When we planned our family trip to Costa Rica, one key question was ‘where will we have the best chance of seeing whales?’ Tribes’ Alex Neaves recommended the Osa Peninsula, a spectacular region in the south west of the country, combining rainforest with coast - which turned out to be a great suggestion! We chose to spend five nights towards the end of our holiday at Casa Corcovado Jungle Lodge on the Osa Peninsula.
In the Tribe: face-to-face with… Jeff Webster
In this first of a new series meeting some of Tribes’ travellers, Suffolk-based Jeff Webster, a keen photographer who is now retired from a career in banking in London, tells of his and his wife Sue’s love of wildlife, Africa and Antarctica.
Grumpy Old Men!
Grumpy old men, there’s always one in every family!!! Do you have a member of the family that is too grumpy for words and ruins everyone else’s fun? Well, apparently elephants do too! On a recent safari in East Africa our vehicle came across a small herd of elephants, approx 15 in the entire group.
Travelling with kids
My 11-year stood up, put both hands in the air with utter exuberance and yelled. At that point the elephant that he was standing on completely drenched him with a trunk full of water!! OK, so some people reading this might gasp and consider me a dreadful mother for putting my child in such a precarious position - in a Nepali river, on the back of a 'naked' elephant, no ropes and no life jacket.
Rainforest with the Huaorani
Recently some of our clients came back from a trip to the Ecuadorian rainforest. Patrick and Diana have travelled with Tribes previously, and this time wanted something unique in terms of a rainforest experience.
Elephants stuck in mud
We've just heard the most amazing tale from our friends at Norman Carr Safaris in Zambia. Christina tells the tale .
Uganda gorilla treks
Bwindi Impenentrable National Park in Uganda was gazetted in 1991 and has been a world heritage site since 1994.