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Close up wildlife encounters around the world for wildlife lovers

Our planet has an incredible diversity of animal, plant and marine life and we provide opportunities to get close to nature in some of the world's most spectacular and exotic locations. These Wildlife Tours are centred upon countries known for their abundance of wildlife or for a particular endemic species, they are planned to support the ethics of conservation and will appeal to those with a genuine interest in animals and wildlife.

All our Wildlife tours are organised in conjunction with specialist destination partners who have assisted our management team in the past with tours searching for Tigers in India, Orangutans in Borneo, Gorillas in Rwanda, swimming with Marine Iguanas in the Galapagos, watching Polar Bears in Manitoba and Condors soaring over Peru's Colca Canyon. Our focus is on the preservation of wildlife and natural habitats, and to educate the traveller in addition to providing a holiday packed with unrivalled wildlife encounters and cultural experiences.

Wildlife Tours & Ecotourism
Livingstone's Travel World's management has been organising wildlife tours for many years and this experience combined with our network of destination partners in all seven Continents enables us to create tours far beyond the ordinary. We firmly believe in ecotourism, seen as a crucial endeavour by environmentalists who visit fragile, pristine, and relatively undisturbed natural areas intended as a low-impact and often small scale alternative to mass commercial tourism. This ideal is embraced in most tours so that future generations may experience destinations relatively untouched by human intervention.

Conservation & Endangered Species
Every wildlife encounter tour offers experiences that enrich us, reward us, and in many ways can be helpful in preserving wildlife and enable those with a true interest in the natural world to indulge their passion. Experience has shown that by exploring in small, inconspicuous groups you can get into the heart of the animal kingdom for exciting wildlife encounters, and enjoy longer periods of observation for photography and video. Many tours also actively contribute to local economies and create the impetus for sustainable conservation and the protection of rare and endangered species.