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Coronavirus: see news.

Welcome to Honeyguide Wildlife Holidays, our 30th season of natural history holidays.

Click on any of our destinations for 2020 on the left hand side. For prices, look under 'holiday details' towards the bottom of the page. If you would like a Honeyguide Wildlife Holidays brochure, please contact us.

Our calendar has a summary of dates and availability.

Lilium rhodopeaum Glossy ibises
Rhodope lily (Helen Crowder) Bulgaria's Western Rhodopes; glossy ibises (Steve Fletcher) Valencia; Gladiolus alatus (Geoff Crane), South Africa: spring flowers

We are pleased to help with group holidays – even a holiday for half a dozen friends. Please browse our nature notes too.

Some holidays run in the past are in our archive section, and many of these will return to the programme in a future year.

The Honeyguide Wildlife Charitable Trust goes from strength to strength. There is a conservation contribution with each holiday of £40, which goes through the Honeyguide Wildlife Charitable Trust. This idea, still surprisingly rarely copied, remains a simple and effective way of helping to protect the wildlife we enjoy.

Donations to conservation projects linked to our holidays in 2019 totalled £6,840, and our running total since 1991 is £136,412 (to April 2020). Through the Honeyguide Charity, the taxman tops up our contributions.

Holidays give the typical flights we use, but where practical we arrange flights from airports near to where you live, or help with other arrangements. Carbon offsets are part of each holiday’s price. Prefer not to fly? We're happy to make that possible, more on our ATOL page.

Rules about selling travel insurance mean if you want Honeyguide’s insurance you need to go straight to our broker rather than buying a policy directly from Honeyguide. Details are on our booking page and there is also help here on how to book parking and hotels at airports.

I hope you’ll want to find out more by exploring this website further.
If you would like a Honeyguide Wildlife Holidays brochure, please click on ‘contact us’.

Chris Durdin

Southern Africa with Honeyguide

Your South Africa helps you to put together a wildlife holiday with dates and an itinerary that suits you. Click here for more. Burchell's zebras lilac-breasted roller

Spain with Pau Lucio

Birdwatching Spain | Wildlife tours in Spain

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What does the ATOL logo mean? Read more here >

Fatbirder's Top 500 Birding Websites

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(+44) (0)1603 300552
Email - see contact us.

PDF of Honeyguide's brochure for 2020 on our holiday calendar page, plus availability updates.

For our news pages click here, or start with headlines and news in brief below.

Coronavirus: see various updates in news.

Honeyguiders in Lockdown: a growing photo-album from Honeyguiders at home.

Webcams: links on the news page to roseate terns, white-tailed eagles. peregrines at Norwich Cathedral and white storks in the home town in Germany of Honeyguiders Brennan & Karin Aunger.

A thank-you letter from GOB Menorca: link on the news page.

Aestivating snails, La Janda, Spain
Aestivating snails, La Janda, Spain. 'Honeyguide is aestivating,' see news.

Pre-lockdown news

Valencia highlights in 'Valencia diaries'; also flying squirrels and ringed seals in Estonia ... read more on the Honeyguide blog.

South Africa's Garden Route highlights in news.

Elephant in the rain (Geoff Crane)

Gambian certificate of appreciation; a new butterfly reserve for Valencia, in news.

Thorpe St Andrew Marshes. Wildlife sightings, blogs and news from Norfolk Wildlife Trust's nature reserve.
Guided walks cancelled to end September.

Honeyguide blog: perfoliate alexanders; bee orchids; Valencia diaries.

Updated July 2020

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Atol protected

The air holidays shown are ATOL Protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is ATOL 3253. ATOL Protection extends primarily to customers who book and pay in the United Kingdom. Click on the ATOL logo if you want to know more.

Helping you enjoy wildlife – Helping you protect wildlife