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Just a belated thank you to World Expeditions for the wonderful trip to the Antarctic my sister and I joined last December. From the first day, it was agreed that 1 day on a plane and 2 1/2 days on a ship was a small price to pay to have the chance to enjoy such an amazing experience. The ship was comfortable and crewed by an excellent staff; the size of the vessel was perfect to allow maximum opportunity for the four dozen or so passengers to enjoy the experience (contrasted to many of the other vessels we saw in port in Ushuaia).
Furthermore, the guides provided were professional, knowledgeable and friendly, adding to the great atmosphere of the journey. Our fellow travellers were an outgoing and welcoming bunch too, which made for a wonderful time. I wholeheartedly commend World Expeditions to anyone as a first rate provider of adventure travel - I can't wait for my next opportunity to try another experience (perhaps Kenya at a quiet moment). My sincere thanks to the team.

Andrew Hunter | Norwood, SA

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Wild Africa  Big Cat Conservation with Ben Britton

Sydney : Wild Africa Big Cat Conservation with Ben Britton

Thursday Jan 31, 2013 06:00 PM

It’s not every day you get a chance to see Africa’s wild animals. Even rarer are hands on opportunities which literally bring you face to face with them.

In June 2013, Nat Geo Wild presenter Ben Britton will guide a lucky group of travellers deep into the wilds of Botswana with the aim of tracking, darting and attaching a tracking collar to one of the ‘Big Cats’ at the Northern Tuli Predator Project. At the end of the trip, travelers will be given a website and an access code which will allow them to monitor the animals progress across Africa for the next 2 years.

Come and hear Ben talk about the inspiring and important research work that is being done at the Northern Tuli Predator Project and find out how you can become involved. Ben will also share with us the importance of the research that is happening as it relates to animal behavior and the conservation of Africa’s Big Cats. You’ll also hear first hand from returned travelers about their experiences and achievements with Ben on his recent trip to Africa in August.

We hope you can join us.

Cost: Free Location:
World Expeditions, Sydney Office, Level 5, 71 York St
Start: 06:00 PM

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