Top Wildlife Destinations From Across The Globe
Looking for something truly unique on your next holiday? If you are a wildlife enthusiast with a taste for adventure, these beautiful and remarkable destinations are just what you're looking for. Get up close with nature's most amazing wonders and explore some of the best wildlife from across the globe.
Perhaps the most remote destination on the planet, Antarctica is home to breathtaking landscapes and wildlife. From penguins to seals to whales, Antarctica offers experiences that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Witness the fascinating migration of the Emperor Penguin and countless other natural wonders. Visitors can plan a tour to Antarctica during the months of December and January.
Situated in southern Africa, Botswana is famous for world-class safaris. Watch lions stalk their prey and elephants stampede in this natural wonderland. Other amazing wildlife to spot include zebras, antelopes and giraffes. Botswana is also home to more than 150 sorts of reptiles and around 8000 sorts of insects and spiders. Though each season has its own magic, it is an amazing destination all year round.
If you're looking for a remarkable wildlife trip to an exotic destination, Corbett National Park in Uttarakhand, is the place to be. The main attraction of this park is the large population of tigers as well as more than 50 sorts of mammals, 25 varieties of reptiles and over 500 species of birds. Plan a tour to Corbett National Park from March to June in summer and November to February in winter.
Situated in Southeast Asia, Thailand is one of the best destinations in the world to view Asian elephants in their natural habitat. With more than 100 national parks there are countless unique attractions, wildlife experiences and extraordinary facilities to explore. Khao Yai is the oldest and most visited national park in Thailand where visitors are granted the opportunity to feed and wash elephants. Another famous park is Kaeng Krachan National Park, dotted with gorgeous cascades, hot springs and striking caves. The best months to visit the national parks of Thailand are December, January and February.
This guest post was written by Jessica Frei, a wildlife enthusiast and a nature lover. She likes to write about national parks, the wildlife of India, and other adventurous destinations.