Windows On The Wild

Windows on the Wild brings you a comprehensive range of unique and exciting holidays around the world.

Our trips include amazing wildlife watching, adventures and experiences and can be tailor-made to suit each traveller’s individual requirements.

We offer canoeing, kayaking, rafting, whale watching, wolf watching, dog sledding, snowmobiling, polar bears, grizzly bears, penguins, horse riding, trekking, fly-drive tours, small ship cruising, snorkelling, diving, volcanoes and much much more in some of the worlds most exciting destinations.

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Our top 35 trips

From: £6330.00

Wildly rugged and remote – this tundra coastal lodge provides the discerning photographer the ability to dedicate long days in the field getting up close and personal with Arctic wildlife.

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From: £1850.00

Journey over frozen lakes and rivers and through the beautiful Saguenay forests and experience the Mahikan, a unique breed of dog which legend believes ‘fears nothing’.

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From: £3700.00

The coastal rainforest of British Columbia is considered to be one of the world's great ecological treasures.

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From: £2140.00

Spirit Bear Lodge in Klemtu is a lovely new addition to British Columbia's bear viewing. It is built in the spirit of Canada's First Nations heritage with guests' comfort in mind.

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From: £5015.00

This is a very unique program and is sure to be the trip of a lifetime. Photo opportunities present themselves often from inside the 8 foot buffalo fence, with bears as close as 3 feet away.

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From: £3270.00

This unique tour offers the opportunity to see both black bears and polar bears in their natural habitats. Riding Mountain National Park is a great location for wildlife-viewing.

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From: £510.00

Spend three days kayaking the longest uninhabited coastline on the east coast. Camp on secluded beaches and learn first hand about the Bay of Fundy, its ecology, tides and sculptured coastline.

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The Bowron mountain lake circuit is rated one of the best in North America and consists of 11 lakes and interconnecting rivers.

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From: £1765.00

A winter time opportunity to explore the edge of the largest forest region in Canada.

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From: £1300.00

Newfoundland has hundreds of little towns and thousands of guts, coves, and bays. Every little place has its own charm, its own personality, and its own collection of colourful characters.

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From: £5935.00

The Birds, Bears and Belugas adventure combines the thrill of seeing and hearing beluga whales with summer polar bear viewing, amongst a backdrop of tundra alive with flora and fauna.

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Join the ranks of legendary Yukon Pioneers such as George Carmacks & Martha Louise Black and break a back country trail that will take you into some of the most spectacular back country of the Yukon!

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From: £3225.00

The Vancouver Island, Victoria and the Gulf Islands region is a large, sparsely populated area and is home to one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems.

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From: £5750.00

This polar bear viewing holiday gives you the chance to spend three nights out on the tundra at Tundra Buggy Lodge, a series of Tundra Buggies joined together to create comfortable accommodation.

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From: £915.00

Let Québec charm you with its diversity and romanticism on this programme

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From: £2097.00

Discover the wonders of Quebec on this fantastic Seaplane Adventure

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From: £1500.00

The Lighthouses of Newfoundland are symbolic of the rich history, ties to the sea and enduring spirit of the people of Newfoundland.

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From: £1580.00

Gros Morne has some of the best coastal and mountain hiking in eastern North America. Guided and unguided day hikes of varying difficulty are available throughout the 1805 square kilometre park.

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Starting in the cosmopolitan city of Montreal, discover the beauty of historic Quebec City, the stunning Gaspe Peninsula, the whales of Tadoussac, the magnificent Saguenay Fjord and much more!

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From: £1775.00

This tour travels overland from the Pacific to the Arctic, along snow covered highways & roadways built of ice along ancient wildlife corridors, and traditional trading routes of First Nations traders

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From: £2705.00

This energetic adventure is a fantastic way to see the 10,000 year old west coast of Newfoundland.

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From: £1680.00

Built in the height of the Klondike Gold Rush by prospectors who had survived the strenuous Chilkoot Trail from Skagway, Whitehorse is now the largest town in the Yukon.

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From: £1235.00

The 370 km tour (including approx. 170km on the Yukon River) through the solitude of the Teslin River is one of the most popular canoe adventures and it is especially suitable for the novice canoeist.

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From: £5935.00

The Great Ice Bear Tours take place in October and November – prime polar bear viewing season. During this time the bears congregate in large numbers on the coast of Hudson Bay for their annual hunt.

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From: £3800.00

Polar bears gather in the northern town of Churchill in October and early November waiting for the sea ice to freeze.

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From: £3659.00

The Torngats are a wild place where polar bears, wolves and caribou survive in a habitat that is breathtakingly spectacular.

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From: £2959.00

This rustic floating lodge moored in a sheltered bay next to the Glendale River is reached by a scenic float plane and is one of the best locations for grizzly bears.

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Combine two fascinating destinations and enjoy wildlife and history in one exciting trip.

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From: £1610.00

Every other year the Yukon Quest switches between Whitehorse and Fairbanks, Alaska. This year the Yukon Quest starts on February 6, 2016 in Fairbanks

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From: £1830.00

Picturesque fishing villages, rugged coastal landscapes, wildlife & the Scottish, Native & Arcadian heritage of the region makes Atlantic Canada perfect for outdoor activity, wildlife & sightseeing

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Located 30 minutes northwest of Whitehorse at a wilderness base camp, you can enjoy the simplistic beauty of yurts.

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Retrace the Stampeders route one-way over the Chilkoot Pass on this enlightening adventure.

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From: £2599.00

This moderate hiking tour is a great way to see the charm and scenery of Nova Scotia.

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From: £480.00

Montreal Summer Adventure - June to September

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From: £2520.00

Guyana is an untouched wilderness. Relatively few travellers have visited this pristine and unspoilt destination with over 800 species of birds and hundreds of species of mammals and reptiles.

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