The ten most popular wildlife tours with Exodus Travels


Discovering countries, cultures, environments, cities, mountain ranges, deserts, coasts and jungles; exploring this amazing planet we all live on - that is what Adventure Coordinators and Exodus have in common. You yearn to visit new places and come home with a real sense of what they’re all about. We help you delve into local traditions, cultures, cuisine, lifestyles – anything that contributes to its unique identity. We help you reach some incredible destinations on 500 itineraries across over 90 separate countries.

Here are the ten most popular wildlife adventure tours with Exodus:

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Borneo Wildlife Discoverer Rated: leisurely - moderate, 2 out of 10 15 days from $4465 Borneo is home to some of the most diverse and beautiful wildlife in the whole of South East Asia. Starting with a visit to majestic Mt Kinabalu, we then continue to one of the trip highlights - the pristine Danum Valley. A nature lover's paradise, whose beauty and animals are equalled only by Sarawak and the World Heritage Mulu National Park with its immense cave system and and the oldest rainforest in the world. View trip Costa Rica: Discover Costa Rica Rated: leisurely, 1 out of 10 15 days from $3705 The tropical climate of Costa Rica supports a range of ecosystems encompassing thick jungle, cloud forest, mangrove swamp, Pacific and Caribbean coastline and a handful of active volcanoes. The result is a destination with abundant wildlife. In the hilly interior sloths lay dormant, Howler monkeys swing amongst the canopy and flamboyant toucans screech and soar overhead. During the nesting season at Tortuguero National Park thousands of Green turtles arrive at this protected sanctuary to lay their eggs on the beach - an unforgettable sight. The appeal of a holiday in Costa Rica lies in its sheer variety! View trip

Kenya: Classic Kenya Safari Rated: leisurely, 1 out of 10 7 days from $3415 No country, perhaps, is more synonymous with a classic African safari than Kenya. With endless grasslands sprinkled with acacia trees, this is ‘Out of Africa’ and ‘Born Free’ country. Whether it’s exploring Lake Nakuru N.P., the best small park in East Africa, or the emblematic Masai Mara, wildlife abounds year-round. The Mara, as it is affectionately called, is also home to one of the greatest sights of the natural world: millions of wildebeest and zebra crossing a crocodile infested river on their great migration through the savannah. View trip

Tanzania: Classic Tanzania Safari Rated: leisurely, 1 out of 10 8 days from $4555 Our safari starts with Lake Manyara and its fantastic birdlife with over 400 recorded species. From here we continue to the Serengeti National Park. Tanzania’s flagship park is contiguous with the Masai Mara and it is not uncommon to see lions, cheetahs or even leopards. The giant caldera of the Ngorongoro Crater boasts stunning scenery as well as prolific wildlife, whilst Tarangire National Park is famous for its herds of elephants which can number in the hundreds. View trip

India: Land of the Tiger Rated: leisurely, 1 out of 10 15 days from $3195 Bengal tigers are a highly seductive class-A predator; they are also desperately endangered. Seeing one in the wild is intoxicating, that is why this comprehensive safari visits three of the best parks in India for this striped cat. There are many other animals to enjoy, but tigers remain top of the agenda throughout this itinerary. Pench, Kanha and Bandhavgarh National Parks are teeming with a variety of wildlife and all have something different to offer. All are ideal for viewing both predator and prey, and with fifteen game drives included the chances of seeing the magnificent Bengal tiger are greatly increased. View trip East Africa: Gorillas and Masai Mara Rated: leisurely-moderate, 2 out of 10 15 days from $5285 The Masai Mara, a vast grassland teeming with animals, has an astonishing amount and mixture of game, including lions, cheetahs and at certain times of the year, the wildebeest migration. Lake Nakuru National Park has an incredible variety of birds as well as a healthy population of White and Black rhinos. The highlight of the trip is undoubtedly the Mountain gorillas in the foothills of the Parc National des Volcans in Rwanda. This close-up encounter is arguably the most sensational wildlife experience of them all. View trip

East Africa: Kenya & Tanzania Adventure Rated: leisurely, 1 out of 10 15 days from $4695 Kenya and Tanzania are home to some of the most prolific game-viewing locations not just in Africa, but the world. This itinerary takes in a number of the national parks in and around the Great Rift Valley, giving the opportunity to observe some of the best wildlife and scenery Africa has to offer and finishing on the spice island of Zanzibar, a tropical paradise with white sand beaches. View trip

Sri Lanka: Whales and Leopards of Sri Lanka Rated: leisurely, 1 out of 10 10 days from $2845 Sri Lanka is well known for its cultural heritage and picture perfect beaches, but perhaps less known is that it is also one of the best locations in Asia for wildlife. The wide range of altitudes found in this small island results in a variation of climate and diversity normal only found across a whole continent. Blue whales congregate off the southern coast of Sri Lanka, elephant herds gather in Udawalawe and the elusive leopard rules in Yala. As well as game drives in Sri Lanka’s most famous national parks we visit the steamy Sinharaja Rainforest and relax on the south coast, where the warm waters of the Indian Ocean lap the shore and days can easily drift by from the shade of a palm tree. View trip Brazil: Land of the Jaguar Rated: leisurely, 1 out of 10 9 days from $5675 The Pantanal straddles the borders of Brazil, Paraguay and Bolivia and is the world's largest wetland region. Its plains and low scrubby forests are home to over 1000 species of bird and 300 different mammals, including tapirs, anteaters, Jabiru storks and the striking Hyacinth macaw. Concentrating on the incredibly rich northern Pantanal in the southwest of Brazil, we divide our time between between a house boat and a lodge, journeying deep into the Pantanal in search of the jaguar, the largest and most elusive feline in the Americas. These solitary predators, as well as being formidable opponents on land, are strong swimmers and are known to frequent the waterways we will explore. View trip

Indonesia: Primates and Dragons of Indonesia Rated: leisurely-moderate, 2 out of 10 14 days from $4025

‘Here there be dragons’ goes the old cartographer’s adage, and in Indonesia there are, with forked tongues, poisonous saliva and scaly bodies. Tracking Komodo dragons in the archipelago of the same name is just one of the experiences this vast country offers us on this two week trip through Sumatra, Bali and Komodo. We explore the jungles around Bukit Lawang looking for Orang-utans and various monkeys, take to the seas as we snorkel with a myriad of colourful fish and possibly swim with Manta rays and uncover the culture and natural beauty of central Bali. View trip

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