Wild travel for grownups

Nick chooses to lead adult group tours to some of the world's best wild locations with Reef & Rainforest because they're a travel company with a real sense of adventure.

Taking the form of tailor-made itineraries, escorted group tours and small ship wildlife cruises, their range of itineraries are expertly planned. They started over 25 years ago with just one destination and have since pioneered jaguar watching in Brazil’s Pantanal and were the first to specialise in the unique island of Madagascar.

Reef & Rainforest live up to their name and will appeal to anyone with a zest for travel and a yearning to experience this planet's most exotic locations. Watch puma and guanaco in Patagonia; proboscis monkey and orang utan in Borneo; tarsier and dragon in Indonesia; leopard and blue whale in Sri Lanka; tiger and sloth bear in India; macaw and giant otter in Peru; rhino and elephant in Namibia, and a further cast of thousands.

Reef & RainforestExplore below the waves

As well as diverse terrestrial habitats, equal emphasis is placed on wildlife below the waves.

Where good reefs and marine wildlife are available, Reef & Rainforest programmes also include time by the sea for snorkelling, diving and relaxation: indeed, their first destination, Belize, boasts the second longest barrier reef in the world.

 

Nick likes to guide tours for Reef & Rainforest whenever he can because he knows that wherever their clients decide to visit, they will ensure the trips go smoothly and involve a wide variety of exceptional experiences and stimulating sights. Almost 50 per cent of Reef & Rainforest's business is repeat custom, a fact which speaks for itself.

Wild travel adventures - find out more

Call: +44 (0)1803 866965
mail@reefandrainforest.co.uk
www.reefandrainforest.co.uk

Nick’s Exotic Wildlife Group Adventures are organised and facilitated by Reef & Rainforest, the Devon-based specialist natural history tour operator. Their ATOL bond (no.4088) ensures that your money is fully protected by the Civil Aviation Authority.