Whether you love the lions in Africa or the wolves of Yellowstone, custom tours give you the opportunity to see these animals up close and personal.
Without the fear of being mistaken for an all-inclusive meal.
However, when traveling all over the world you may not know what tours are going to give you the best experience.
Leaving you with empty pockets and no memories to share.
Below are 6 mind-blowing custom tours that you can book today to experience wildlife in its natural habitat.
Forget zoo enclosures, watch as pods of orcas glide by in the waters of Alaska and experience life the right way!
Want to see more of the unique wildlife in northern Kenya? Then you have to book the Special Big Five Safari.
It’s made for someone who isn’t just interested in cats and the Great Migration but also in isolated locations and beautiful landscapes, new species, and off-the-beaten-path locations.
This tour is eight days of discovery and true bewilderment.
You will have specialist tour guides to transport you from place to place as you view some of Africa’s most incredible wildlife.
There are options to take strolls, bike rides, horseback safaris, or even helicopter safaris around Mount Kenya.
No views will ever compare. Just be sure to book before you get there for an unforgettable experience.
Not to mention you will stay in luxury lodges that keep you cool, comfortable and relaxed at every destination.
On day 7 you have the option to go fly camping. This will take you into the heart of the jungle and enjoy a night under the stars.
All before heading back to Buffalo Springs to begin your journey home.
This 8-day trip is one of the greatest ways to see the land of North Kenya!
Go on the boat tour of a lifetime with Kenai Fjords Wildlife and Glacier Cruises.
This company has been bringing people and wildlife together since 1974, and now you can experience it for yourself.
Watch as gray whales travel 5,000 miles each year from Baja, Mexico to Alaska to feed during the summer.
Resurrection Bay is particularly lovely in the spring, and there are also opportunities to see more wildlife and distant views of Bear Glacier.
This is a more affordable tour and is perfect for families as kids go free. Lunch is provided and lasts an incredible 4 hours.
Is there a better way to spend your afternoon?
All you have to do is dress up in layers. And we mean lots of layers. With a waterproof jacket, hat, and gloves. And don’t forget to bring your camera.
Nothing is more breathtaking than when those gray whales breach the surface and show off their incredible talents.
Some may even pose for a photo!
South America is a thrill seekers heaven. From kayaking to safaris, there is plenty to do that will have your heart racing and never wanting to leave.
Mountain and Volcano climbing is one of the best ways to see the heart of South America.
If you decide to do mountain climbing while visiting South America, you’ll have access to innumerable paths of varying degrees of difficulty and hundreds of volcanoes, many of which are still active.
This will give you panoramic views that you won’t be able to see anywhere else.
When it comes to volcanoes, Cotopaxi in Ecuador’s Volcano Avenue is about as classic as it gets.
One of the most well-known volcanoes in South America, this active one soars into the sky at around 6000 meters.
With a guide, it is possible to climb the peak, but it is also worthwhile to spend some time exploring the national park around it.
If you are taking on these tours without the help of a tour guide, make sure you are with someone who has experience in long hikes and knows how to survive.
You do not want to go alone without basic survival skills.
Wyoming is a lesser known state for visitors but it has some of the most amazing tours in the country.
And it is the state that houses the Yellowstone National Park. Here, thousands of species of wildlife are left to roam freely with protection.
On this two-day, private tour you will be joined by a local naturality guide who will completely tailor this experience to you.
The first day will take you on a journey across the Old Faithful region and beyond, experiencing the geysers and other thermal phenomena while taking you back in time to see the history of the first National Park.
The following morning, you’ll set out on an early morning excursion of the Northern Range and Lamar Valley in search of bears, wolves, bison, and the numerous other creatures that call Yellowstone home.
Your same guide will bring along binoculars and spotting scopes.
As you venture through the park, your guide will share the rich history of the geological events that took place at Yellowstone.
You will see the Yellowstone Volcano which is the largest active volcano in the world.
It is home to over 10,000 geothermal features that you can even take a hot dip in during the summer.
Lodging is not included in this tour, so be sure to book accommodations before you get there.
Otherwise, you might be spending a night under the stars with the wolves.
Breakfast, lunch, and snacks are all included with the tour as well as some hot beverages such as coffee, tea, and hot cocoa for when the sunsets and the cold chill sets in.
Don’t forget to bring plenty of layers and extra clothes for the second day.
And don’t forget to bring a backup charger for your smartphone. You are going to want to take lots of pictures!
Going off to see the world is an incredible experience. Something that many of us dream about for days on end.
So, if you are lucky enough to do it, make sure you do it right.
Above are 6 mind-blowing custom tours that you can book.
See wild animals up close in their natural habitat, climb mountains, explore volcanoes, and dive into shark-infested waters.
You can experience the world like no other. No matter where your travels take you, there is a tour ready to be tailored to your liking!