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The following is a guide to the best places to see some of the key and favourite wildlife and marine species. Obviously we cannot guarantee that you will see them but the chances are greatly enhanced in these areas! If you need any advice on any other specie that is not shown then do contact us on 01778 382764.


The lion is the undisputed "King of the Jungle" and is a mighty and impressive cat. The most common specie is the African lion, but we also offer the opportunity to see the Asiatic lion, which exists as a single population in India's Gujarat State.
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This beautiful cat is often at the top of everyone's "wish list" when it comes to seeing the big cats. However, it is an elusive creature and therefore careful planning is required to increase the chances of a good sighting.
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The cheetah is a sleek and beautiful cat that is recognised as the fastest mammal on earth, hitting speeds of up to 75 mph and it also has the ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just three seconds.
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The elephant is recognised as the largest land mammal and is a very impressive beast, with male African Elephants often standing as high as 13 feet in height (4m) and weighing up to 1.5 tonnes (7,000kg).
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The endangered Rhino is a group of five species of odd-toed ungulates. The Black Rhino and the White Rhino are native to Africa and then the Indian Rhinoceros, the Javan Rhinoceros and the Sumatran Rhinoceros are found in Southern Asia.
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There are two species of Wild Dog that we can offer safaris to see - the African wild dog, which is a canid native to Sub-Saharan Africa, and the Indian Wild Dog, commonly known as the Dhole, which is a canid native to Central and Southeast Asia.
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