There's an enticing variety of habitats and species across Japan's four main islands and thousands of smaller specks.
Scarred by fjords and dominated by mountains, Canada's dramatic Pacific coast is one of the most spectacular wildlife destinations in the world. Here be whales and bears galore.
This huge island nation is a dream destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Explore its parks and reserves to see many species that can be found nowhere else on Earth. 
Bee hummingbird
Visit this vibrant island to see over 20 endemic bird species, explore a swampy wilderness and dive on magical offshore reefs. 
Comprised of more than 7000 tropical islands in the Western Pacific, this Southeast Asian country has many places for the wildlife enthusiast to explore in search of endemic species. 
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.
The world's youngest island, Nishinoshima, is made up of two sections
Marvel at these images of our beautiful planet, from mountain ranges and deserts, to rainforests and lakes. 
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