Follow in the Footsteps of Jane Goodall
Marking the release of the new, critically acclaimed biographic film Jane, bespoke travel outfitter Natural World Safaris (www.naturalworldsafaris.com) presents two safaris for guests to follow in the footsteps of Jane Goodall, the inspirational primatologist whose work with chimpanzees in Tanzania revolutionised understandings of the natural world.
Featuring never-seen-before footage hidden in the National Geographic archives, award-winning director Brett Morgen explores Jane’s passion for wildlife through a narrative perspective. The Jane Goodall Institute continues today to advocate for the protection of wildlife and the environment, in honour of the woman who became one of the world’s most admire conservationists.
Guests travelling with Natural World Safaris can gain a valuable insight to this work on the following safaris:
Tanzania Chimpanzee Trekking Safari
Track the chimpanzees of western Tanzania on this safari, learning about primate behaviour and social structure from expert guides. Head to the shores of Lake Tanganyika to explore the remote rainforests of Mahale Mountains National Park, home to one of the largest populations of habituated chimpanzees in Africa. Guests will also spend time with the chimp residents of Gombe Stream National Park, whose ancestors contributed to Jane’s initial discoveries which changed the natural world. Home to Jane Goodall’s world-renowned research centre established in 1965, it will provide a valuable insight into this remarkable species and ongoing research.
Natural World Safaris offers this eight-day safari from £4,945 per person, excluding international flights. Best time to travel: June to February.
Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari with Scott Portelli
Join international award-winning wildlife, nature and underwater photographer Scott Portelli on a specialist-led ultimate gorilla trekking safari in Uganda. Explore the impenetrable forest of Bwindi National Park, searching for endangered mountain gorillas. Spend two days tracking the gorillas and experience them in their natural habitat and with the assistance of Scott capture unique images to cherish forever. Scott will guide guests to get the best out of photographs during the day, and will review their collection each evening, allowing guests to improve their skills for the following days.
Natural World Safaris offers this 6-day safari from £3,465 per person, excluding international flights and gorilla permits. Departures dates 14 – 19 April 2018.
For more information and to book, visit www.naturalworldsafaris.com or call +44 01273 691642.
Mark Bibby Jackson
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