Set off on a wildlife adventure and come face-to-face with the world’s legendary creatures in their natural habitats on a 20-day journey by private jet. 

Starting at: $83,950 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 866-903-7650
 Lion in Ngorongoro Crater  Air routing for Wild Encounters by Private Jet  Orangutan in Borneo  Baby orangutan catching a ride in the jungle in Borneo  Elder orangutan in Borneo  Proboscis Monkeys in Borneo  Male Proboscis Monkey in Borneo  The elusive Bengal tiger, Ranthambore National Park  Majestic tiger in Ranthambore National Park  The landscape of Ranthambore National Park  Temple ruin at Ranthambore National Park  Gray Langur Monkeys in Ranthambore National Park  Gray Langur Monkey in Ranthambore National Park  Gray Langur Monkeys in Ranthambore National Park  A peacock in India  Leopards on safari  Wildebeest, cranes, and flamingos along the water, Ngorongoro Crater  Giraffes on the savanna  Adult Silverback Mountain Gorilla  Leopard on watch in a tree in the Serengeti  Elephants on the Serengeti  Herd of zebra  Pair of rhinos   A lone cheetah looks out over the savanna.  Credit: David Schachter  Flamingos at Ngorongoro Crater  Family of Mountain Gorillas in the jungles of Rwanda   Mother and baby Mountain Gorilla in the jungles of Rwanda  Hiking through the mountains of Rwanda  The elusive Bird of Paradise in the jungles of Papua New Guinea  The elusive Bird of Paradise in the jungles of Papua New Guinea

Wild Encounters by Private Jet

Featuring Rare and Iconic Animals From Hawaii to Rwanda

20 days from $83,950

Set off on a wildlife adventure and come face-to-face with the world’s legendary creatures in their natural habitats on a 20-day journey by private jet. 

or Call 866-903-7650

Feb 17 - Mar 8, 2017 Departure
Kristofer Helgen

Kristofer Helgen

Kristofer Helgen is a Research Zoologist and Curator of Mammals at the Smithsonian’'s National Museum of Natural History. He earned his Ph.D. in zoology at the University of Adelaide in Australia and has worked on almost every continent. Kris is renowned for discovering new mammal species worldwide. He has appeared on the Discovery Channel and on television and radio programs around the world.