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Epic Mara: Big Cats in Focus

This safari is designed with serious photographers and/or wildlife aficionados in mind. We combine all the essential elements for remarkable wildlife viewing and photographic opportunities. The location is the renowned Masai Mara, unsurpassed for prolific wildlife viewing. The guiding is on the legendary level, utilizing one of our 3 Kenyan guide team who are recognized among the most accomplished in Africa.

Rwanda 4-Day Gorilla Trekking

Gorilla trekking in Rwanda can be added on to any other safari.

Primates of Uganda

Experience up-close viewing of chimpanzees and mountain gorillas.

Quintessential Tanzania: River Crossing Season

With the Great Migration of nearly 2 million animals in the area, the Northern Serengeti is the stage for one of nature's most famed events - the dramatic migration crossings of the Mara River.

Botswana Desert and Delta Safari: Outstanding Value, Top Wildlife and Diverse Landscapes

This safari is customized to take advantage of the best opportunities for the green season in Botswana to observe diverse wildlife.

Ultimate East Africa: Exceptional Guiding in Northern Tanzania and the Masai Mara

This incredible itinerary features East Africa's top guides on a private safari through Tanzania and Kenya.

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Botswana: Ready For Action

This remarkable itinerary features locations that represent the best opportunities of Botswana’s dry season excitement. The dry season of Botswana is as good as it gets to see large quantities of animals in exclusive wilderness areas. Of special note the rare African wild dog typically is denning with puppies visible from mid-July to the end of August, then September through November remains outstanding as packs with puppies are traveling small distances with a drive to hunt to feed the quickly growing pups.

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Wild Cats of Chile: A Puma Tracking Adventure (Small Group Trip 2025)

Explore Patagonia, the premiere wild puma destination, with a small group. In the Patagonia region of Chile there is a large population that has become visible. Hunting was banned here and the puma found sanctuary in the stunning Torres del Paine National Park. Over generations, sightings increased until reaching a point of becoming very reliable. There can be no guarantee of finding such wide-ranging and elusive cats, but a small handful of expert trackers have mastered the craft and are now finding puma almost daily.

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Bushman’s Botswana

Return to the origins of humanity as you head deep into the heart of Botswana and the world-famous Okavango Delta and Kalahari Desert. Experience the Old Way of the Bushmen – the indigenous people of southern Africa.

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Wild Dog Days – Botswana and Zambia Group Trip 2024 – SOLD OUT

This small group safari features an exceptional Bushman Guide from The Wild Source, as you visit two iconic locations featured in films about African wild dogs. First you’ll visit a prime wildlife area in Botswana’s Okavango Delta, where BBC filmed Planet Earth III “Freshwater” episode, featuring African wild dogs hunting red lechwe in the water. Then Diesel will lead the group as you travel on to Zambia; first for a night on an island in the Zambezi River near Livingstone, then on to Lower Zambezi National Park. The Lower Zambezi has also been a hotspot for wild dogs the past few seasons, with filmmakers focusing on a massive pack that frequently hunt buffalo – extremely unusual for wild dogs to hunt this large and dangerous species.

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Rocky Mountain Arsenal Safari

Join The Wild Source America for Denver’s newest and wildest time out – a Rocky Mountain Arsenal wildlife safari aboard the one-of-a-kind Roaming Bison safari vehicle. The refuge is home to bison, coyote, mule deer, white-tailed deer, bald eagles, hawks, burrowing owls, prairie dogs and so much more (even the extremely rare Black-footed ferret.) This photographic safari is offered year-round for private groups of 1-6, with flexible dates.

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Owls of Minnesota – Small Group Trip – January 2024 (SOLD OUT)

This special safari has been jointly developed and marketed by The Wild Source with our preferred American birding experts – Reefs to Rockies. Owls have a special allure for wildlife watchers. Perhaps we are drawn in by the familiarity of front-looking faces. With most species being nocturnal we often don’t see them even when they are around. Owls are a mystery, with super powers of remarkable hearing and the ability to thrive in darkness these birds of prey are masterful predators. They can even thrive in frigid temperatures, but as winter takes hold some owls from the far north move to a larger food base in the rich Sax-Zim Bog in Minnesota, creating a unique opportunity for owl viewing.

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Epic Mara: Big Cats in Focus

This safari is designed with serious photographers and/or wildlife aficionados in mind. We combine all the essential elements for remarkable wildlife viewing and photographic opportunities. The location is the renowned Masai Mara, unsurpassed for prolific wildlife viewing. The guiding is on the legendary level, utilizing one of our 3 Kenyan guide team who are recognized among the most accomplished in Africa.

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Hike the Foothills of Kilimanjaro plus Biologist Safari (Origins Collection)

There are more ways to experience Tanzania’s most famous mountain than summiting it! Trek through the foothills of Kilimanjaro for an incredibly authentic cultural and wilderness experience, propelled by your own feet through this incredible region. Cap off your off-the-beaten-path hiking adventure with 3 days on safari in the world famous Serengeti, seeking out big cats, the Great Migration and dozens of iconic safari species and astounding bird life. You will have the special experience of being guided by a local wildlife biologist at your authentic tented camp.

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The Adventurous Soul of the Lower Zambezi (Origins Collection)

Explore The Adventurous Soul of the Lower Zambezi with a primary focus on the wilderness itself. This is an experience that takes you back in time in a part of Africa that will reconnect you with nature and replenish your senses. This is a unique owner-operated safari that specializes in flexibility and making the most of your personalized experience.

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View from Mt. Kilimanjaro

Mt. Kilimanjaro Trek: The Roof of Africa

Mt. Kilimanjaro to experience the views from the Roof of Africa Trip Details: At 19,341 feet (5,895 m), Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the world’s highest free-standing mountain, giving it the name, the “Roof of Africa.” There are many trekking companies and routes to choose from. We have selected a route that ensures top quality guiding and supports a locally-owned business. You will journey through the life zones of Mt. Kilimanjaro from the less-used, more scenic trails that offer excellent opportunities for acclimatization and optimizes for your chances to summit.

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Big Five of Southern Africa

Southern Africa is an incredibly diverse region with varying weather, landscapes, cultures, and wildlife. This itinerary covers three major highlights of Southern Africa: The Greater Kruger National Park, Victoria Falls and the Okavango Delta.

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Essential Diversity: River and Desert

This safari is designed for the safari connoisseur seeking rarity, exclusivity and luxury along with the full diversity of wildlife. The itinerary includes private guiding and vehicle at both safari camps, offering the ultimate in flexibility and maximizing the opportunities to see wildlife you want to see, while maintaining supreme comfort and luxury.

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Jaguar in the Pantanal

Realm of the Jaguar with Ocelot Research – Brazil’s Pantanal – 2024 Group Trip

Brazil’s Pantanal has an unrivaled claim as South America’s top wildlife viewing region.  In fact, many say it’s the top wildlife area outside of Africa.  Pantanal is the world’s largest wetland, a staggering ten times the size of the Everglades and fifteen times the size of the famed Okavango Delta.  Like Botswana’s Okavango there is a fantastic variety of habitats including wetlands, savanna, riverine gallery forests, and cerrado (forested savanna).  A number of rivers form the lifeblood of the Pantanal, and these have become reliable areas for sighting jaguars.  During our time of travel there is an astounding 95% daily success rate along the rivers for observing the world’s third largest cat.

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