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Madikwe Game Reserve

Madikwe Game Reserve, located along the border with Botswana, is made up of vast plains of open woodland and grasslands, ideal for the abundant wildlife. It experienced one of the world's largest translocations in the 1990's and now hosts over 300 bird and 66 mammal species, including a good wild dog population.

  • Destination: South Africa

Pilanesberg National Park

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, lying on the vast plains of the Waterberg plateau and 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 sanctuary.

  • Destination: South Africa

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Established in 1995, the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy covers 251 square kilometres and plays host to Grevy’s zebra, sitatunga, leopard, lion, elephant and wild dog. This private reserve is particularly well known for its successful wildlife conservation, especially in connection with the endangered black rhino.

  • Destination: Kenya

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

Mara North Conservancy

Formed as a not-for-profit organisation, the Mara North Conservancy represents the heart of one of the world's most important wildlife habitats. Its partnership between 11 camps and over 800 Masai landowners aims to create a world-class conservancy and exclusive safari experience in the Masai Mara ecosystem.

  • Destination: Kenya

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve

Tadoba Andhari is the largest national park in Maharastra and is becoming increasingly well-known for its tiger sightings, and is one of India’s 41 Project Tiger reserves. The park is bounded by the Chimur, Moharli and Kolsa ranges and is dominated by teak and bamboo forests.

  • Destination: India

Table Mountain National Park

The vast Table Mountain National Park, a UNESCO Cape Floral Region World Heritage Site, stretches from north of Cape Town down the Cape Peninsula to Africa’s south-western extremity, the Cape of Good Hope. It is home to Silvermine Nature Reserve, Boulders beach penguin colony and Table Mountain.

  • Destination: South Africa

Cederberg Wilderness Area

Covering 700 square kilometres, the Cederberg Wilderness Area is a haven for flowers, birds and other wildlife. The mountains and areas of San rock art are home to unique fynbos such as the endemic snow protea or rooibos, while mammal species include leopard, aardvark and the vulnerable Cape mountain zebra.

  • Destination: South Africa

Los Quetzales National Park

The most recent addition to Costa Rica's national parks, Los Quetzales extends across three types of rainforest, and 14 different ecosystems. Mostly cloud forest, it protects a crucial habitat for a number of plant and animal species, notably the resplendent quetzal, after which the park was named.

  • Destination: Costa Rica