Wildlife Mad Travellers

Welcome to Liz & Alan's wildlife travelling adventures

Adventuring together for more than 25 years and sharing our stories for more than 15 years!

Wildlife travel experiences from two wildlife mad travellers! Passionate about wildlife and travel, we have put this wildlife travel blog site together to share our travelling stories. Through the sharing of our trip reports, tour reviews, photos and videos our aim is to inform and inspire likeminded travellers.

Governors Camp

Masai Mara, Kenya

In March 2019 we stayed at Governors Camp in the Masai Mara, Kenya. Big cat action from the Marsh Pride Lions, Leopards, Servals and Cheetah!

100 Bears Challenge!

BC & Yukon, Canada & Alaska, USA

During September 2018 we challenged ourselves to see 100 wild bears in one trip!


Central India Wildlife

During March 2018 we returned to India to search for more tigers, sloth bears & leopards - you can see our adventure via the link below...

Pumas, Penguins & Whales

Patagonia, Chile

Pumas in Chile's Torres del Paine National Park. King Penguins of Tierra del Fuego and Humpback Whales of the Magellan Straits.


See our trip report for our photos and videos from this fantastic trip!

Polar Bears

Churchill, Manitoba, Canada

Walking on the same level with wild Polar Bears is something we never thought was even possible, but at a few select lodges around Churchill, Manitoba, it's not only possible, Liz even lay on her stomach to take a few photos! With experienced guides and a decent sized group (14 of us) it's possible to safely experience these wonderful bears at eye level with no fences.


The Brazilian Pantanal

The amazing wildlife of the Brazilian Pantanal – tapirs, porcupine, foxes, armadillo, howler monkeys, capuchin monkeys, capybara and of course JAGUARS! Click/tap the link below to see our trip report, photos and videos.





The opinions expressed in the articles, reviews and trip reports on this website are based on our own experiences. The management of establishments may change, weather patterns differ from year to year and wildlife can be unpredictable so your experiences may be different from ours. What we can guarantee is that all the views expressed are truly our own.

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