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WANT Expeditions is now listed on Birdlife International's website as their newest 'Species Champions!' Click
here to go to Birdlife's webpage.

"It was the trip of a lifetime!" Our Greenland Dog Sled trip was an incredible success, and 2011 is already sold out. Email Akos(at)hivekovics.com to let us know if you are interested in a 2012 departure before its too late.

Good news! Update on Icelandic volcano disruption: Today, London's Heathrow Airport received its first inbound long-haul flight from Vancouver. We are still closely monitoring this situation and will advise of any trips affected.

Another incredible visit to the Galapagos! Only one space left for a single woman for 2011, so hurry and sign up today! Jessica Pociask will host a beautiful photographic lecture on April 20th and May 6th at two Michigan libraries. Contact us for more information.

This might be the most exciting news so far! WANT just teamed up with Birdlife International to become the newest 'Species Champion' for their 'preventing species extinction' program! Click on the 'Species Champion' logo on the right hand side to learn more.

Click here to see a video of our guests swimming with Sea Lions in the Galapagos!

Join us March 4th & 9th at the Traverse Area District Library for a presentation on the Snow Leopards of Kyrgyzstan and the Penguins of Antarctica. For more information and directions visit www.tadl.org.

See a video of tour leader Akos Hivekovics and WANT guests with

Congratulations to Leah Inks, the Grand Prize winner of our "Botswana Safari" contest. Thanks to all who participated. If you missed the contest, you can still sign up for membership and take advantage of all the incentives, like travel discounts, for members only.

We had a fantastic Komodo Dragon encounter on Rinca Island! During our Komodo Dragon trip in October, we took off on a leisurely afternoon walk in the national park, when suddenly sighted an unusually active mid-sized dragon. As it turned out, he was heading up on a steep slope, onto the open grassland, to hunt for deer. As he located his prey, he employed a speed we could barely keep up with. Fortunately the deer flee soon, and as the dragon headed towards a buffalo, he considerably slowed down, providing us with great photographic opportunities. It was a breathtaking wildlife experience, hunting with a Komodo Dragon.