8 Awesome Ways to See Wildlife and Animals in Your Travels

1. Tour of Snow Monkeys, Zenko-ji Temple, and Sake in Nagano – Japan

See the highlights of Nagano on this full-day tour. First, visit Zenko-ji Temple, a very old and important Buddhist temple in Japan. Then, you’ll be able to try some sake and eat lunch at one of the locals’ favorite restaurants. Finally, head to the world famous Snow Monkey Park to see the snow monkeys bathing in hot springs. This tour is perfect if you want to spend a day in Nagano doing only the most highly recommended activities, packaged together.

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2. 5 Day Garden Route Tour from Cape Town – South Africa

On this 5 day tour from Cape Town, explore South Africa’s Garden Route, a 300-km stretch of the South Africa south-western coast. You’ll be able to stop by Addo Elephant National Park, Jeffreys Bay, and oudtshoorn, a town located along the Garden Route known for its ostrich farms. On this route, be able to experience the wilderness of South Africa, hike, canoe through clear waters, and relax on beaches along the way. The Garden Route Tour is a great way to see a bit more of South Africa and South Africa’s animal life.

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3. Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas – Australia

Visit the Wildlife Habitat in Australia for the best wildlife experience. There, you’ll be able to observe iconic Australian animals up close in recreated natural environments, of which there are four to explore: Savannah, Rainforest, Wetlands, and Woodlands. If you’d like to get a closer look at the wildlife in Australia, this tour is perfect for you.

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4. Sloths, Frogs, and Monkeys with Waterfall Hike and Corobici River Safari Float – Costa Rica

Costa Rica is well-known for its wildlife, so if you’re in Costa Rica, it’s no wonder if seeing the sloths, frogs, and monkeys of the land are on your to-do list. First hike to the Cortez Waterfall, then head out to search for the wildlife of the land as you float down the Corobici River. Observe sloths, toucans, and frogs in their natural habitat. Then, head out to the hills, which are home to sloths, monkeys, and more frogs. Spend a day outside in Costa Rica to enjoy some of the most breathtaking sights of nature and wildlife.

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5. Puffin Express Cruise from Reykjavik – Iceland

Departing from Reykjavik, take a boat to the shores of Akurey Island to get an up-close look at puffins in their natural habitat. Learn about the puffins as well as any other wildlife you might see, such as northern fulmars, gulls, and black guillemots. This Cruise is a great way to be able to see some wildlife without disrupting the animals’ natural habitat.

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6. Phillip Island Tour from Melbourne – Australia

Day trip to Phillip Island, where you’ll be able to see the penguins, koalas, and kangaroos that live in Australia. You’ll have a chance to feed the animals and even have your photo taken with a koala. Then, travel to the Nobbies Centre, an ecotourism destination surrounded by boardwalks that overlook Seal Rocks, the Nobbies, and the Blowhole. You’ll be able to look out at the coastal scenery, which is just bursting with marine life.

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7. Puppy Training Experience at a Husky Farm in Tromso – Norway

Norway is known its participation in dogsled racing. To prepare, puppies must be trained; observe experienced puppy handlers as they train the youngest sled dogs to race. The puppies are taken on a short hike outside of the puppy farm, and the puppies do different exercises in the wilderness depending on their age. See first-hand how the puppies learn teamwork.

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8. Jasper Evening Wildlife Tour – Canada

Embark on this three-hour Evening Wildlife Search in Jasper National Park to see all the wildlife that the park has to offer. On this tour, you’ll be able to see an abundance of animals, such as squirrels, grizzlies, elk, moose, sheep, and deer, just to name a few.

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