Wildlife Group Tours
Seeing wildlife in its natural habitat is an inspiring and uplifting experience. It is a privilege which should never be taken for granted.
Steppes Wildlife Group Tours have three key goals:
- to give a privileged insight
- to give something back
- to deliver exceptional wildlife holidays
By joining forces with conservation agencies, researchers and local conservation projects we can support conservation and local communities worldwide.
Our wildlife group tours (formerly Steppes Discovery) have been receiving plaudits now for more than 15 years, from both our clients and conservation partners alike – take a look at our Gorillas and Community Conservation in collaboration with Fauna and Flora International in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and our Orangutan Conservation Tour in partnership with the Orangutan Foundation in Indonesian Borneo. These tour epitomise Steppes belief that responsible tourism can be used as an effective tool towards conservation and in doing so, enhance the overall travelling experience.
We are continually looking for new, exciting and innovative wildlife holidays that are proprietorial to Steppes. Private charters on boats or small expedition ships, hosted by respected experts, are a great way of creating unique wildlife products. We have recently collaborated with the New Scientist on a private whale watching charter in Baja, hosted by Jo Ruxton from A Plastic Ocean and in July 2018, we have an expedition cruise to Spitsbergen, hosted by Monty Halls, in search of polar bears.