tigers & bears
As a professional safari guide it may come as no surprise that I love tracking wildlife. From India to the Arctic, I have travelled in search of the planet’s largest land based predators. There is little that can prepare you for your first sighting of a tiger, grizzly, Alaskan brown or polar bear. I do not claim to be the world’s expert in these habitats however I know the experts, the best in the business, guides, conservationists and friends. I have been to all of these places and would be happy to help you plan a trip, alternatively I could simply introduce you to my address book. This is where I go on holiday and like all good things they are better when shared.
Long in lore the tiger remains the world’s most enigmatic big cat. Despite there being only 4,000 animals, tiger conservation is making successful strides and nowhere more so than the historic Ranthambore reserve. Perhaps less written about the great bears are equally as impressive; walking with grizzlies in interior British Columbia, Alaskan browns feeding on salmon in the Katmai peninsular and polar bears in High Arctic Svalbard, this is northern wildlife at its finest.