Khao Sok National Park, Thailand
One way to explore the beautiful fauna and flora of the largest nature reserve in southern Thailand is by canoe on the Khao Sok River. The rainforest is one of the oldest in the world, preceded by several million years to those of America. from the south. The reserve is home to a wide variety of animals, including elephants, bears, leopards, and tigers.
Madikwe Nature Reserve, South Africa
This reserve has private pavilions for all tastes: from Thakadu River Camp and your personal observation deck, luxurious chalet at Royal Madikwe. Since 1991, more than 8000 animals have been released, safari fans are almost guaranteed to see one of 66 mammals and one of 300 species of birds. To take advantage of this reservation, take your tickets to Johannesburg and it will take you around three hours by car.
Twasulu Kalahari Nature Reserve, South Africa
After his long flight to Paris. Discover South Africa and the Kalahari Twasulu Reserve. Hotels offer full board for small groups. Guests can confidently explore the extraordinary landscapes and perhaps see one of the famous Kalahari lions.
Croajingolong National Park, Australia
In this stretch of beaches, estuaries, rivers and deep eucalyptus forests, visitors can see koalas and kangaroos, but also some of the 306 species of birds. There is a wide variety of accommodations for all budgets, from campsites to the luxurious Gypsy Point Lakeside Boutique Resort in the heart of the park.
Cruise-Diving, Red Sea, Egypt
Despite its popularity, the Red Sea offers several always wonderful encounters with marine life. One of the best ways to escape other divers is to go places accessible only by boat. Meals and dives are generally included in the rate, and dive instructors are there to help.
Horse Safari, Yellowstone National Park, USA
What better way to explore Yellowstone Park by becoming a cowboy? Equipped (e) with the perfect mix, you will discover places that tourists do not see in 4×4, and you will feel closer to the impressive landscapes. Many mammals live on Yellowstone bison, grizzly bears, black bears, elk, cougars, bobcats, and now a pack of 13 wolves.
Gorilla safari, Rwanda
After many years of poaching and because some have realized that gorillas are worth more alive than dead, Rwandan gorillas are now protected. For this safari you need to be in good physical shape as you can walk a lot on rough terrain. And it is advisable to book in advance: only eight visitors can spend an hour with one of the seven families of primates.
Killer whale watching, Vancouver, Canada
Among the marine mammals observed in Vancouver waters, orcas are the most popular. Between April and August, around 80 whales are back in the region and visitors have a 90% chance of seeing a group of killer whales. Some professionals suggest not charging if visitors don’t see them. As it is possible to have fun at a lower cost, especially now with cheap flights to Canada.
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Wildebeest life is not easy. Their annual migration between the Serengeti and Masai Mara parks is one of the best spectacles in the natural world. The Mara River is their last hurdle: if the ford is shallow, most make it across, otherwise the wildebeest will serve dinner to the huge hungry crocodiles. Enjoy this incredible scene while staying at luxurious Masai Mara resorts and lodges.
Bear Adventures, Manitoba, Canada / Churchill, United States
Bear fans will be delighted to know that black bears and polar bears can be seen in one trip. First you attend the polar bear migration in Churchill, then you stay in Riding Mountain National Park where you can see, in addition to bears, elk, elk and bison.