1. Northern Experience Wildlife Tours
Northern Experience Wildlife Tours offer exclusive guided bird watching tours, as well as photography and wildlife trips. They also accommodate for holidays and tuition, all of which is based in Northumberland and the North Pennines.
2. Scotland Wildlife Holidays
‘Scotland offers a wide variety of self catering and serviced holiday accommodation from cottages and caravans to lighthouses and luxury hotels, many offering their own special taste of Scotland’s wildlife.’
3. Orcadian Wildlife
Take a trip to Orkney to experience some close ups of the resident sea birds, birds of prey and marine mammals. Accommodation all organic and there is the option of self catering for a maximum of four people.
4. Heatherlea Scotland
Specialising in friendly holidays to see birds and mammals in the wild. Our fully inclusive tours include comfortable en-suite hotel accommodation, all food, transport and the services of top quality experienced Leaders. Everything you need.
5. Mid-Wales Bird Watching
If the impressive landscape of Wales doesn’t interest you, then perhaps the wildlife around there will. The Red Kite has recently made a massive come back in Wales and the feeding centres can see over a hundred of these magnificent birds at one time.
6. Denbury Farm
This holiday site offers fishing, horse riding, badger watching and bird watching, and if that doesn’t interest you, you can take a look at their webcams to see what else they’ve got going on.
7. Green Traveller
Green Traveler provides you with the opportunity to stay in an environmentally friendly house, whilst you make the most of the surrounding wildlife. They provide some unique ways to spend your holiday, ranging from campsites to yurts.
8. Wiltshire Farm Stay
Wiltshire farm stay is a collection of rural, and farm accommodation sites. With some of the places offering access to their land, the quietness of staying on a farm can work to your wildlife watching advantage.
9. Dale Farm House
The house is advertised as a ‘wildlife and bird watcher’s paradise – pheasants, woodpeckers, moorhens and deer are all regular visitors’. It is situated in the New Forest and is close to a wide range of wildlife related activities.