At Wildtracks Travel, we want to show you the hidden corners of our natural world and help you to better understand the habitats and wildlife of our destinations.
That’s why we keep our group sizes small, why we enlist the help of local experts and why we take our impact on our surroundings very seriously.
Katie Lloyd & Tim Coleshaw
Wildlife we may see includes golden eagle, mountain hare, snow bunting, black grouse, ptarmigan, crossbill, crested tit, pine marten, red squirrel, red deer, bottlenose dolphin and otter.
Jo Horbury & Tim Coleshaw
Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age archaeological sites, private museum of local archaeological artefacts
Chalk downland flowers and butterflies, turtle dove
Nesting puffins, razorbills and guillemots, Lundy cabbage and other wild flowers, grey seals, stunning landscapes and unspoilt fishing villages.