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What better way to spend the festive season making new tracks amongst the snow-covered Carpathian Mountains, searching out wildlife on foot or by cross-country skis? The combination of freshly fallen snow and the heightened boldness (due to hunger) of animals makes winter the best time to spot wildlife.
Wildlife Worldwide has slashed the transfer time on its popular 16-day Tiger Tiger safari by utilising a brand new air service (commencing 15th November 08) connecting two of India’s most famous tiger hotspots, Kanha and Bandhavgarh national parks.
Morrison’s is the smallest of the UK’s Big Four supermarkets but the leader in BOGOF deals, recently published credit-crunch-busting figures backing up its business model. However it doesn’t have exclusive rights on special offers and for those more interested in a different Big Five, Wildlife Worldwide is currently saving travellers £550 p/p on selected 9-night safari holidays exploring Kenya’s rich natural history, valid only for October 2008 departures from London.
Few academic texts have had such profound and enduring resonance as Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species, published in November 1859. Initially ridiculed by his peers and damned by religious figures, Darwin’s theory of evolution through natural selection now lies at the heart of modern understanding of the natural word. However, almost 200 years since Darwin’s birth, the teaching of evolution is still challenged by reactionary religious figures preferring a creationist worldview.
They may be environmentally friendly, but a new study reveals that wind farms are proving deadly to bats because changes in air pressure can cause fatal internal injuries. Thankfully for bats, Zambia is reassuringly wind farm-free! Join Wildlife Worldwide on a 7-night bat safari, specially timed to coincide with Zambia’s spectacular bat migration – an ecological phenomenon, departing London 21st November 08.
With the 2008 Olympics drawing to a grand finale, it seems that Team Costa Rica won’t be returning with extra golden hand luggage – but with a host of record-breaking highlights and top-of-the-league performances back home, why should they worry?
For a limited period tailor-made natural history specialist Wildlife Worldwide is offering savings of at least £355 p/p on its 12-day Leopards of Luangwa tour, centred around Kapani Lodge, former home of Zambia’s father of conservation, Norman Carr, and its satellite bush camps, Luwi, Nsolo and Kakuli, departing Heathrow throughout September and October 2008.
A global review of the world's primates says 48% face extinction due to habitat loss, primarily through the burning and clearing of tropical forests. However, a survey of forest and swamp in the northern Congo Republic has revealed the presence of more than 125,000 Western Lowland Gorillas, a rare example of abundance in a world of rapidly vanishing primate populations.
The next total solar eclipse will occur on 22nd July 2009 and will exhibit the longest period of totality ever witnessed in the 21st century, casting a shadow across areas of India, China, Japan, and Indonesia. Wildlife Worldwide offers a unique opportunity to view this remarkable natural phenomenon, from a vantage-point near China’s city of Hangzhou close to the centre line (the point at which the event’s length is greatest).
Over the years, BBC wildlife documentaries have featured the most incredible footage, allowing armchair travellers a rare glimpse into some of the most remote corners of the globe. The BBC’s latest production is no exception and over the next three Wednesdays viewers will follow a team of explorers, scientists and filmmakers as they discover the plants and animals inhabiting the spectacular landscape of Guyana.
The latest of the BBC’s Tribal Wives to give up her everyday life and spend a month living with one of the world's most remote tribes is Dionne Braham. London teacher, Dionne, headed to Africa to stay with the polygamous Maasai tribe in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Highlands. The Maasai are one of Africa’s largest and most famous tribes, their menfolk having up to 10 wives and women are expected to marry and bear children from the age of 14.
Wildlife Worldwide offers an exceptional opportunity to explore one of Africa's most remote and rarely visited wildlife parks with the help of one of its best safari guides - amongst the open grasslands of Zambia’s Liuwa Plains. During December, when the first rains are falling, Robin Pope will be personally leading small-group explorations to experience the wildebeest migration for which the region is renowned, plus spot some of the numerous resident bird species and other mammals in this game-filled national park.
Tailor-made natural history specialist Wildlife Worldwide offers savings of up to £500 p/p on 9-day safaris, staying in luxury camps amongst the pristine, game-filled, unchanged wilderness of Kenya’s Amboseli NP, Shaba National Reserve and Masai Mara. The Luxury Kenya Safari departs Heathrow daily now until December 2008.
Newcastle Building Society, together with M-Cube Media, reports the great success in setting up their latest joint venture - The Aspinall Foundation Prepaid Maestro card - a card that will raise essential funds for the conservation of western lowland gorillas.
Save up to £370 p/p on Wildlife Worldwide’s 11-night voyage aboard the ice-strengthened expedition vessel Antarctic Dream, around the icy northern coastline of Spitsbergen, searching out Walrus, Arctic seabird colonies, whales and the ultimate land carnivore - the mighty Polar Bear.
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