A Bit About Me
My early travels with my pilot father took me to the ‘exotic’ US and Highlands and islands of Scotland. My first soft wildlife adventure was on a boat safari in Goa, but it was not until I returned to India with Allan in 1999, that I experienced my first true wildlife safari, as we enjoyed a 2 week tiger tour in Ranthambhore, Bandhavgarh and Kanha national parks. Allan proposed to me a year later from on top of the fort at Ranthambhore tiger reserve and I have returned often, more recently on family wildlife safaris with our children, Eliane and Avani.
I love organising our family wildlife adventures to destinations like Canada, Brazil and India and this has given us both a personal insight into how to plan a safari holiday which works for both adults and young children. I have been lucky enough to go trekking and tiger tracking in Nepal and have visited both Sri Lanka and Brazil on solo reccies. I design wildlife itineraries in a visual way, using cherished memories and inside knowledge to ‘walk’ my clients through their holiday.
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Why Book with Wildlife Trails?
We Are Pioneers In Wildlife Travel
Over the last 20 years, we have pioneered some utterly unique wildlife destinations, including river drifts in the Bella Coola valley and polar bear safaris with the Inuit off Baffin Island.
Science At The Heart Of Planning
As scientists, photographers and wildlife lovers, we take into account climatic changes, changes to migration routes and other environmental factors to maximise your wildlife encounters.
We Support Wildlife Warriors
For every new booking with Wildlife Trails we donate £100 to one of four wildlife charities who are outstanding in the field. They are the Raincoast Conservation Foundation, Gorilla Doctors, Panthera and Tiger Trails Foundation.