Some tourists in a car looking a lion during a safari.
Spot Rare Wildlife Up Close At These Destinations Around The World
Six hundred miles off the coast of Ecuador, these islands inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, natural selection, and the missing link in biology.
Galapagos Islands
These islands are the only place in the world where Galapagos giant tortoises, Galapagos sea lions, marine iguanas, Darwin's finches, and blue-footed boobies exist.
With six wildlife-filled national parks spanning 995 gorgeous miles, this Madagascar rainforest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most biodiverse places on the planet.
Atsinanana Rainforests
This park is a photography lover’s paradise that’s distinctive for its range of wildlife and diverse ecosystem that encompasses 5,700 square miles of raw nature in Tanzania.
Serengeti National Park
See how African animals live in the wild on a safari where you can spot 500 bird species, African elephants, buffalos, rhinoceros, lions, and leopards.
The 1.5 million acres of the Everglades wetlands in Florida are home to unique fish, panthers, bobcats, dolphins, and over 200,000 alligators and 2,000 crocodiles.
This nearly five-million-acre park in South Africa offers visitors the chance to spot everything from adorable animals to vicious predators up close on safaris.
Kruger National Park
One of the two sections has mammals and birds, and the other has lions, cheetahs, and leopards. The park also has rhinos, hyenas, giraffes, hippos, zebras, and monkeys.