As a traveller, do you love seeing some of the world's most incredible natural highlights?
Do you have a penchant for places which are perhaps hard to get to?
Do you enjoy visiting places seen by few people, and like being well away from crowds?
Can you accept the unexpected in the wild places of the world?
If you do, you will probably enjoy some of the holidays we will be adding to this section of our website. You could argue that there are already quite a few trips that Tribes offers that come into the category of "remote nature". You would not be wrong, but you won't find these trips anywhere else on our site. They are one-offs, often going to places where we don't offer any other services. We'e now included them as we know that some of our clients would love to consider these adventures.
We begin with four incredible offerings: The Congo, an Antarctica Trip and two India expeditions, first to see Red panda's and the second in search of Snow Leopards, but watch this space as we will be adding more in time.
10 days from £8,360pp plus international flights.
This holiday gives you the rare chance to spend time in the Congo rainforest, the second largest in the world, with its varied habitats and rich wildlife. While the charismatic western lowland gorilla is the undoubted star, the mysterious 'bais' with their mineral-rich waters attract forest buffalos, elephants, sitatunga and flocks of parrots plus many other species.
Are you a wildlife and nature lover? Then what are you waiting for?
11 days from £10,240pp plus international flights.
An exciting adventure in the intriguing waters of Antarctica. Combining adventure, wildlife, history and science. Starting off in Punta Arenas, Chile, this trip will allow you to experience the wonders of the Antarctic Circle including off-ship exploration on the Antarctic Peninsula. If you are looking for an Antarctic holiday to tick lots of boxes then this itinerary should do just that.
Have a look at our Exploring Antarctica trip.
14 days from £3,495pp plus international flights.
Travel into the ruggedly scenic region of Ladakh to walk on a frozen river, visit an historic Buddhist monastery, but most of all to trek in the mountains in search of the beautiful and endangered snow leopard, the ‘ghost of the Himalayas’. Though sightings cannot be guaranteed, you have the very best chances with the aid of an expert guide and several days exploring known snow leopard haunts.
This is a rare and precious opportunity. Take a look at the trip
10 days from £4,495pp plus international flights.
The endangered red panda is a solitary creature, not much larger than a domestic cat, that lives in temperate forests in the Himalayan foothills, feeding predominantly on bamboo and spending most of its time among the trees. Singalila National Park in north east India is one of the best places to see them, and you have 5 full and magical days travelling by 4x4 and on foot to seek and watch them.
No nature lover should miss this. See our Red Panda Expedition for more details.