zodiacs in the high arctic The Russian High Arctic

The High Russian Arctic is one of the least traveled and most remote regions in the Northern Hemisphere. The breathtaking ice-capped mountains, the fascinating history of the early explorers and […]

chris coe photgraphy coach A Masterclass In Photography From Chris Coe

Co-founder of The Travel Photographer Of The Year Awards, Chris Coe is a hugely experienced professional travel photographer, writer and photographic tutor, who has shot over 40 travel, photography and […]

Holly Budge - How Many Elephants Hitting The Front Line Running

Everest summiteer and conservationist, Holly Budge, on patrol with Akashinga, an armed, all-female, anti-poaching team in Zimbabwe. Described as “one of the UK’s most accomplished female adventurers”, Holly Budge, was […]

Orca Breeching Find Out More About Orcas

With their distinctive black and white colouring, Orcas are widespread. Although they adapt to any climate and can be found in the coastal waters surrounding most countries, they prefer colder […]

Patagonia Camp Patagonia Camp

A unique glamping and nature experience in the wilds of Southern Chile Priding itself on being the first glamping experience on offer in South America, Patagonia Camp truly is a […]

An Interview With Doug Allen

At Wildfoot Travel, we’re exceptionally proud to be sponsoring award-winning wildlife cameraman Doug Allan’s fantastic UK theatre tour.This month we managed to sit him down for an exclusive chat to […]

Polar Cruise Vessel World Explorer The World Explorer

Wildfoot Travel Advisor Zoe Savage-Morton took a a trip down to Southampton recently to check out the new cruise vessel ‘World Explorer’. Here she gives us her first hand impression […]

Emporer Penguins The Pecking Order Of Penguins

  Who doesn’t love penguins? These beautiful, fascinating, intelligent, hilarious creatures are as graceful in the water as they are clumsy on land. There is simply so much to watch […]

Gough Island Gough Island

Often compared to Jurassic Park by its few lucky visitors, Gough Island is a remote, uninhabited island in the Tristan da Cunha archipelago, in the South Atlantic, more than 1,500 […]

The Hookpod Albatross An Update On Hookpod

  We spoke to our old friend Steve Hunter at Hookpod recently. As Operations Officer at Hookpod, Steve took the time to give us an update on the charity’s  achievements […]

sea kayaking Kayaking in Antarctica

Wildfoot Travel Expert Debbie Grainger has another trip to Antarctica fixed firmly in her sights. In preparation for her next polar expedition, Debbie decided to brush up her kayaking skills, […]

wildlife cameraman doug allan An Evening With Doug Allan

‘Wildlife cameramen don’t come much more special than Doug Allan’’ – Sir David Attenborough Join multi-award winning wildlife cameraman Doug Allan for an evening of behind the scenes stories for […]

Tiger in India Great Indian Bustard & Tiger Conservation In India

Wildfoot Ambassador and long-term friend, Harsh Vardhan is a pioneering Indian conservationist and wildlife expert. For many years now Harsh has been working tirelessly to further the conservation and protection […]

A mobile safari Camp in Botswana Mobile Safaris – Camping or Glamping?

Wildfoot Travel Advisor Debbie Grainger took a trip to Botswana recently, sleeping under the stars on a mobile safari. Here, Debbie gives us a first hand account of this remarkable […]

Painted Wolves Article From Africa Travel

Introducing Nick Dyer who co-founded the Painted Wolf Foundation to highlight and raise awareness of the plight of Wild Dogs across Africa. Here is a story  Nick wrote for Travel […]

Whale Breaching In Antarctica The End of The World… It isn’t so bad

  Wildfoot Travel’s Polar travel expert Zoe Savage-Morton climbed aboard The RCGS Resolute recently on a wildlife expedition cruise bound for Antarctica . Here she gives us a first hand […]

How many Elephants How Many Elephants

  World record adventurer and Everest Summiteer, Holly Budge, has two world records under her belt, including being the first woman to skydive Everest and on another occasion, race semi-wild […]

Self Drive in Namibia Self Driving in Namibia

Wildfoot Travel’s Simon Rowland took a self-drive trip through Namibia recently. Here we gives us his first hand advice on how to organise your own self-drive adventure along with some […]

Best Travel Apps Six Of The Best Travel Apps

The range of apps on offer these days is endless, with every one claiming to simplify your life and solve your every day problems. In reality, the result is often […]

Ten great Reasons To Visit Namibia Ten Great Reasons To Visit Namibia

Namibia is one of Africa’s hidden Gems. With a newly developing tourism industry, there is just so much to see and do in this unspoiled natural wildreness. In this short […]

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 […]