3 Places Perfect for a Wildlife Break

If you want to unwind from your busy life then watching the animals in their natural habitat can be one of the best thing you can do. It provides us with a breathtaking thrill and at the same time fills our senses with a comforting relaxation. It reminds us of the amazing harmony that we have with Mother Nature and makes us forget about all our worldly troubles. If we are with our family, we can engage in amazing conversations and gain a memory or two that we can grow old with. Wildlife viewing can give us some new definitions of life and change the way we see things. There are many places where we can enjoy a fascinating wildlife break. Some of these places can be among the best travel experiences we ever had. So, without any further ado, here are 3 such amazing places, perfect for a captivating Wildlife Break.

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Namibia continues to be a very popular African safari destination and by booking with a luxury safari specialist you can ensure a memorable trip. Unique landscapes and an intriguing collection of wildlife, blend in nicely to provide the tourists with a premium wildlife holiday. Here you can get a glimpse of many splendid animals such as oribi, puku, the black rhino, and African wild dog and the largest cheetah population in the world. Among the 26 extraordinary national parks and nature reserves in the country, Etosha National Park is the most popular and lucrative one. There are many water holes in the Etosha National Park that attract a lot of animals in the dry season and create some good observing opportunities. And the gathering of flamingos in the wet season is gorgeous sight as well. Some 100 species reside in the park including zebras, rhinos, giraffes, cheetahs, elephants, mongooses, lions and more. Another great holiday destination in Namibia is the Mudumu National Park which is home to many elephants, spotted hyena, leopards, buffalo, crocodiles, hippos and many dazzling birds.

Sri Lanka 

Sri Lanka, the pearl of the Indian Ocean, has its own Big Five on its vast natural landscapes. These are Asian elephant, leopard, sloth bear, blue whale and sperm whale. Aside from being the densest Leopard spotting zone, Sri Lanka is home many sparkling and rare species of birds. Day by day it is becoming a very popular destination for a wildlife safari. It has many diverse wildernesses that are unspoiled and untouched and create a lovely home for these animals. The Yala national park is famous for being the best Leopard spotting zone in the world. And the Minneriya National Park is a great place to see some magnificent elephant gathering. Willpattu National Park is filled with many lovely lakes and attract plenty of wildlife to give you a thrilling viewing experience. You can also do some exciting Whale watching from the Port of Mirissa which will allow you to see not only whales but sometimes some other intriguing sea creatures.


With the tiger population of the world becoming rare and endangered every day, India remains one of the best places to see these exotic cats. The diverse and intriguing landscape of India has produced some welcoming home for wild animals that is portrayed beautifully through the countless national parks and sanctuaries of India. To really experience this great country and all that it has to offer, you should book with an Indian luxury holiday specialist. India is home to many tiger species and many other indigenous animals and birds. Here, the famous Pench National Park was the inspiration behind the “Jungle Book”- a famous novel written by the author Rudyard Kipling. It paints the picture of a magical harmony that exists between humans and the wild animals which is rare thing that you can only see in some parts of India. The people of India help contribute to what would be an amazing holiday experience. Among the best wildlife viewing experience in India are the Kaziranga Tiger Reserve of Assam, Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve of Madhya Pradesh, Kabini National Park of Karnataka and Anaimalai Tiger Reserve in Tamil Nadu, Sunderban Tiger Reserve of West Bengal and many others. India is the only place in the world where you can see the tigers and lions in the same country.

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roberts Talemwa November 23, 2015 at 9:10 am

Thank you very much for the information please tell us the best time of the year to visit Namibia and why so that we can start planning safaris to Namibia


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