7 Best Wildlife Breaks Around The World
Wildlife viewing is always an incredible experience every avid wildlife lover cherishes. It’s a great way to go back to nature and unwind ourselves. If you are thinking about going one a wildlife break, here are 7 best wildlife breaks that you consider before making a final decision.
Watching a wild tiger in the middle of a jungle is always a thrilling experience. If you want to have such an experience, India, Bangladesh and Nepal are the top three destinations with a number of national parks and nature reserves containing tigers of many different species. According to a 2014 report, there are around 2226, 440 and 250 tigers respectively in India, Bangladesh and Nepal.
Unafraid Animals of Galapagos Islands
One of the top and most unique wildlife safari experiences in the world is playing with unafraid animals of Galapagos Islands. Yes, you can play with various different species of animals that are not found elsewhere in the world. Galapagos Islands are rich in diverse species of rare animals. That’s why the famous Charles Darwin started his research on evolution.
An African Wildlife Safari
Africa is by far the most popular continent for wildlife safari. Tanzania, Botswana, Kenya, Zambia and South Africa are the top five African safari destinations respectively. Watching the Great Migration in Kenya or the Big Five Safari (elephant, leopard, black rhino, buffalo, lion) are two best wildlife safari experiences in Africa.
Leopard Safari in Sri Lanka
Leopards are incredibly beautiful creature. If you want to watch wild leopards, the place on earth is the Sri Lanka’s Yala National Park as it has the largest concentration of Leopards in the world. There are so many other exciting things to do in Sri Lanka.
Arctic Polar Bears
Currently, polar bears are among the most endangered animals in the world. So, it is so very difficult to find one these days. Still, if you want to spot polar bears you can go to Greenland, Canada and Alaska as these are the places known for having good number of polar bears.
Whale watching is another exciting wildlife viewing experience with great sense of accomplishment. In fact, the number of places going where you can surely spot whales is limited. Some of the most popular places to spot gigantic whales include Newport Beach in California, Newfoundland, Reykjavik in Iceland, Juneau in Alaska, and B.C in Canada.
Gorilla Tracking In Uganda and Rwanda
Some believe human beings evolved from Gorillas. While there is lots of doubt on that, gorillas are one of the most exotic animals on earth. Uganda and Rwanda are two most popular places you can go to spot wild gorillas. To be more specific, the Virunga Mountains of Rwanda and the Bwindi Forest of Uganda are perfect places to go gorilla tracking in Africa.
These are 7 best wildlife breaks you can have around the world. If you think any other wildlife break should have been in this list, let me know that in the comment section.