An epic safari in aid of endangered species

For each 111-day trip booked, $100,000 will be donated to help protect endangered plants and animals

The safari can be divided into separate trips and tailored to the seasons
The safari can be divided into separate trips and tailored to the seasons | Image: Dana Allen

Natural World Safaris is offering wildlife enthusiasts the chance to see 18 of the world’s most endangered species in 12 different locations. From snow-leopard tracking in the Himalayas and spotting the last northern white rhino from a biplane in Kenya, to watching jaguars in the Amazon, polar bears in the Arctic and wild dogs in Botswana, the 111-day safari, which costs $1m, can be divided into separate trips and tailored to the seasons.

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Accommodation includes timber chalets on a private island in Borneo, with its own turtle hatchery, and a Madagascan rainforest lodge, with endangered lemurs for neighbours. For each trip, $100,000 will be donated to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), a body dedicated to global agreement on the protection of endangered plants and animals.

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