Diving in Okinawa, Japan offers you so much beauty in its crystal clear waters. You'll find coral, sea turtles, manta rays, whales, and so much more!
Elk Island National Park in Alberta is not only one of the best places to observe bison on the entire planet, it's also only second to the Serengeti in numbers of hoofed wildlife!
Many of us dream about going on a safari, or tracking gorillas in the wild, and when done properly our wildlife travels can have a huge benefit on wildlife conservation!
When you can't go to where the wildlife is, live streaming wildlife cameras from around the globe are the next best thing! Reality TV that's actually worth watching!
Today is the best time to see a Saimaa Ringed Seal in Savonlinna, Finland because with only 300 remaining, they are critically endangered...and may not be around tomorrow!
Everyone goes to Yala in Sri Lanka to see a leopard. But to make the most of your visit, focus on the wildlife that you do see. I guarantee there will be some happy surprises!
Yala National Park in Sri Lanka is home has the highest leopard population density on the planet. I was fortunate to see a leopard on all three of my visits!
It's highly preferable to observe elephants in the wild, and not in one of the orphanages in Sri Lanka. Here are 3 great national parks to see them:
Liminka Bay is the number one bird watching spot in Finland, according to wildlife photographer Jari Peltomäker, who promises that he's not biased. You can find over 200 bird species there!
As a child, my favourite book was Curious George. I must have read it at least a hundred times. So when I set out on an adventure trip through Costa Rica’s tropical rain forests, monkey-watching was high on my list.
I had a single goal on my visit to the Lower Kinabatangan River, located in Malaysia: to see a proboscis monkey. With a nose like a… well, flaccid penis, there’s really no other word for it, and long, hairy arms and legs, this primate was awkward, gangly, ugly even.