Do you want to know where to see crocodiles in the wild? Crocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia.

Crocodiles are a living link with the dinosaur-like reptiles of prehistoric times and are the nearest living relatives of the birds. A large variety of crocodilian fossils have been discovered that date back 200 million years to the Late Triassic Epoch.

Intrigued? Stay tuned for facts about these prehistoric reptilian predators and the best places to encounter them around the world. Read on or jump to a headline of your interest…


Giant Pandas are adored all over the world, mainly for their black, white and fluffy appearance and also their somewhat clumsy nature. These fluffy bears, native to China, are unfortunately endangered.

This is mainly attributable to significant habitat destruction and loss experienced in the past few decades. This blog is going to give you a glimpse into the life of these adorable bears.

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Giant Pandas are known around the world for their unique black and white coat. They resemble other bears in their shape, but have very distinctive and identifiable markings.

All Giant Pandas have black patches around their…


Do you want to swim with seals? We have the perfect guide to the top destinations for seal encounters around the world. And in the process you can learn about these cute critters! There are 33 species of pinnipeds alive today, most of which are known as seals. Pinnipedia is made up of three main groups: The walrus, the eared seals, including numerous kinds of fur seal and sea lion; and the earless seals, known as true seals. Despite the name, earless seals do have ears but they’re just hidden beneath the surface of their skin.

Interested? Read on… Types…


Whales are the some of the few creatures that can be found in every corner of the globe. different types of whales roam through every sea and are beloved for many reasons- including how big and graceful they can be. There are currently 90 known species of whales and dolphins living in the ocean, and roughly 25 000 individuals of all whale kinds estimated in 2020.

This blog is going to give an overview of a handful of the amazing whales around the world, which have more detailed blogs on Animals Around the Globe. …


Do you want to find out where to see Gray whales? We we have the perfect locations for you! You’ll be ready before the next whale watching season! The gray whale, also known as the grey whale, gray back whale, Pacific gray whale, or California gray whale, is a baleen whale.

Baleen whales, also known as whalebone whales. They are a widely distributed and diverse parvorder( taxonomy) of carnivorous marine mammals. Additionally, The gray whale is one of the animal kingdom’s great migrators. …


Blue Whales are renowned for being the biggest mammals in the world! They roam around the ocean however, are now critically endangered for so many reasons (mainly caused by humans).

This blog serves as a view to understand these beautiful Blue Whales better. And also to look into how to save them in their fight against extinction!

This interesting video clip by Natural Geographic also summaries Blue Whale characteristics with great footage.

The below headings are to guide you through the blog in case their is any information you are looking for. …


As soon as travel opens up in the heart of Africa, Zambia should be on your top pickings to visit first! Here is why we believe you need to Tour Zambia…Did you know that Zambia has been voted the safest country on the continent? With unspoiled landscapes of indigenous flora and fauna, contrasted against the traditional richness in culture and kindness of local communities, it is in short, an ideal safari destination. The best place to discover African wilderness in its most primal state.

The map above indicates our top three National Parks to visit, the Victoria Falls and Zambezi…


THE GREATNESS OF A NATION AND ITS MORAL PROGRESS CAN BE JUDGED BY THE WAY ITS ANIMALS ARE TREATED.”– Mahatma Ghandi.

Ever heard about the Big 5 of India? These are the most visited and subsequently the most protected animals of Indian wildlife. They consist of the Bengal tiger, Asiatic lion, Indian leopard, Great One-horned Rhino and the Indian Elephant. India is known for its tigers, but there’s a whole world of exotic wildlife you’ll see on interactive and captivating tours throughout the country. …


No other place on Earth showcases the diversity of life like the Amazon. The Amazon is a vast region that spans across eight countries, is home to one in ten of all the known animals on earth and contains the largest river basin on the planet.

Spanning an area twice the size of India the Amazon Biome is virtually unrivalled in scale, complexity and opportunity.

We have put together some amazing facts about the Amazon, as well as the top wild animals that you can encounter in this magnificent biome. Read below to find out more.

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The Amazon

The Amazon is a vast region that spans across eight rapidly developing countries in South America: Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname and…


Why not turn your dreams for 2020 into a reality with an Arctic tour, encountering the Polar Bear…

Inuit culture has celebrated the Nanook, (a north-popularized word for ‘ Polar Bear’), as the master of bears. The Polar Bear was thought to be the overseer of Inuit hunting trips and their success . Polar bears represent importance to the Inuit people of Northern Alaska, Canada and Greenland, and taught the Inuit community the art in succeeding at seal hunting. These communities have deeply rooted, generational respect for the polar bear, acknowledging the strength, courage and spiritual power of the polar…

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