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.

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.

Steppes Wildlife Group Tours have three key goals:

  • to give a privileged insight
  • to give something back
  • to deliver exceptional wildlife holidays

Conservation Tours
By joining forces with conservation agencies, researchers and local conservation projects we can support conservation and local communities worldwide.

Take a look at our Rhino Conservation tour in South Africa, and our Orangutan Conservation Tour in Indonesian Borneo and our Snow Leopard trek in India and our Jaguar tour in Brazil. These tours epitomise Steppes belief that responsible tourism can be used as an effective tool towards conservation and in doing so, enhance the overall travelling experience.

Photography Tours with Sue Flood
We are pleased to announce a number of wildlife photography tours to AustraliaCanadaThe Galapagos and Japan with expert photographer and wildlife filmmaker, Sue Flood. 

Wildlife 2019 Group Tours

View our 2019 Group Tours brochure. This incredible portfolio of group tours sums up what we are all about, small group size, expertise, insight and behind-the-scenes access.

View our new Group Tours Brochure

Activity key

Our activity key indicates a rough idea of what to expect in relation to fitness level and/or how busy the tour itinerary itself is. 

Featured Tour - Madagascar

In Madagascar journey east to the famous Andasibe-Mantadia Park, where the whale-like song of the country's largest lemur, the indri, echoes through the forest. 

View the Land of the Lemurs tour

Cultural group tours

We are recognised as one of the UK's leading specialists in cultural, historical and archaeological small group tours.

View our Cultural Group tours

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Our Partners

African Parks
Galapagos Conservation Trsut
Restless Development
Save The Rhino
Tusk Trust
World Land Trsut
Gorilla Doctors

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