wildlife travel

Receive a warm welcome and encounter a wealth of wildlife on land and at sea when you visit this gem of an island.
Black rhino
Head to this not so deep-and-dark corner of southern Africa for giant owls, peculiar plants and rhinos that like to party. 
Asian Elephant
It’s not all beaches and parties – there’s a host of dynamic wildlife in this popular holiday destination. 
Its landscape may be flat, but its wildlife certainly isn’t. Visit this land of windmills and water to encounter spoonbills in sand dunes and wild ponies in wetlands.
If you can withstand the cold, this sparsely populated US state is known for its diverse terrain and abundant wildlife. 
Common wombat
An isolated island off the south coast of Australia, Tasmania offers encounters with such amazing Antipodean delights as wombats, wallabies and wedge-tailed eagles.
The jaw-dropping scenery of the 50th state of the USA may be familiar from its starring appearances in US TV dramas, but the islands' amazing wildlife demands that you visit for yourself.
Mountain Gorilla
Head to East Africa to see such amazing wildlife as the endangered mountain gorilla, the wonderful white rhino, the tallest animal in the world and a truly spectacular sunflower.
White-tailed eagle
From easy-to-spot beavers and eagles to rarer predators such as bears and wolves, meet the star species of Sweden.
Bornean orangutan
Asia’s largest island is home to a wealth of wildlife, from the biggest flowers to the smallest elephants.
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