Five Best Destinations For Animal Lovers

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If you are an animal lover, here are some of the places in the world that you must visit. (Photo: Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Animal lovers go to places to discover new species, look for the endangered ones and experience anything under the sun with the animals. If you are one of these enthusiasts, here are some of the places that are perfect for animal lovers just like you.

Rwanda, Africa. The Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda, Africa, is basically a dream come true for animal lovers. This tour in the Volcanoes National Park guides guests through the rail of the mountain forests and allows them to have a closer encounter to 19 recognized gorilla families. According to The Active Times, there are only more or less 700 species of gorillas that still exist around the world. Therefore, the Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda only limits guests to 80 people per day.

Australia Zoo. Known as the Tiger Temple, a Tiger Walk in the Australia Zoo offers a one of a kind experience to guests as they have the opportunity to walk along with an amazing Bengal or Sumatran tiger. A professional photographer is also there to capture that once in a lifetime experience of yours. This morning walk is held from Monday to Sunday but only from 8:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. for $150 per person.

Galapagos, Ecuador. The Galapagos tortoise adventure in Ecuador is perfect for sea-animal lovers. Among the rich wildlife in Ecuador, the huge Galapagos tortoises are the most popular among travelers. The tortoises of Galapagos are one of the two remaining groups of giant tortoises around the world so you will never get to experience this wildlife adventure in Galapagos anywhere else in the world. According to Travel Facts, travelers who want to experience the Galapagos tortoises can also go for a cruise and explore the amazing beauty of nature of Ecuador.

Maputaland, South Africa. The Tembe Elephant Park in Mapuland, South Africa, is home to 250 of the biggest species of elephants in the entire planet. Established in 1991, the Tembe Elephant Park was originally built in order to protect the elephants coming from Mozambique, which was affected by the Civil War. Upon arrival, you will get to meet a lot of safari guides who will help you and assure your safety as you get closer to these wildlife animals.

Kadavu, Fiji. Of all the beautiful diving spots in the world, the Manta Reef in Kadavu, Fiji is one of the best places to see. You can swim alongside the amazing Manta rays whose width can grow to up to seven meters. This magnificent display of Manta rays and marine life can be found after a 40-minute boat ride from the Kadavu resort.

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