The jewel of Zambia – the South Luangwa – is home to around 400 bird species. Join us in this unspoilt wilderness as we explore scenic oxbow lagoons from our excellent lodge on the banks of the Luangwa River.
For over 30 years our expert naturalists have led small group tours to some of the world’s most spectacular wildlife and birdwatching destinations. Our programme features over 100 nature holidays to choose from, including a range of specialised photography, flora, butterfly and dragonfly tours.
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From bird watching in Costa Rica to dragonfly watching in France, blue whale watching in Sri Lanka to bear viewing in Finland, we offer an unparalleled range of small group tours to see the finest wildlife in the world. Explore by region or choose a featured destination.
Spain is a naturalist’s paradise, offering spectacular birdwatching, stunning scenery, and exciting opportunities to see rare wildlife such as the Iberian lynx.
France is home to a fantastic variety of nature; from wallcreepers to Eurasian griffon, an abundance of moths and butterflies, and areas with 60 species of dragonfly.
Visit Costa Rica and discover a place teeming with wildlife – monkeys and reptiles in the rainforest, turtles and whales on the coast, and over 800 bird species.
From bird watching around the world to butterfly viewing, flower photography to migration tours in spring and autumn, we offer the finest choice of wildlife and nature viewing.Discover all our tour focus options
One of the best overseas trips I have been on, and I’ve done a few with TN now. The leader Abelardo was outstanding; his enthusiasm and excitement at seeing birds was infectious.Cliff G went to Costa Rica, Latin America in March 2018