Yes, there are luxury elements, but allowing people to experience wildlife in this way genuinely helps support the on the ground efforts to protect habitats and animals.
Brighton, UK (PRWEB) March 16, 2014
According to WWF over 9,000 species of animals are currently endangered around the globe, many critically so. Although international governments have a responsibility to promote and create policy to protect such animals and their habitat, responsible wildlife tourism has an increasingly key role to play in raising awareness and understanding of conservation. That is why Natural World Safaris has committed to donating a percentage of the cost of every trip to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.
During their Journey to Nature’s Edge Natural World Safaris Managing Director, Will Bolsover, will personally escort travellers along with the top guides available for each destination. They will learn about the local conservation projects at each location and meet the world’s leading specialist naturalists en route.
The approximately three-month itinerary will have a ‘no expense spared’ approach and travellers will be accommodated in luxury properties (except in the few instances where the remoteness of location inhibits these standards). Transport includes high end transfers, soaring over extraordinary landscapes by private helicopter while visiting Antarctica, Arctic Canada, Borneo, Botswana, Brazil, the Galapagos, India, Kenya, Madagascar, Namibia, Rwanda and Tanzania.
In each location, travellers will have the opportunity to encounter the following endangered and critically endangered species: African wild dog, black rhino, northern white rhino, black and white ruffed lemur, orang-utan, sun bear, green sea turtle, hawksbill turtle, giant tortoise, pygmy elephant, Bengal tiger, snow leopard, mountain gorilla, chimpanzees, waved albatross, jaguar, penguin and polar bear.
Will Bolsover, MD of Natural World Safaris says, “Quite simply, this is an opportunity to experience the rarities of the natural world, in their own environment. Yes, there are luxury elements, but allowing people to experience wildlife in this way genuinely helps support the on the ground efforts to protect habitats and animals, as well as enhance awareness among the public and in some cases, put pressure on the institutions that can make a difference at a world-wide level.”
For further information visit: http://www.naturalworldsafaris.com/journey-to-natures-edge.
About Natural World Safaris
At Natural World Safaris the natural world is our niche. No other company fully specialises in this area and we pride ourselves on handcrafting only the finest trips to suit the needs of our discerning clients, taking the essential concepts of a safari and translating these into all the itineraries we design.
Our focus differs from other operators. Working as a team of highly knowledgeable experts, we have first-hand experience of the destinations we feature and also seek to support many environmental and conservation ventures across the world. This enables us to provide extraordinary journeys that put our clients in the right place at the right time, for life changing and ethically responsible wildlife encounters and natural world experiences.
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