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Sichuan Mammal Watching Tour – March 2019 – Royle Safaris Trip Report

Back in April 2019 Royle Safaris ran its second back to back Sichuan Mammals Tour with special focus on the rarest and ‘coolest’ of Chinese mammals. We were very successful, the trip resulted in 3 sightings of giant panda (plus a 4th through thermal only) as well as red...

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IndoChinese Clouded Leopard Tour – Nepal (2020)

After the amazing trip report from Jens Hauser last year, Royle Safaris has been in touch with the leading clouded leopard researchers in Nepal and we are pleased to announce the first group trip dedicated to looking for the Indochinese clouded leopard in Nepal. We are looking at travelling...

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Amur Leopard & Siberian Tiger Success – Next Available Trips

Royle Safaris is heading to the Russian Far East again this winter (2019-20) and there are a few different options available for anyone wishing to book a trip to see and photograph either the critically endangered Amur leopard or Siberian tiger. You can find the itinerary and dates to...

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