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Vancouver Island

The healthy black bear population and whale-watching opportunities make this a great destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Separated from the mainland by a long strait, the island’s west coast overlooks the Pacific Ocean, while the mountainous interior is heavily forested with big conifers.

  • Destination: Canada

Newfoundland

Each year large numbers of whale, dolphins and porpoises migrate to the waters around the Newfoundland coast – about 15 species are normally present, seasonally or year round. St. Mary’s Bay is well-known for whale watching, and is easy to reach on a self-drive tour from the capital, St John’s.

  • Destination: Canada

Ankarafantsika National Park

The reserve is centred on Lac Ravelobe and a clear network of level paths makes wildlife-viewing easy. Many groups of lemurs, including beautiful Coquerel’s sifakas and elusive mongoose lemurs have become habituated and can be observed at close quarters. Night walks are also very rewarding.

  • Destination: Madagascar

The Pantanal

This ecological paradise is the world’s largest wetland, with 124 mammals (including the world’s largest jaguars), 177 reptiles, 1,100 species of butterfly, and a myriad of birds, brightly coloured flowers, and shoals of fish. There are significant differences between the north and south; we recommend visiting both.

  • Destination: Brazil

Yukon Territory

The Yukon borders Alaska on its western edge and British Columbia to the south, and is one of three Canadian territories (rather than provinces). The entire region is dominated by pristine wilderness, home to many of North America’s iconic animals, such as black bear and brown bear, and the mighty Yukon River.

  • Destination: Canada

False Bay

False Bay is a favourite breaching location for great white sharks, flying through the air to prey on fur seals. Spot the fascinating great white sharks in their most predatory behaviour, leaping above the surface of the water to catch their favourite prey. Nearby is Boulder beach and its penguin colony.

  • Destination: South Africa

Hluhluwe-iMfolozi Park

Hluhluwe–iMfolozi Park is the oldest proclaimed natural park in Africa. Covering some 96,000 hectares, and supporting an exciting diversity of fauna, it is also known for its conservation efforts. The park is the only state-run park in KwaZulu Natal where all the major predators can be found.

  • Destination: South Africa

iSimangaliso Wetland Park

iSimangaliso Wetland Park (previously known as the Greater St. Lucia Wetland Park) is the jewel in the Maputaland crown. It is one of the outstanding natural wetland and coastal sites of Africa, and includes a wide range of pristine marine, coastal and wetland environments which are naturally beautiful and untouched.

  • Destination: South Africa

Kosi Bay

Kosi Bay is located on the remote KwaZulu Natal North coast, and part of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park. The Bay is formed by four interconnected lakes and is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its palm-fringed reed channels, beautiful beaches and lush vegetation; a pristine wealth of beauty.

  • Destination: South Africa

Kruger National Park

Established in 1898 to protect the wildlife of the South African Low Veld, Kruger is today unrivalled in the diversity of its wildlife and a world leader in environmental management techniques. With great road infrastructures, waterholes, and hides, it ensures a maximum exposure to its incredible biodiversity.

  • Destination: South Africa

Phinda Private Game Reserve

Phinda Private Game Reserve is an award winning private game reserve with a strong focus on wildlife conservation and community involvement. Located along the coast of KwaZulu Natal, it is home to seven unique eco-systems with palm savannah and mountain bush to rare sand forest and dense thornveld.

  • Destination: South Africa

Tembe Elephant Park

The remote Tembe Elephant Park, lies in Northern Tongaland, on the border of Mozambique, deep in an area of sand forests, pans and wetlands. The park is situated within the sand veld ecological zone, with a great diversity of habitat and offers a spectacular wildlife density in this subtropical region.

  • Destination: South Africa

Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary

Mlilwane, Swaziland’s pioneer conservation area, is a beautiful, secluded sanctuary situated in the Ezulwini Valley, between Mbabane and Manzini. The southern section is predominately open grassland plains with middleveld vegetation, stretching up onto Nyonyane Mountain with its exposed granite peak.

  • Destination: South Africa

Madikwe Game Reserve

Madikwe Game Reserve, located along the border of Botswana, is made up of vast plains of open woodland and grasslands; ideal for abundant wildlife including a good wild dog population. Hosting over 66 mammal and 300 bird species, the reserve experienced one of the world’s largest game translocations.

  • Destination: South Africa

Pilanesberg Game Reserve

The fourth largest park in South Africa, Pilanesberg National Park, is malaria-free and set in the crater of a long extinct volcano with a unique geological structure. Standing high above the surrounding bushveld plains, it hosts a healthy population of lion, elephant, both black and white rhino, buffalo, and leopard.

  • Destination: South Africa

Welgevonden Game Reserve

Welgevonden, meaning ‘well-found’, is a private game reserve, malaria-free, lying on Waterberg plateau with vast plains, hosting the largest population of white rhino in Africa. The number of visitors to the reserve is limited, resulting in a truly intimate wildlife experience in a premier game sanctuary.

  • Destination: South Africa

Parc National du Bic

The Parc National du Bic hosts seabirds nesting, owls and grey seals. Half of the park is a coastal marine environment, the terrain is typical of the south shore of the Saint Lawrence, alternating low-flow rivers, salt, rocky hills with a very steep northern slope and a relatively gentle southern.

  • Destination: Canada

Parc National de la Gaspésie

The Parc National de la Gaspésie is home to the highest peaks of the Appalachian Mountains in Québec, the only caribou herd south of the Saint Lawrence, a large moose population, arctic-alpine flora and spectacular scenery on every side! Over 150 species of bird are found here.

  • Destination: Canada

Réserve Faunique Matane

Recognized first and foremost for its exceptionally rich wildlife, this wildlife reserve offers nearly 1,300 square kilometres of breath-taking panoramas, combining mountains and deep valleys crisscrossed by numerous waterways. Over 150 species of birds can be seen in the reserve.

  • Destination: Canada

Saguenay Fjord National Park

Located in Quebec’s Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region, this national park runs along the eastern end of the Saguenay River where it adjoins the Saguenay – St. Lawrence Marine Park. The combination of fresh water from Lac-Saint-Jean and the St Lawrence River‘s salty waters makes it ideal for marine and wildlife.

  • Destination: Canada

Fraser Island

Stretching for more than 123 kilometres, with a maximum width of 22 kilometres, Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. A precious part of Australia's natural and cultural heritage, its UNESCO World Heritage listing places it alongside Uluru, Kakadu and the Great Barrier Reef.

  • Destination: Australia

Kondalilla National Park

This park is located near Montville in the scenic Blackall Range some 100 kilometres north of Brisbane, in the hinterland of the Sunshine Coast. Named after the spectacular Kondalilla Falls, which plummet 90 metres into a rainforested valley, it is an important refuge for native plants and animals.

  • Destination: Australia

Great Ocean Road

A piece of Australian national heritage, the 243-kilometre-long Great Ocean Road runs along the southeast coast of Victoria from Torquay to Allansford. Built between 1919 and 1932 by returned soldiers, it was dedicated those killed during World War I, making it the world's largest war memorial.

  • Destination: Australia

East Gippsland

Due east of Melbourne, East Gippsland stretches east and north from the western watershed of the Mitchell and Thomson Rivers to the border of New South Wales, covering some 14% of the state of Victoria. The region is famous for its forests and wildlife – particularly big mammals, birds and reptiles.

  • Destination: Australia