainforests of Soberanía National Park (based at theworld-famous Canopy Tower) and El Valle in thefoothills of Central Panama, in search of the excitingmammals and other wildlife which live in the region.Wed 8th May - Sat 18th MayThu 4th July - Sun 14th JulyPAN02Cost: £2,695Peru's Rainforest MammalsA natural history tour to Peru staying at the AmazonRainforest Conservation Centre, from where we willlook for the area's unique mammals and other wildlife.Night walks to see elusive nocturnal mammals, up toeight species of Neotropical monkey and a wonderfulvariety of rainforest birds as well as Giant River Ottersare among the many expected highlights.Wed 7th November - Fri 16th November '12Wed 5th June - Thu 13th JuneWed 18th September - Thu 26th SeptemberWed 6th November - Fri 15th November PER02Cost: £2,095South Africa - Kruger NP A 10-day tour to eastern South Africa, including sixnights in the world famous Kruger National Park. Thu 11th October - Sat 20th October'12Fri 19th October - Sun 28th October (Family)'12Mon 18th February - Wed 27th FebruaryThu 10th October - Sat 19th OctoberFri 18th October - Sun 27th October (Family)ZAF04Cost: from £2,295Sri Lanka - ElephantsAn 11-day celebration of Sri Lanka's Asian Elephantswith visits to several premier reserves. The tropicalisland of Sri Lanka is the best place in the world inwhich to see Asian Elephants. They are still relativelynumerous in Sri Lanka and this wildlife holiday is timedto coincide with their annual migration throughMinneriya National Park where several hundredelephants may be seen in a day. We also offer anoptional extension to Sinharaja Forest Reserve.Sat 19th October - Tue 29th OctoberLKA04Cost: £2,295Zambia's South LuangwaNational ParkA 9-day mammal-viewing holiday based at a luxurylodge on the edge of the wonderful South LuangwaNational Park, one of the most famous and bestnational parks in Africa, and arguably the best place inthe world to see Leopards!Sun 18th November - Mon 26th November '12Sun 23rd December - Mon 31st December '12(special Christmas birds and mammals departure)Sun 21st April - Mon 29th April Sun 10th November - Mon 18th November Sun 22nd December - Mon 30th December(special Christmas birds and mammals departure)ZMB02Cost: from £2,195*Our complete 2012/13 programme ofBargain Mammal Tours can be found on ourwebsite or for further details contact one ofour operations managers below:Africapaul@naturetrek.co.ukPhone: 01962 733051South Americaandy@naturetrek.co.ukPhone: 01962 733051Asiarajan@naturetrek.co.ukPhone: 01962 733051Africa & S. Americadan@naturetrek.co.ukPhone: 01962 733051www.naturetrek.co.uk= Tour Codes for web quick searchGelada BaboonGeoffroy's TamarinEthiopian WolfJaguar25*Cost does not include entrance fees to national parks.
QWhat is a Tailormade holiday?AWe will help you to develop your ideas anddesign for you the wildlife holiday that bestsuits your interests and requirements.QCan I add a Tailormadeextension to a group tour?AYes ... we are always happy to arrange aTailormade extension.QCan I book a Tailormadeholiday to Europe?AWhen people think of a Tailormade holiday,they often think it only applies to long-haultrips; however, we can arrange a Tailormadewildlife tour to any destination in Europe foryou. We'll book the hire car, accommodation,flights and local guide (if required) for you.We will also provide detailed trip notes andwildlife advice - where to go and what tosee, as well as birdlists/wildlife trip lists.QCan I book without flights?AYes, we are always happy to quote a land-only price for you.QWhy book a Tailormadewildlife holiday withNaturetrek?The largest specialist wildlife tour operator,we offer 26 years' experience of organisingwildlife holidays around the worldBy providing an unrivalled level ofspecialist business to overseas wildlifelodges, tented camps, national parks,reserves and wilderness regions, we canoffer you the best prices!Our unique 'bank' of expert, English-speaking, local wildlife guides - birders,botanists, zoologists and other naturalists- ensures we can offer you a top naturalistguide best suited to your interests. Theirexpertise and personable natures are a keyboth to our success, and the success ofyour holidays with usAs a fully insured, fully bonded ATOLlicence-holder and AITO and IATA member,we offer you the complete financial securitythat is NOT offered by overseas suppliersand most hotel and travel websitesOur expert wildlife tour consultants offer apool of unrivalled worldwide wildlife travelexperience and expertiseThat winning combination of expertNaturetrek wildlife travel advice, first classlocal wildlife guiding, and competitiveprices for top wildlife accommodation is our recipe for a first class wildlife holidayTailormadeyour holiday your way!A Calendar of WildlifeIdeas for 2013To help you to plan your natural historyholidays for the year ahead, we've puttogether a calendar of some of the world'stop wildlife events around the world.While Naturetrek operates expert-escorted grouptours to see all of the wildlife spectaclesmentioned below, you may prefer to travelprivately, with your own family, friends or wildlifegroup, and to develop your own bespokeitinerary with our help . using our newTailormade service.WildlifeCalendar.Costa Rica, Panama & Belize- Whatbetter time to escape the cold and gloom athome, and enjoy Central America's birdlife- augmented by migrant 'winter' visitorsfrom North America - in a sunny, tropicalclimate!February.Nepal- The grasslands are traditionally cut in Nepal's national parks in early February, making late February and early March the prime time for mammal-viewing as elusive ungulatesemerge from the forest to feed on the new shoots, stalked by predators. Withwintering birds at their peak, and earlymigrants and summer visitors arriving, this is a great time to visit.India for Tigers- By February watersources and vegetation are dwindling andgame-viewing conditions are at their peak(until April) - the best time to see Tigersand other mammals!.Snow Leopards in India- Ladakh's SnowLeopards descend in search of prey inmidwinter, giving us a chance to see thiselusive species.Morocco- The perfect short-haul escape from the British winter. Desert birds and incoming summer visitors are a highlight .Spain's Wallcreepers & Cranes- Visit thecapital of 'wintering Wallcreepers' and enjoythe spectacle of 50,000 Common Cranes.Mexico's Monarchs- Experience the unique spectacle of up to 600 millionover-wintering Monarch butterflies!January.Tanzania- Two million Wildebeest migrateback south into the Serengeti, where theycalve at the end of January and in February(the perfect time for a visit to experience oneof the world's greatest wildlife spectacles) .South Africa & New Zealand- The perfectmonth in which to enjoy the spectacularalpine flora of South Africa's stunningDrakensberg Mountains or New Zealand'sSouthern Alps 26Wildebeest crossing the Mara River