The world's finest wilderness lies beneath the waves.
- Robert Wyland
Slip into the sea and witness a whole new realm below. Swim next to a whale shark, the ocean’s biggest fish. Float by a sea turtle as he happily grazes on seagrass. Meet a manatee, be playful with penguins summersault with sea lions, or go boating with dolphins in the wild. Snorkel with sailfish or humpback whales (YES, you read that correctly). Learn about the creatures you encounter or go the extra mile and get involved with their conservation.
Destinations: Galapagos, Costa Rica, Belize, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Costa Rica, Fiji and Tahiti.
Women on the water, kayaking expeditions, glamping, live on-board a boat, and marine life conservation.
Seeing wildlife is like seeing celebrities, only better. ~ Tanja Andrews
Seek wide open spaces and exotically beautiful places. Hear the call of the wild on safari. Observe a grizzly catching salmon in a stream. Watch an albatross launch clumsily from a cliff or dance with a blue footed booby. Go boldly into the darkness and experience the cacophony of critters as the jungle comes alive. Your vacation is a prime time to look, listen and learn from Mother Nature and all of her family.
Destinations: Africa, Alaska, Galapagos, Costa Rica, Belize,
Glamping, night hikes, private safaris and wildlife expeditions
In the end, we will conserve only what we love; we will love only what we understand; and we will understand only what we have been taught.
~ Baba Dioum
Knowledgeable naturalist guides or passionate marine biologists work with you to learn more about the animals, the environment, conservation, and the risks or challenges these creatures face. Hope to meet a fascinating new friend? Interactions are encouraged in an informed, careful and responsible way
Ever imagine meeting a gray whale? Kayaking with an orca? Searching for a sloth in the jungle? Releasing a baby sea turtle into the ocean for a safe journey? Our wildlife expeditions are designed to get you educated and up close. Observe animals respectfully on their own turf, in their natural habitat.
“All good things are
wild and free."
~ Henry David Thoreau
Baja California Sur, Mexico
Ready to Explore?
Let nature be your teacher