OSE offers year round expert guided wilderness adventures for the whole family. We specialise in East African Family safaris and Arctic wilderness expeditions as well as Bengal tiger viewing in Nepal and humpback whale free diving in the Pacific. Our East African camping safaris run year round.
Here follows a brief year round overview of ideal wildlife viewing timeframes;
January; Arctic dogsledding in Swedish lapland and Tiger viewing in Nepal.
February; Arctic dogsledding in Swedish Lapland and Tiger viewing in Nepal.
March; Arctic dogsledding in Swedish Lapland
April; Polar bear viewing on Arctic Svalbard
May; Polar bear viewing on Arctic Svalbard
June; brown bear viewing in coastal Alaska and yacht based Polar bear viewing Arctic Svalbard.
July; brown bear viewing in Alaska and yacht based Polar bear viewing Arctic Svalbard
August; free diving with humpback whales in Tonga and mountain camp based brown bear viewing in Alaska
September; free diving with humpbacks in Tonga and Grizzly bear viewing in British Columbia-Canada and Polar bear viewing in Arctic Alaska
October; free diving with humpback whales in Tonga, Grizzly bear viewing in British Columbia and Polar bear viewing in Arctic Alaska.
November; Tiger viewing in Nepal
December; Tiger viewing in Nepal and dogsledding in Arctic Sweden.
Please contact us on the details below if you would like to hear more about our expert guided wilderness expeditions to these amazing locations.
“Imagine witnessing polar bears up close, in the Arctic, on foot. Free-diving with humpback whales on a private island in the Pacific. Or photographing the Big Five deep in the heart of the African bush living in your own luxury mobile-tented camp.
The pinch-yourself, can-hardly-believe-it’s-happening experiences that Olly Suzi Expeditions (OSE) provide are truly, wildly thrilling. This pair of artists has notched up 60 trips over the last 25 years, tracking and painting endangered predators all over the planet, from the desert to the jungle. Along the way they’ve made friends with legendary guides, polar explorers, survival experts and conservationists – all of whom they can hook you up with in a nanosecond. You simply tell them what you’d like and then step-by- step, they’ll build your privately guided, dream expedition with you. Easy as that. Then, you’ll be off, seeing African wild-dog breeding (beyond rare) or black rhino conservation in action, in search of elusive Bengal tigers (on elephant back too!) or traveling by traditional dog-team through frozen Arctic forests… We could go on, but we’re getting itchy feet just writing about all the animal magic these two can conjure up.”
Daisy Finer, Conde Nast Traveller Magazine, 2013.