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Top 4 Places In The World For Wildlife Enthusiasts

Cheetah, Africa

Some people travel for bonding while others travel for the sheer thrill of exploration. The adventure of unravelling the mysteries of the unknown cannot be explained in words.

Wildlife exploration is really one of the best ways of connecting with our inner selves. Interacting with animals helps one rejuvenate from within as they watch nature in its full swing and experience the serenity apart from the loud city life.

Therefore, we have curated a list of top 4 places in the world that will enrich the memory for life for wildlife enthusiasts like you!

  1. A Big Five Safari in Africa
    When on a wildlife tour, one simply cannot forget to mention the Big Five Safari. The term ‘Big Five’ refers to the portion of Africa’s mainstream untamed wildlife – the lion, African elephant, Cape wild ox, leopard, and rhinoceros. You can even find other animals such as hippos, hyenas and zebra there.African safari offers you a wildlife experience like no other place can. You can opt for a jeep safari in East Africa, after the Great Migration across the Savannah, or drive on your own to Namibia. To further experience wildlife from close, you can get off your car in Botswana and Zambia for a walk, but do not forget to take an expert along you.

    Rhino, Savannah, Africa

  2. Galapagos Islands
    Galapagos is a volcanic archipelago in Ecuador, Pacific Ocean, and is known to encompass one of the most diverse animal species on planet Earth. It is a must visit for every wildlife enthusiast.As a result of volcanic activities, Galapagos is a group of 19 islands and is about a thousand kilometers from the South American continent.  The aquatic life here is known as ‘living museum and showcase of evolution’. Here, you can find a unique diversity of animals, such as the land iguana and the giant tortoise. This place was seldom visited by Charles Darwin! In the year of 1885, the presence of multiple species inspired him to write the theory of evolution by natural selection and his infamous concept of survival of the fittest.

    Galapagos Islands, Penguin

  3. Madagascar
    A lot of you must have watched the infamous Disney movie – Madagascar. Apparently, it is not just a movie! Madagascar is a small island in Africa, near Mozambique, to be precise. It is known for aye-aye, polar bears, rare wolves, and gorillas. One can commonly see lemurs playing around on the trees and neon coloured chameleons. The place is full of various types of landscapes and accordingly offers a wide variety of species of flora and fauna. It is suggested to explore the island with an expert, as with all the other wildlife tours, for safety and to get a closer insight of the place’s culture.It is best to avoid travelling here from January till March due to risk of cyclones. Here, you can even find the endangered Sifakas of the North. The Marojejy National Park has over ten lemur species, while Andasibe offers all day safaris to witness mouse lemur and woolly lemur. According to, the trip is going to be “moderate/strenuous; travelers should be physically fit and prepared for multiple hours of activity most days, as well as some full-day hikes.”

    Madagascar, Lemur

  4. Antarctica
    This particular destination is on the bucket list of every wildlife enthusiast ever! Antarctica is home to animals such as penguins, seals, whales, and seabirds. One can explore Antarctica from November till March, during the bright sunny days, as well as nights. You can indulge in activities such as skiing, bird watching, and whale watching. You can make a visit to Antarctic Peninsula to exclusively watch Elephant seal, Hourglass dolphin, Orca, Humpback whale and Minke whale. You can further travel down to The Lemaire Channel. It is a small group of islands, only 11km from Antarctica. The place is full of icebergs and steep glaciers. Here, you can observe Orca and Humpback whales as well.Antarctica, Penguins

There is no joy in this world greater than the joy of nature. Your interest in Wildlife Tourism is important to mother Earth. We request you to not harm any animal during your trip, and raise a voice against the ones who do. We wish you a great experience, and don’t forget to share your wildlife stories with us!

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Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is a publishing executive and economist who is the CEO and editor-in-chief of The CEOWORLD magazine, one of the world’s most influential and recognized global news publications. Additionally, he serves as the chair of the advisory board for the CEOWORLD magazine. He received his Ph.D. in Finance and Banking from the European Global School, Paris, France. He earned his Doctoral Degree in Chartered Accountancy from the European International University Paris, France, and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design (KNUTD), Ukraine. Dr. Amarendra also holds a Master of Business Administration degree in International Relations and Affairs from the American University of Athens, Alabama, United States.

Prof. Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is CEO and editor-in-chief of CEOWORLD magazine. You can follow him on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter.