The Natural Travel Collection is a privately owned travel company which specialises in sustainable wildlife, bird-watching, diving, walking, family and school adventure holidays worldwide, all tailored by a team of experts.
Founded by Chris Breen in 1992, Wildlife Worldwide specialises in tailor-made and small group wildlife holidays around the world. Whether you're interested in whale or bear watching, seeing orangutans in Borneo, an African safari or exploring the rainforests of Guyana, we offer the finest selection of wildlife encounters.
Families Worldwide create small group and tailor-made adventure and activity holidays specifically designed for families. The collection of carefully planned itineraries include active holidays to Croatia, trekking in Peru, exploring temples in Mexico, discovering culture and wildlife in Costa Rica, and African safaris.
Dive Worldwide offers tailor-made and small group diving holidays to the Indian Ocean, South Pacific, Asia, the Caribbean, Europe, Middle East, Africa, the Americas and the Polar regions. Our dive and travel experts specialise in creating exceptional diving and snorkelling holidays to the world’s finest diving destinations.
Walks Worldwide has been creating worldwide walking and trekking holidays since the late 1990’s. Small group trips, independent self-guided holidays or private walks are all possible in a range of destinations around the world including Austria, France, Spain, Nepal, India, Morocco and Vietnam.
For over 30 years, The Travelling Naturalist has specialised in small group birdwatching and wildlife tours around the world. Our expert naturalists will take you to see the very best nature in Europe, Asia, Africa North America and Latin America, including a range of specialist trips to see flora, butterflies and dragonflies.
Schools Worldwide offers school and youth groups an extensive choice of worldwide expeditions, project-based trips, and study-based adventures. Our experts will create the perfect trip for your group, from adventures in Morocco and Nepal, to community and wildlife projects in Namibia and Costa Rica.