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  • Northumberland National Park

    Posted in Europe | July 12, 2011
    Come, connect with wildlife adventure at Northumberland National Park, the most tranquilized destination covering an area of more than 1030 kms between the Scottish Border and Hadrian’s Wall. If you want to enjoy the slice of rejuvenation and adventure, then enjoy it at Northumberland National Park. Whether it is exploring the serene landscapes or the wild species, every moment spent at Northumberland National Park is adventurous, thrilling and rejuvenating. Truly inspiring, this national park based in the heart of England gives every visitor a great opportunity to discover the unseen wild species hidden in the deep forests and enjoy the panoramic view of wildlife nature. Whether it is Cheviots hill ranges or the Kielder forest, every thing  [...]
  • Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica

    Posted in North America | June 28, 2011
    Corcovado is rather off the beaten path when compared to more popular Costa Rican destinations such as Manuel Antonio. The Corcovado National Park, however, has made sure that the flow of visitors in the recent years has continued increasing. The national park is situated on the Pacific coast of the Costa Rica at the Osa Peninsula. The park is home to a huge range of biodiversity that makes for a superbly rewarding experience. There is no dearth to quality at all. The Osa Peninsula was described as “the most biologically intense place on earth” by the National Geographic. In addition to the national park, Corcovado is also home to some of Costa Rica’s most beautiful beaches. It is possible to pitch a tent right at the beach and enjoy  [...]
  • Bushmans Kloof

    Posted in Africa | June 21, 2011
    Bushmans Kloof is one of the most famous privately owned reserves in South Africa. The entire property encompasses an area of close to seven thousand five hundred hectares. The reserve has a huge number of sights to do with flora and fauna. Bushman’s Kloof is also famous for its rock art sites. There are 130 rock sites here in total. Bushmans Kloof is privately owned, but is among the best in the country. The owners have taken care to preserve the natural attractions as well as the culture here. The reserve also has an amount of significance with respect to history. The environmental benefits of the site are just one of the reasons why the reserve is a Natural Heritage Site declared by the UNESCO. The site has been at the receiving end of  [...]
  • Trondheim, Norway – Wildlife

    Posted in Europe | June 14, 2011
    Trondheim is one of Norway’s most beautiful locations, which is saying something, since the country is definitely one of the most beautiful in Europe. The region is filled with a large and diverse variety of animal species, all of them extremely interesting for the wildlife enthusiast. There are animals such as bears, badgers, wild cats, insects, birds, deer, snakes, roa deer, foxes, wolves, adders, squirrels, lynx and elks. The vast outdoors here, the fjords, the woods, the forests, the mountains all of it can be can be found filled with the best in terms of wildlife and natural beauty. Elks are the biggest Norwegian wood animals. The male adult elk can get to be more than eight hundred and fifty kilo grams and upto 240 cm tall. The  [...]
  • Botswana – Wildlife Unlimited

    Posted in Africa | June 7, 2011
    Botswana is a region that is filled to the brim with wildlife of every description. You will find numerous species of birds, animals and plants. Let us look at some of the best places to visit in the country if you want to make the best of your visit. The Central Kalahari Game Reserve . . . The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is a semi desert reserve that has an assortment of game sightings right in the traditional natural settings that has made Botswana famous as a wildlife destinations. You will see many species here. Kalahari Gemsbok National Park Kalahari Gemsbok National Park is a pristine destination that is wild and unspoiled. The location is a bit remote and it is a bit difficult to access. However the trip is very much worth it. You  [...]
  • Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary

    Posted in Asia | May 31, 2011
    If you happen to be in Kerala, India this year, make sure you include Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary in your travel itinerary. The sanctuary is placed at the south eastern part of a bio diversity hotspot known as the Western Ghats. The sanctuary is a heaven to visit due to the huge number of sights and beautiful landscapes. The diverse species of flora and fauna that is on display here is what makes for an exceedingly rewarding destination. The park has an area of more than a hundred and twenty eight sq kilo meters and is home to the famous Agasthyakoodam hill, with a height of 1, 890 m. Neyyar Wildlife Sanctuary is filled to the brim with varied animals, birds and plants. On a safari at the sanctuary, you will come across creatures like Barking  [...]
  • Tanzania’s Wildlife destinations

    Posted in Africa | May 24, 2011
    Tanzania is one of the most rewarding destinations in the entire continent of Africa. There are a huge number of destinations that promise a range of attractions for tourists and wildlife enthusiasts coming here. There are a huge number of safari trails offered. The forests here are filled with a range of species of varying kinds, and these provide an extremely exciting experience for tourists. Let us have a look at the main destinations that are popular with wildlife enthusiasts in Tanzania . . . 1. The Island of Zanzibar . . . Zanzibar Island is home to a huge diversity with respect to animal life, both land and marine. There are a huge number of rewarding attractions such as a beautiful underwater environment, coral reefs, marine life and  [...]
  • Baja California – My Experience

    Posted in North America | May 17, 2011
    Last summer, I got a chance to set sail to the Baja California area. It was a destination I always wanted to visit. The trip was therefore in the nature of a dream come true for a wildlife enthusiast like me. We were sailing on board the Seabird. There were fifty passengers abroad, although the ship could have held another twelve. The Sea of Cortez in the Baja California area is one of the most heavenly areas on earth, and we voyaged right deep into the area. We departed from La Paz and headed right north to the often neglected, but extremely rewarding Midriff Islands. Our trip had a number of highlights, but the one I will always remember was being surrounded by about thirty Sperm Whales. We could actually listen to the noises these whales  [...]
  • Mysterious Kiwi found in Russia

    Posted in News | May 10, 2011
    Recently, a kiwi was found in Sochi, a Russian resort town. The bird had been living in a garden for more than three days before it was found. Experts say that the bird should be handled properly as the bird has a potential for aggression. What is astounding scientists and laymen alike is how the bird that is commonly found in New Zealand got to the resort town of Sochi in Russia. Kiwis cannot fly. They are featured in the list of endangered animals. It is believed that the bird may have been a stowaway on a cruise ship from New Zealand. However port officials denied this possibility, as all cruise ships are tightly controlled. The nighttime bird is normally shy. Paul Kavanagh, Senior Officer Queenstown’s Kiwi Birdlife Park stated to the media  [...]
  • Nevada Wildlife

    Posted in North America | May 3, 2011
    The state of Nevada is famous not only as home to Las Vegas, but is also known for its remarkable range of attractions related to nature, and principally, wildlife. There are a good range of wildlife species to be seen in the state, and the state will prove to be a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. Hiking in the forests is one of the most fun ways of doing this. Nevada’s unique range of species provides a rewarding experience for visitors. There are some extremely venomous snakes, which have their home in southern Nevada. There are species such as mountain lion, kit fox, brush rabbit, raccoon, beaver, antelope, elk, bighorn sheep, mule deer and a huge number of other species. There are a huge number of bird species as well, there are species  [...]