Starting in the east, our wonderful Bhutan wildlife adventure took us right across the country to the west along the slopes of the Himalayas, reaching just above 4000 metres at our highest point.
With rainforests, mangrove swamps, savannahs and tropical reefs, this was presented as a nature lovers paradise and we were not disappointed.
Huge flocks of cranes winter in Extremadura and I wanted to see them. With plenty of birds, and good food as well, we had a great time during this intensive birding trip.
This fantastic birding bonanza took us from the lakes and forests of Finland to the fjords and mountains of northern Norway.
It was a perfect combination of wildlife, geology and a solar eclipse in the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
The weather did not stop us enjoying this wildlife trip and Orkney had some fascinating archaeological sites.
With lots of flowers and butterflies as well as the many brilliant birds, this was a lovely place to visit.
A trip down memory lane as well as exploring new places, Japan never disapoints.
Costa Rica is considered to be one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world. This trip took us right across the country exploring the many different wildlife habitats along the way.
We had a wonderful family holiday travelling through China. We walked on the Great Wall, looked at Pandas and paddled in the Li River. It was a perfect mix of interesting culture and wonderful landscapes.
An easy going, 5 mile, walk across Ockham and Wisley commons with some historic bits.
This 5 mile walk from Tilford takes you through a varied landscape. There is one steep section to the top of Crocksbury Hill.
This was a shortish walk (4 miles) making our way up to the ridge between the two ponds at Frensham, around the big pond and across the heathland at the back. The paths are mostly quite dry and easy going.
A short 3 mile walk through a mixed landscape with some gentle hills and a view. It’s usually not too muddy. The village shop serves great coffee (weekdays only, but may change)
This 5 mile walk from Elstead takes you across Hankley Common to the Moat and then back over Thursley and Elstead Commons.