Bucket List Destinations

If not now, when? We are ready to help you explore the regions you’ve only ever dreamed of and experience the moments that you thought were reserved for others.

Our planet is home to some of the most spectacular cultures, wildlife, landscapes, experiences and attractions imaginable. Over the years we have crafted a number of itineraries which have seen people from around the world being able to realize their dreams and check off their bucket list travel experiences.

Our Top Bucket List Experiences

Witnessing the Great Migration

Searching for Tigers in the jungles of India

Photographing Polar Bears in Svalbard

An expedition to Central Africa

Tracking down South Africa’s Big 5

Flying over The Okavango Delta

From Africa to the Arctic

Whether it’s witnessing more than 1.5 million wildebeest and zebra on their annual migratory route crossing the Mara River, floating effortlessly across the open plains of the Masai Mara in a hot air balloon, visiting the Ngorongoro Crater, photographing elephants in front of Mount Kilimanjaro, photographing polar bears in the middle if the Arctic summer, flying over the Okavango Delta in a helicopter, or seeing the Big 5 of South Africa’s famous Sabi Sands, we’ve got you covered.

Extend your time on tour and explore further afield

Remember that with our custom travel offering you’re able to customise extend your time on vacation, unlocking a host of other must-see destinations such as the Victoria Falls, Cape Town, Sossusvlei and more depending on which of our bucket list experiences you’ve chosen to experience.

Our Top Bucket List Experiences

The Great Migration

For many people around the world the Great Migration epitomizes the ultimate African safari experience and is still one of the quintessential bucket list items that any wildlife and nature enthusiast should tick off their list at least once. Wildlife photographers also know that the Migration offers incredible photographic opportunities and many portfolios and award-winning images have been captured during the annual journey of more than 1.5 million wildebeest and roughly 500,000 zebra through the Mara Serengeti ecosystem.

By combining the exclusivity of the Wild Eye Mara Camp and the passion, knowledge and experience of our team in East Africa, we have taken the Masai Mara experience to a whole new level with this great migration photographic safari, giving you what we believe is the very best great migration photo safari on offer in the Masai Mara.

Searching for tigers in India

India is a land of mystique, a land filled with natural wonder, ancient customs, fascinating history and yes, tigers. To see a tiger in the wild for the very first time, is something you’ll never forget. It’s better than you can imagine. Finding words to describe that feeling is hard, it takes your breath away. Bandhavgarh, Pench & Kanha National Parks are all located in close proximity to one another in central India and offers a diverse & exciting safari experience.

During the late dry season, the surface water is restricted to the last few large remaining water bodies. During the heat of the day Tigers are drawn to these water holes and this is where you stand the very best chance of seeing them. As the tigers prey also need water on a daily basis, the odds of finding tigers on the hunt around the remaining waterholes are very good.

Photographing polar bears in Svalbard

Halfway between mainland Norway and the North Pole lies Svalbard – one the world’s most spectacular wilderness and wildlife areas. For this incredible polar expedition, we will be using the M/S Stockholm, a small expedition ship built specifically for Arctic waters.

A smaller ship like this offers you an entirely different experience than the one you will get on a larger, more conventional cruise ship. Nimble and flexible, they allow us to make regular landfalls with sturdy Zodiacs and explore the polar wilderness and its spectacular wildlife. From polar bears and walruses to arctic foxes and innumerable flocks of birds, this expedition promises not only unbelievable photo opportunities but memories that will last you a lifetime.

The Big 5 of the Sabi Sands

There are very few destinations that nearly guarantees you a face to face encounter with Africa’s iconic Big 5 on one single safari. Lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo are all well sought after on any safari experience and this exciting tour will bring you right to their doorstep.

We’ve chosen two safari camps steeped not only in history, but also in their consistent big game viewing experiences – Sabi Sabi’s Selati Lodge and Mala Mala. The late dry season is the ultimate game viewing period within the region. Very little water exists outside of larger water bodies and we use this to our advantage as animals are drawn to the water that remains.

The Okavango Delta

The world’s largest inland delta and a World Heritage Site, the Okavango is one of the richest and most varied habitats in Africa and ranks as a top wildlife destination. The Okavango Delta consists of 15,000 square kilometers of water channels, lagoons and islands, forming an incredible wilderness sanctuary. Each year, floodwaters flow from Angola, over 1 000 km away, to create this incredible wetland habitat. Home to hundreds of species of animals and birds, the Delta offers the chance to spot creatures that are not often seen elsewhere, such as sitatunga, wild dog and wattled crane.

We would highly recommend that you take the opportunity to take to the skies for a scenic, doors of, helicopter flight to truly get an appreciate for the beauty and diversity that is the Okavango Delta.

Upcoming Bucket List Experiences

Craft a Private Guided Tour

If you’d love the exclusivity of a premium experience that caters to your specific needs, and if you want to be able to get the most from your safari in the company of a dedicated and skilled professional, look no further than a Private Guided Tour.

Build a Custom Tour

Allow our team of experienced tour planners to build a customized itinerary around the destinations you would like to visit, the amount of time you’d like to travel for, your group size and of course, your budget.