Extraordinary journeys by land and sea
Only 4 – 6 adventurers per tour
Learn from world-class photographers
35 years – 100% safety
Meticulous reconnaissance done long before you go
BigAnimals Expeditions is a small group of elite adventure guides and photographers catering to bold individuals who insist on experiencing the natural world in its most pure and uncompromising state.
Our expeditions are designed to safely bring you as close as possible to the most exciting animals on the planet — great white sharks, sperm whales, polar bears, blue whales, mountain gorillas, elephants, lions, cheetahs, striped marlins, sailfish, anacondas, pink dolphin, snow leopards, and more.
We possess the expertise, humor, and undaunted passion needed to lead you on the most exhilarating journeys imaginable, and we are happy to lend our photographic expertise and teaching savvy to ensure you capture the most spectacular wildlife photographs you’ll ever take.
Unique Wildlife Expeditions
BigAnimals Expeditions’ mission is to welcome you into our world of wildlife expeditions — and introduce you to a new perspective on life!
This planet has been thoroughly explored and studied and described by many important people — and they have a lot of good things to say — but do you really want to just take their word for it?
Not if you have a taste for real adventure. If you do We’ll take you to swim alongside ‘larger than a double-bus’ sized blue whales on their Pacific migration. You’ll laugh at the chaos and charm of 100,000 king penguins preparing to breed — but mostly chattering about it. we’ll show you how other earthly beings make a living for themselves as 12 or more Norwegian orcas herd schools of herring with their bubble nets or 100 Mexican sailfish hunt sardine ‘bait balls’ like a pack of wolves 10 feet below — and all while snorkeling — you don’t need to be a diver to enjoy these amazing encounters.
Join like-minded lovers of nature and the animals that inhabit the spectacular and astonishing sites that we visit. You can experience the kind of thing you’ve seen all your life on National Geographic, Discovery, and BBC Wildlife — I’ve led their expeditions, too, by the way. But don’t our my word for it. Come see for yourself.