Primate Group Tours

Explore the vast jungles of central and south America, Africa and southern Asia, home to a variety of primates: lemurs, lorises, tarsiers, monkeys and apes.

  • The word primate means ‘first rank’.
  • Primates develop at a much slower rate than other mammals.
  • There are 703 species and subspecies of primates. one-half are threatened by extinction.
  • Orangutans have the longest childhood of any animal in the world.
  • The mandrill is the largest monkey on earth.
  • The barbary macaques of Gibraltar are the only population of wild monkeys in Europe.
  • The howler monkey ‘s roar can reach 90 decibels and can be heard a mile away.

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Group Tours Calendar

See the full list of group tour departures for 2018. 

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Wildlife 2018 Group Tours

View our 2018 Wildlife 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.

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Congo - A Field of Fireflies

The dense forest where we had found the gorillas seemed to have grown up around us during the hour we spent watching them.

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