Just imagine you are in your jeep and you come across a cheetah.. or a anaconda (if you are in the waters), we bet you will be speechless..Wow! This sounds so exciting and while giving you a round-about of wildlife trips across, we feel like going to one right way. But coming back to work, where some of you would be standing still with thunderstruck, the rest of you might be clicking pictures and capturing this unforgettable moment. Isn’t it? We bring to you a list of few much-desired wildlife destinations. Check them out!
Daintree Rainforest, Australia
The Daintree Rainforest, in Tropical Far North Queensland Australia, is one of the most diverse and beautiful examples of mother nature in the world. It is home to the largest range of plants and animals on earth, and all are found within the largest chunk of rainforest in Australia – an area spanning approximately 1200 sq kilometers.
Corbett National Park, India
Corbett National Park is the first National Park of India that was formerly known as Hailey National Park. The park, spread in a vast expanse of 520.82 sq km is the pride of India when it comes to wildlife sanctuaries. Corbett National Park is located in Ramganga valley in Uttaranchal. 263 kilometers from Delhi, it lies in the Himalayan foothills. The best time to be in Corbett park is after the months of monsoons (June to November). That’s because the Ramganga reservoir becomes habitat of migratory birds from December to February. However, if tigers are your reason to be in Corbett then wait till the summers are in their full scorch. That’s the time when tigers come out of deep forests for water.
Amazon Jungle, Peru
Expect to see many species of monkeys, birds and giant insects and not to forget the mosquitoes! Iquitos is the Amazon Basin’s largest settlement without road links – accessible only by air and river. This jungle city is a fantastic starting point for excursions to some of the most wild-life packed rain-forest in the world.
The Everglades National Park is both the largest subtropical wilderness in the USA and UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is made up of a patchwork of grass marshes, mangrove forests and jungle-like tropical hardwood hammocks, and boasts many rare and endangered species such as the American Crocodile, Florida Panther, and West Indian Manatee. With no place more than eight feet above sea level, boat trips are the order of the day.
Ranthambore National Park, India
Ranthambore offers an intense diversity of flora and fauna, though most come to see Tigers in the wild. Apart from these beautiful creatures there are large numbers of Gazelle, Boars, Mongoose, Indian Hares and Monitor Lizards.
So just pick any of these or from Google, and strap up your shoes to experience wildlife at its best! And before you decide the place, don’t forget to ask your partner and kids (if you have). Enjoy adventure!