International Expeditions has just added four nature tours to its 2015 lineup for clients interested in wildlife travel. The new destinations and expedition details include:
-Visits to Wilpattu, Sri Lanka’s largest national park, and Yala, the site of the highest density of wild leopards and endangered black-necked storks in the world.
-Visits to four different national parks with some of India’s most concentrated tiger populations
-Wildlife tours with naturalists, nature walks, visits to local schools, and evening cooking demonstrations at family-run boutique lodges.
-Exploration of the Komodo Island’s natural offerings
-Travel aboard the nine-cabin WAOW during a seven-night Indonesia cruise
-Ranger-led nature walks to observe Komodo dragons
-Birding hikes through the island’s vine forests
-Snorkelling in waters with countless species of coral and colourful fish
-Wildlife education featuring the reintroduction of the critically endangered Bali starling back into nature
-Cruising Pantanal’s three rivers: Three Brothers, Cuiabá, and Piquirí (which form Meeting-of-the Waters State Park, one of the area’s largest protected zones) on guided jaguar safaris