Wexas Travel | Go On A Wild Life Adventure Around The World
Go on a safari adventure
Wildlife tourism offers an opportunity for travellers to interact with many species within their natural habitats and according to the UN World Tourism Organisation the popularity of such tourism has risen, growing annually. As a result, specialist tailor-made operator Wexas Travel, has hand-picked six itineraries that range from spotting the big five in Kenya and the Tigers of Ranthambore to exploring the island wildlife of the Galápagos – there’s something for everyone…
BEST FOR SPOTTING THE BIG FIVE – Classic Kenya
Guests can discover the plains of Kenya on this nine-day journey, with Africa’s most iconic wildlife. On this tour, travellers can explore the vibrant scenes of Nairobi before arriving at the Masai Mara where the opportunity to view the Big-Five on horizon-less landscapes and the great wildebeest migration, will arise.
Lake Elmenteita and Amboseli National Park will also allow guests to see unmissable wildlife, including giraffes, gazelles, wildebeest, zebras and both black and white rhino.
Following extensive days on safari, travellers will be treated to gourmet dining and stays in safari lodges and luxury tented camps.
BEST FOR ELEPHANT ENTHUSIASTS – Discover Hwange and Victoria Falls
Wexas Travel is offering a 12-day journey which will allow travellers to experience the world wonder of Victoria Falls as well as discover the elephant country, via a safari through Hwange National Park. Guests will discover the wildlife on expert-led game drives, night safaris and bush walks.
Highlights include visiting the local communities and historic San Bushmen sites, boarding the ‘Elephant Express’ for prime game viewing and returning each evening to gourmet three-course meals around campfires while the wildlife viewing continues.
BEST FOR MARINE LIFE – Quito, Otavalo & Galápagos Island Hopping
The journey will begin in the Ecuadorian capital, Quito, following which guests will be transported to the Galápagos islands – where the wildlife watching begins. Travelling by yacht enables the archipelago wildlife sightings to continue, including the reef sharks, marine iguanas and the Galápagos penguins.
Travellers will be treated to gourmet restaurants, with beachfront surrounds when welcomed to the Finch Bay Hotel. The visit to Santa Cruz will allow visitors to engage with the basking sea lions, witness the nesting ground for green sea turtles and experience the true Galápagos icon – the giant tortoise.
BEST FOR VIEWING TIGERS – Rajasthan & Tigers of Ranthambore
Wexas Travel is offering travellers the chance to experience the eclectic city of Delhi, with its mix of architectural styles before visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Agra Fort.
Travellers can discover Ranthambore National Park, via twice-daily game drives, led by a professional naturalist as well as witness Project Tiger. To round off the trip, guests will visit the ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur where the Amber Fort and Jantar Mantar can be explored.
BEST FOR KANGAROOS – Wildlife & Wine of South Australia
Hailed as Australia’s Galápagos, Kangaroo island allows travellers to explore the wildlife rich surroundings and view Australia’s most iconic wildlife including sea lions, koalas, wallabies and of course Kangaroos.
Guests will split their nine-days between exploring the sightings of Australia’s abundant flora and fauna and rich wildlife, as well as tasting award-winning wines of the Barossa and Clare Valleys. The tasting facilities will allow individuals to sample wines of over 150 wineries.
BEST FOR OFF-THE-BEATEN TRACK – Classic Costa Rica
Wexas Travel is offering a 14-day Costa Rica Classic itinerary which allows travellers to experience the very best of the country’s unique culture and the natural world. Highlights include watching turtles lay their eggs, zip-lining, rafting and canyoning in the rainforests of Arenal, sampling coffee on the slopes of Poás Volcano and horse riding across volcanic lava fields.
Travellers can then opt to spend the final few days at Parador Resort & Spa, near Manuel Antonio National Park, which is home to an array of butterflies, hummingbirds, scarlet macaws and clambering monkeys. Alternatively, relax and unwind on the Guanacaste coastline, home to some of the most idyllic beaches in Costa Rica.