Not impressed by the lions, parakeets and the likes in your neighborhood zoo? Come, we will take you by the hand to some exotic locations for you to feed your eyes on them to be impressed overtime; you won’t need a survival gear set though!
1. Bonin Islands, Japan
A most remote island from anywhere is Bonin Islands. A ferry-ride from Tokyo will take you to the island in 25 hours. You will find some species of insects, birds and crabs that you cannot hope to find anywhere else on the planet. If you visit the island in summer and autumn, you can see sperm whales and if it is from February to April, you will be able to see humpback whales.
2. Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary, Philippines
Wildlife has managed to connect the Philippines to Africa. The Calauit wildlife Sanctuary houses 104 species including zebras, impalas, giraffes and gazelles, all natives of Africa. This sanctuary was established in 1976 and is instrumental in saving coral reefs in the ocean and the Calamian deer, a native from extinction.
3. Danum Valley Conservation Area, Malaysia
Spectacled Flowerpecker abound in this valley in Malaysia. A guided safari in Danum Valley will take you to witness Borneo pygmy elephants, Malayan sun bear and Sumatran Rhinoceros and many more animals.
4. Gunung Leuser National Park, Indonesia
Indonesian wild rivals Amazon in its greenery and the variety of animals. The famous flying lemurs, flying frogs, sambar deer and clouded leopards are found here but nowhere else.
5. Ranthambore National Park, India
The endangered tigers make their home here in the park. You can see hyenas, leopards, wild boars and a wide range of flora and fauna are also to be seen here. A visit here is imperative for a wildlife enthusiast.
6. Shaanxi Province, China
The natural reserves in Shaanxi such as Zhou Zhou, Foping are where you can find golden monkeys and pandas. They dutifully rescue and protect these endangered species.
7. Similan Islands, Thailand
Are you interested in seeing all three forms of wildlife? Terrestrial, aerial and aquatic? The place to head to is Similan Islands in Thailand. Manta rays, bottlenose dolphins, lizards, sea turtles, Pythons, vipers, bats are all there for you witness and enjoy. While you are there, do not forget to see the coral reefs.
8. Yala National Park, Sri Lanka
It is not without reason that this now war-torn country was called the Island of Serendipity. Elephants and leopards are the specialty in this park. Face sized spiders are also founded in Northern Sri Lanka that have also very similar with goliath birdeater founded in northern South America.
You will amaze to know that some people keep these face sized spiders as pets at their home and take care of them with good feed. You will surprise to know that some people keep these face sized spiders as pets at their home and take care of them with good feed. If you get interested in having a bird eater spider with you during your visit to Sri Lanka then must read care sheet of bird eater spiders.
Ruins of ancient religious structures are also found here.
9. Woraksan National Park, South Korea
The terrain that leads to this national park is not conducive to climb and so the place is almost always secluded but that is the reason to see the wildlife here in all its glory. Rare antelopes, reptiles, thousands of insect species, plants and mammals are all there.
10. XE PIAN National Protected Area, Laos
The animals found in this protected area are Asian black bears, elephants and tigers and some unique species. Dolphins can also be found the three rivers flowing here.