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Top 5 Wildlife Sanctuaries in the World

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When it comes to holidays, one of the up and coming holiday themes is a wildlife vacation. This holiday theme is a great way to explore the flora and fauna of a region, and nature-lovers and wildlife enthusiasts prefer these kind of vacations. Truth be told, exploring the wildlife of a particular place is both exciting and a learning experience. The variety of animals, birds and plant species that you find is gorgeous and will truly blow your mind. It’s a different kind of experience altogether to get a glimpse of wildlife in its natural habitat. So, to make your next trip one that you will always remember, we have here the top 5 wildlife sanctuaries in the world for you to check out!

Agra Bear Rescue Facility, India

Bears are adorable looking animals but they can be quite ferocious when angry. If you are interested in exploring the life of these grizzlies, then the Agra Bear Rescue Facility is where you should head out to. This facility rescued countless dancing bears from the streets of India and they are now taken care of the way they should in this lovely facility.

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Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Australia

These cuddly little animals can be held and snuggled up with for a minimal fee. The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane, Australia, was established in 1927, and is the world’s largest koala sanctuary. While it is majorly a koala rescue centre, it also houses kangaroos, platypus and various species of birds.

Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, Borneo

Home to the innocent-eyed orangutans, the Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre was founded in 1964 to look after the many orangutans in the region that were victims of the illegal pet trade and logging industry. The best thing about this rehabilitation centre is that the animals are freed once they are seen to be capable of managing in the wild all by themselves.

Noah’s Ark, USA

Noah’s Ark is a place that everyone should visit at least once in their life. A loving home to abused and orphaned children as well as animals, Noah’s Ark is especially famous for three animals – Baloo the bear, Shere Khan the tiger and Leo the lion that were rescued in a drug raid when they were just 2 months old.

Boon Lott’s Elephant Sanctuary, Thailand

Located in Sukhothai, Northern Thailand, Book Lott was founded by English traveller and wildlife lover Katherine Connor. The elephants at Boon Lott have been rescued from ill-treatment and abuse, and visitors get the chance to interact with these cute creatures in a friendly and safe environment.

Doesn’t this list of the top 5 wildlife sanctuaries in the world inspire you to plan a holiday to one of these places? Where will you be planning your next wildlife vacation?

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Nikita is a total and complete bookworm. She’s also a writer and a dreamer who dreams of travelling far and wide. Her other very important dream is to one day, very soon, write books for children.

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