HOLIDAYS WITH 100% FINANCIAL PROTECTION2011/12
WelcomeWildlife Worldwide has had a very exciting year, and here I thought I'd share with you some of our highlights. We were lucky enough to be granted access to the reintroduction of fi ve black rhino to North Luangwa National Park in May. Zambia's Luangwa Valley is close to our heart as it's where the idea for Wildlife Worldwide was conceived. In the past we've helped with prior stages of the reintroduction project, so it was great to be able to invite you to join us to witness the last and amazing stage of a remarkable conservation effort. We also added Brazil to our list of destinations where we are proud to support local wildlife projects, aiding macaw and jaguar research in the Pantanal, a fantastic, pioneering wildlife destination, and one I was lucky enough to visit and experience in September. Next year, we'll continue in our endeavours to raise money for conservation projects worldwide, bringing our special kind of enthusiasm for responsible tourism practices, and our unique skills and energy into everything we do both here and abroad. We'll continue to bring you fantastic new opportunities to see wildlife, participate in conservation and make a real benefi t to the environment and communities you travel to. This year, for the fi rst time in a number of years, we're introducing Zimbabwe to our 2011/12 offering. I wanted to be 100% sure that offering Zimbabwe again was the right thing to do so I travelled there and am now convinced that by sending travellers to this wonderful country we really will be able to help the local economy and provide a little employment where it is needed most. We hope you enjoy our new 2011/12 brochure and our dedicated team very much look forward to helping you arrange your wildlife holiday of a lifetime.Chris BreenFounder, Wildlife WorldwideI have travelled with Wildlife Worldwide, been to great places, met great people and seen great beasts -- and always, I know it's going to be done right. That's because they do ethics as well as effi ciency. Simon Barnes. Conservationist & author""