Top 4 Animal Conservancies In The World: Must-Go Destinations For Animal Lovers

Top 4 Animal Conservancies In The World: Must-Go Destinations For Animal Lovers

Aside from beaches, historical places, and beautiful tourist destinations, you should also consider visiting animal sanctuaries on your next trip. You can combine your love for culture, excellent accommodation, and animal interaction by visiting the wild and animal sanctuaries. These animal sanctuaries can give you a different kind of adventure.

Here are the best places that you should visit on your next vacation:

Cheetahs in East Africa

If you want to see the incredible cheetahs in East Africa, you should visit Naboisho Camp in the Greater Masai Mara. Because of the high concentration of game (herds of antelope) in this area, there are also significant numbers of big cats like cheetah and lion (as well as other predators) that follow these herds. Thus, providing you with the opportunity to watch many of the big cats hunt and observe their natural behavior in the wild.

Your guide will ensure that you are kept safe while experiencing Africa at its best.

Great Apes, East Africa

From Naboisho Camp,Masai Mara, the next stop should bethe Great Apes that are found in Western Tanzania and Rwanda. You can join experts from the National Geographic channel in order to learn more about these great species. In the Great Apes East Africa Expedition, you will be afforded the opportunity to experience various rare (and endangered) primates like gorillas, monkey, beachcomber olive baboons, and colobus monkeys. Furthermore, you will also be able to learn about (and experience) their natural behavior in the wild.

Finally, you will be given a chance to visit the original research station of one of the most renowned zoologists, Dian Fossey. Lastly, you get to stay in one of the most luxurious accommodations during the expedition.

Woolong Nature Reserve, Sichuan, China

If you are heading out to China, make sure to head up to the Wolong Nature Reserve in Sichuan. The sanctuary is currently housing an approximate 2,000 white pandas in their reserve. Researchers from Sichuan are doing their best to avoid the extinction of these creatures. The sanctuary has 200,000 hectares of land. It does house not only pandas but also other mammals like Asiatic Black Bears, Red Pandas, snow leopards, Turkestan lynxes, etc.

The sanctuary has several outposts in Chengdu. You can also visit this outpost and get the chance to play with the baby pandas. You can also volunteer to help their caretakers take care of these pandas for a day.

Cape Hillsborough National Park in Australia

Experience a fantastic view of the sunrise with kangaroos and wallabies on the seashore of Australia. Those marsupials are indigenous species in Australia. They often visit the  Cape Hillsborough and Hibiscus Coast for feeding. These coasts are part of the Cape Hillsborough National Park where kangaroos and wallabies are free to roam around on anytime of the day.

Final Thoughts

These are just some of the best places for animal lovers to visit during their vacation. These places are indeed paradises for animal lovers all over the world.