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Saw the Chinese Giant Flying Squirrel (Petaurista xanthotis) on our Panda Extension! Don't miss our upcoming January trip to see Panda, Takin, and Golden Monkey. Click here to sign up today!

All guests have arrived and the excitement is high! Tomorrow its just us and the Pandas at the Foping Nature Reserve. Learn more about this trip by clicking here.

Now you can have your very own WANT Safari Shirt! Pre-order your WANT Safari shirt (100% cotton) before September 1st for only USD $40. This shirt is rugged enough for any safari, but sharp enough to wear when your not traveling. Order in time, and have your shirt hand delivered on your next trip with WANT Expeditions! Shirts will be shipped after September 9th, 2010.
Sizes (Men's sizing)
Intl. ship avail.

WANT Expeditions is now offering tours for the MSU Alumni Association. In 2011, Jessica Pociask, MSU alumni and tour guide, will be guiding our East Africa Wildlife Safari and Uganda Mountain Gorilla Extension. Clink on the links above to sign up on our website, or visit the MSU Alumni Association's webpage.

Still, the most exciting moment of the safari was our encounter with hundreds of thousands of migrating wildebeest and zebra - before we could even see them, the rumbling of their groaning could be heard traveling across the plains. We could feel the trembling of the ground quaking from their massive movements, and their smells rising up from the earth greeted us as we approached ever closer! Little dots in the distance we first assumed to be bushes soon transformed to be more animals than we could imagine, until finally even the most avid photographer put his lens cap on and just sat back to take in this incredible spectacle!
-Ferenc Kis, Tour Guide. 'Notes From the Field' East Africa 2010
Don't miss the next departure to East Africa click here to sign up today!

"... both Birgit and myself got ‘blessed’ by two Gorillas wanting to be in touch with us... what an experience!!!" -Detlev (Germany) This was the overwhelming response from our most recent Uganda Mountain Gorilla Extension. Space continues to remain limited, so don't miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Mountain Gorillas in Uganda next January 20-25, 2011. Sign up for this extension when you book our East Africa Wildlife Safari, January 25-February 05, 2011.

After visiting 7 different national parks in Madagascar our group had compiled a seriously impressive species list with 19 different lemur species, 32 different endemic bird species, and dozens of endemic reptiles, amphibians, insects and plants. The trip got even more exciting when two male Indris, in the midst of a territorial dispute, lost their balance and fell out of the tree and less than two metres from our feet! We also experienced a famous sifaka dance, participated in a number of great night walks, and admired a great array of landscapes, tribes and villages. Don't miss the 2011 departure! Click here to sign up

Save up to $1000 per person on our Euro based trips, such as Kamchatcka, Greenland, Madagascar and more! For those of us living outside the Euro zone, the drop in the Euro has made these trips more affordable than ever, so now is the time to book! Our 2011 Kamchatcka trip is currently Euro 4,775. At last months exchange rate, this trip would cost USD 6,828 (double occupancy), but this week, thanks to better exchange rates, this trip is USD $5900; a savings of $928!!! But, you can only take advantage of this if you book and pay for your trip in-full today. Hurry, this won't last long!

Author of 'Birds of East Asia,' and renown naturalist and photographer, Mark Brazil, will be joining us on our upcoming Japan Winter Wildlife Safari. Click here to read more and sign up today!

Saving Snow Leopards recently asked us to write an article on our Kyrgyzstan Snow Leopard Expedition. SSL is an online blog on Snow Leopard conservation projects in zoos and in the wild. Click here to go to 'Saving Snow Leopards' webpage.