Sunday, 25 May 2014

$1million wildlife watching trip of a lifetime is launched

Millionaires wanting to see the world's most endangered wildlife are being invited to book their place on a new global safari

Natural World Safaris have launched a 111-day trip that will see those who sign up taken on a wildlife-watching odyssey, searching for 18 endangered species in 12 destinations. Experiences along the route, which takes in Africa, Antarcticia, Asia and North and South America, will include the opportunity to see many of the world's most iconic wildlife, from African wild dog in Botswana and black rhino in Namibia, to orangutans in Borneo, polar bears in Arctic Canada and giant tortoises on the Galapagos Islands. 

The cost of the full itinerary is a cool $1million (just under £600,000) for two people travelling, and will include luxury accommodation (apart from a few instances where the remoteness of the location means there are no luxury options available), expert local guides, high-end transfers such as private helicopter, international flights, plus donations to the conservation projects visted en route.

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