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Top World Wildlife Destinations

Lions, tigers and bears—oh my! Luckily, these animals exist in various places on the planet, and not just in the land of Oz. Bring your binoculars and cameras as you explore some of the best wildlife destinations on the planet.

San Juan Islands, Washington
The San Juans are home to resident and transient orca pods. Beyond orcas, you can expect frequent visits from, seals, otters, eagles, and the occasional gray and humpback whale. Visitors often stay in the small towns located on San Juan and Orcas Island, with opportunities to kayak and meet these animals in person.

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jtstewartphoto / iStock / thinkstock.com

Red Sea, Egypt
Scuba Divers claim the Red Sea is one of, if not the, best diving location on earth. The Red Sea homes marine life such as dolphins, dugongs, turtles, sharks, and clownfish. The reef’s colors glisten in the sunlight and coral homes plenty of diverse species of fish including the pipefish, lionfish, and blue-cheeked lemon fish.

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RichardALock / iStock / thinkstock.com

Krueger National Park, South Africa
South Africa is abundant with wildlife, especially within park limits. Visitors explore the traditional safari landscape and wildlife such as lions, elephants, zebras and rhinos.  South Africa is also known for its abundant Great White Shark population, so be cautious when swimming or surfing South Africa’s shorelines.

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CornelisNienaber / iStock / thinkstock.com

Katmai National Park, Alaska
Bear enthusiasts get to see plenty of Grizzly bears hanging out and catching salmon in Katmai. Brooks waterfall is a popular bear-eat-salmon location and a viewing deck  is provided for visitors to watch and photograph. Bears commonly hangout next to the sea planes, so watch your step!

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webguzs / iStock / thinkstock.com

Croajingolong National Park, Victoria, Australia
This 87,500 hectare park is classified as a “World Biosphere Reserve” from the United Nations. The park contains various terrain from beaches to eucalyptus trees, which homes the various wildlife. Koalas, kangaroos, wombats, and 306 species of birds create a paradise on earth scenery. Visitors lodge in budget-friendly hotels to near-free campsites to keep trips affordable.

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Houshmand Rabbani / iStock / thinkstock.com

Antarctica
This once untouched land is quickly evolving to become a mainstream tourist destination. Antarctica is home to many cold-water species including whales, penguins and polar bears. Most visitors experience these wildlife outings from ships, but the controversy whether or not tourism is “good” for Antarctica will still remain a debate, especially if more land activities become popular.

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