Square Rigged In The Galapagos Square Rigged Sailing In The Galapagos

  The S/S Mary Anne is an elegant sailing ship. At 216 feet from stern to bow, with over 1000 square meters of square-rigged canvas at her disposal, the Mary […]

Hebridean Sky The Whale Science Voyage

  As the Antarctic summer comes to a close in March, migratory species like the Humpback are very active, socializing and feeding in preparation for the long journey ahead, while […]

whale spotting drake passage What is a Baleen Whale?

Baleen whales have baleen plates instead of teeth which they use to collect shrimp-like krill, plankton and small fish from the sea. These bristly plates, made from the same protein […]

Haylet- Polar Latitudes An Interview With Hayley Shephard

Hayley Shephard is Director of Expedition Operations at Polar Latitudes,  a polar expedition company that provides travelers to Antarctica with a “best in class” experience by working with the  best […]

jamie-mcpherson-binoculars Jamie McPherson On Leica Binoculars

  Jamie McPherson is a wildlife documentary cameraman, producer and director and has worked on may landmark series and films including The Hunt, Planet Earth and most recently Netflix’ Our […]

How Many Elephants Raising Awareness Of The African Elephant Crisis

African Bush Camps Partners With ‘How Many Elephants’ To Raise Awareness Of The African Elephant Crisis African Bush Camps has joined forces with How Many Elephants to support their annual […]

Okavango Guiding School

Are you looking for a little more adventure than your average safari, wanting to learn life changing skills or gainer a deeper understanding of the African Bush? If any of […]

Travel Photographer Of The Year Travel Photographer Of The Year

In 2003 when photographer Chris Coe and his wife and business partner Karen decided to set up a travel photography competition they could not have predicted that within just a […]

Walking Poles Reviewed Leki Corklite Trekking Poles

Every month Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham reviews a piece of travel gear. From walking boots to talking books, the gear may vary, but the honest and forthright option remains. This month Dave […]

Green Sea Turtle Meet The Galapagos’ Professor Reptile

Alejandro Arteaga is an Ecuadorian-Venezuelan biologist and wildlife photographer. He is the scientific director of Tropical Herping, an institution he co-founded in 2009 to preserve tropical reptiles and amphibians through […]

Craghoppers Kiwi Trousers Craghoppers Kiwi Trousers

The Craghoppers Kiwi trouser is a great piece of kit for any discerning traveller. And Craghoppers has now made it even easier to find your perfect pair. By answering a […]

Cheetah Cheetah at Okonjima

  An update on the AfriCat’s Cheetah Rehabilitation programme – the story so far…. The AfriCat Foundation developed on a cattle farm in Namibia called Okonjima in the early 1990’s, […]

Gorillas in Uganda In Search Of Primates

Edward Moores joined us on a trip to Uganda recently. Here he tells the tale of his adventures in this natural wildlife-wonderland. In January this year we travelled to Uganda […]

Lomo 30L Drybag Lomo 30 Litre Waterproof Dry Bag

  Each month Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham puts a piece of travel related equipment to the test. From balaclavas to bags and gloves to gilets, the gear may change, but the truthful […]

Lorpen T3+ Expedition Trekking Socks Review Lorpen T3+ Expedition Trekking Socks

Each month Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham reviews a piece of travel gear. From clothing to cameras and tripods to text books, the product-in-focus may vary, but the forthright honesty remains […]

Dinner At Camp Mashatu Botswana My Mashatu Experience

Mary Coulson, photographer and long term friend of Wildfoot Travel has just come back from Tuli in Botswana, The Mashatu Game Reserve and in particular the incredible Mashatu Lodge which is […]

Mobile Safari

Sitting around a pit-fire on a decked terrace at a five-star safari lodge in the Okavango Delta, crystal glass filled with ice-cold gin and tonic in hand, my friend turned […]

Eco Lodge Holiday Inspirational Eco & Conservation Lodges for 2019

This year we’ve added some exciting new destinations to our already incredible list. These new venues are impressive in more ethan just their location, they are truly groundbreaking in their […]

Giraffes in Etosha National Park Etosha National Park

The story of the area now known as Etosha National Park began being written after Charles Andersson and Francis Galton made the discovery in 1851. Andersson recalled being astounded by […]

© Image:Jarrod Kyte Where Eagles Dare

Professional wildlife and travel writer, photographer, birdwatcher and long-term friend of Wildfoot Travel, Mike Unwin has always had a passion for eagles. Here he explains how it all started and […]

An imprssive ice structure in Greenland Focus On: Northeast Greenland National Park & Scoresby Sund

A huge welcome to professional wildlife and landscape photographer, Dave Wilson of Northwinds Photography (www.northwindsphotos.com). Dave specialises in US National Parks, Botswana, and the polar regions.  Here are some of Dave’s […]

Canon 50mm prime lens Grab yourself a nifty fifty.

Every month Wildfoot Travel’s marketing expert Dave Cheetham offers some practical photography tips. Aimed at beginners and the everyday photographer, these tips are carefully compiled to help you get better […]

Gin and elephants.

Charmed by the concept of the “sundowner moments” – a daily sunset G&T after a day out in the African bush,
Tessa and Robin had an idea. The result is Elephant Gin, an award-winning spirit that tempts both the
discerning drinker and conservation enthusiast.

Penguins copyright tom-mason Be photo ready

Top wildlife photographer Tom Mason gives us his top tips on how you can stay ‘photo ready’ and be prepared to take the perfect shot at the drop of a […]

wallking safari Walking Safaris In Zambia

For those searching for a unique, wild and exclusive safari; Robin Pope Safaris offers one of the few such adventures still possible in this day and age.  Away from cars, […]

diving in the galapagos The Ultimate Galapagos Islands Travel Guide

  Charles Darwin once described the Galapagos Islands as ‘a little world within itself’, and it only takes a five-minute visit to realise how right he was. The islands are […]

orca ORCA – Looking out for whales and dolphins

ORCA have been working for decades to protect whales and dolphins across UK & European waters. Our mission is to give everyone who cares about whales and dolphins an active […]

built in automatic flashes can create terrible photos Say No To Your Flash

Every month Wildfoot Travel’s marketing expert Dave Cheetham offers some practical photography tips. Aimed at beginners and the everyday photographer, these tips are carefully compiled to help you get better […]

Joby Gorillapod 5K - allows the wildlife photographer unique flexibility Joby GorillaPod 5K Tripod Kit

Each month Wildfoot Travel’s Dave Cheetham reviews a piece of wildlife travel or photography gear. From clothing to books and cameras to accessories, the product-in-focus may vary, but the honest […]

White Wedding In Antarctica The Ultimate White Wedding

Our colleague Conny Bartl, part of the team who run Hebridean Sky & Island Sky, experienced a true white wedding recently during an Antarctica expedition voyage. “A bride and groom […]