South America is the most species rich continent on Earth and animals here carve out a niche to adapt to the dizzyingly diverse landscapes within it. Alongside an expert biologist, journey through Colombia’s tropical dry forest to learn about a conservation project to protect the endangered cotton-top tamarin monkey, which will feature in this particular episode.
Head to the verdant Peruvian Amazon in search of the Peru poison dart frog. Aid conservationists in a project that will provide vital information about the ecology and habitat of this beautiful yet endangered species.
Journey into The Pantanal, the largest wetland plain on the planet, to assist in collaring Jaguars is a completely bespoke, once in a lifetime experience; alongside scientists and conservationists you will track, sedate and collar one of these mysterious and mesmeric creatures in order to aid conservation efforts.
Venture south to track the elusive puma, the largest big cat in Patagonia, with a specialised team of experts. Head into the mountains to search for these elusive creatures on foot, while your guide will be in radio contact with others to give you the best possible chance of a successful outing.
Join Pelorus in a journey to explore a ‘continent of weirdos, beautiful animals and things you wont have seen in other places’. Explore the rugged western coast of Australia where the vast outback meets the sea; Ningaloo Reef is the world’s third largest fringing reef, home to corals, fish, manta rays, dugongs, dolphins as well as the passing parade of humpback whales and whale sharks. Diving here is the only way to experience the wonder of the marine world. Plunge beneath the waves with a Pelorus dive master and conservationist to marvel at majestic whale sharks and monitor their behaviour to better understand their migratory habits.
For those who wish to discover Australia’s best loved wildlife on land, journey to Cape Range National Park that boasts stunning panoramic scenery. Wander spectacular hiking trails and look out for iconic red-kangaroos, spiny echidnas and over 100 species of vibrant, endemic birds.