We’ve teamed up with World Animal Protection to craft new itineraries that focus on wildlife encounters. Each itinerary has been reviewed and approved by World Animal Protection and here at World Expeditions we’ll donate a percentage of each trip to World Animal Protection. By doing so, we can support their work to save animals from abuse and neglect.
Wild Animal Encounters in India
14 days | Departs Delhi on 24 February 2017
Set off on wildlife excursions to some of India’s best National Parks spotting tigers, jungle cats, rhesus monkeys and more, all in their wild habitat. Packed with wildlife spotting opportunities this itinerary also includes some icon spotting to see some of India’s famous landmarks like the Taj Mahal, Agra Fort and the Pink City of Jaipur.
Wild Animal Encounters in Thailand
12 days | Departs Bangkok on 03 March 2017
Journey by 4WD and foot through Thailand’s top National Parks spotting wild elephants, tigers, gibbons, macaques as well as a plethora of birdlife, culminating at the Surin Islands in the Andaman Sea, to swim with sea turtles. A day is spent at the Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand wildlife rescue center to learn about the plight of elephants in the tourism industry in Thailand and how this wonderful organisation is offering elephants and many other animal species a better future.
If animal encounters are high on your list for your next adventure, make sure your experiences aren’t harmful, then these adventures are perfect for you. Don’t miss out! Learn more about …
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Did you know?
These Thailand and India adventures are part of a series of 4 new trips that take off in 2017. Curious to know where the other two animal trips endorsed by World Animal Protection will take you? Find out here.