Our voyages start where others turn back.
We give you the opportunity to join a small expedition organized to monitor the status of legendary animals; most of whom are endangered today.
Our expeditions last from 5 to 10 days and are arranged in some of the most remote locales on the planet. We will take you deep into the rainforests of Panama or Amazonia or to the slopes of the Himalayas to witness and participate in vital research projects aimed at wildlife conservation. Each of these expeditions is organized around a specific field research project, conducted by our naturalist guides. We donate a portion of the revenues of each trip to help fund the research project.
What we offer is adventure in its purest form. Our expeditions appeal to individuals who have a strong interest in the conservation of fabled wildlife and an equally strong interest in the challenge of a wilderness journey, on foot, by canoe and horseback, through isolated, untouched jungle and mountainous terrain.
Our commitment to sustainable tourism is very clear. We donate a significant portion of the revenues of each trip to fund the specific research project.
New dates just posted for the Annapurna Snow Leopard Camera Trap Expedition in Nepal:
June 2-12 2018 / June 8-18 2018 / Dec 7-17 2018
A unique wildlife conservation field research expedition centred around the snow leopard in a spectacular Himalayan setting.
An epic, exhilarating and once in a lifetime opportunity to to trap a jaguar in the heart of the jungle, and outfit it with a GPS collar.
All Snow Leopard images and video courtesy of Tashi Ghale, Manang, Nepal.
All Jaguar camera-trap images, courtesy of Ricardo Moreno, Panama.