An accomplished photographer, cameraman, writer, conservationist and presenter, Chris Packham has become synonymous with natural history in the UK. His photography is innovative and thought-provoking and has been shown at various exhibitions around the world and in numerous books.
His TV work started with the award-winning Really Wild Show in 1986 and has been prolific ever since. Credits include Wildshots, Wild watch, and Go Wild. His most recent works are BBC 2’s Nature’s Weirdest Events as well as SpringWatch, AutumnWatch, and WinterWatch.
Chris has explored many habitats from Antarctic Islands, rainforests, deserts, the Everest range, the deep oceans and some of the planet’s most notorious nightclubs and drinking dens. He has the honour of being a pro-active president, vice president and patron of some notable conservation charities and regularly expounds his entertaining, pragmatic, enthusiastic, and occasionally controversial view, on the environment and its care.
This 11-day expedition cruise around PNG offers the chance to access secluded islands for world-class snorkelling and diving, as well as experiencing ancient tribal cultures and spectacular scenery. All from the comfort of the exceptional True North Boat.
This classic sailing through Alaska’s famed Inside Passage utilises a small ship to travel down the eastern coves unveiling some of the most visually stunning landscapes in Alaska. Chris recently joined Steppes clients to explore these dramatic landscape and wrote a photo diary about his adventure.
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