What to Expect
Each wildlife expedition’s departure is carefully timed to coincide with peak animal behavior displays that generally occur only during two to four week periods each year. All of my adventures are planned to the same standards as what you’ve seen in wildlife films, so you’re guaranteed a high level of photographic opportunities and logistical services. We only take a few guests depending on the trip — but usually four. This provides you with room to move freely, ample space in which to photograph or film, and our guides’ close personal attention and guidance. Most importantly for us, our small group size has far less impact on the wildlife being observed. Over the last twenty-plus years, We’ve guided over 3,500 divers, snorkelers, and adventurers all over the globe. We have an unequaled record of success in finding and observing unique animals in the wild, and we’re especially proud of our immaculate safety record. We believe this is why more than 60% of our guests join us over and over again in discovering more about their world and themselves.
Environmental Concerns and Action
All human activity has an impact on the environment — even more so when we interact with wildlife. Our long experience with such encounters has taught us that the critical ingredient to success is maintaining the small size of observing groups. Many travel industry pundits claim that a group size of two to six is too small to be practical. However, we believe that it’s not only vital to the success of the encounter, but to protecting the animals under observation as well. And that’s the bottom line on our expeditions.
Everyone Has an Inner Jacques Cousteau
You don’t have to be an Ernest Shackleton, a professional explorer, or a long-time diver to participate. All you need to bring with you is a passion for nature — with or without a camera — a spirit of adventure, and a desire to step beyond the typical experiences offered by the usual travel agency or outfitter. Your trip of a lifetime is waiting for you.