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Into the Wilderness- A Worldwide Animal Travel

Wilderness worldwide animal travel

Into the wilderness- A worldwide animal travel

Stay in a remote jungle-like environment, far away from any hint of civilization. Walk through the forest and try to spot as many species as you can. Stay in tree houses and animal themed rooms. Feed Monkeys and Penguins, dine with Lions and shower with bears. If this sounds like your rip-roaring dream, a trip through the extraordinary wildlife of the world might be the closest you get to that dream! Experience the best wilderness worldwide animal travel.

So animal lovers, all you need to do is go through our post, choose the destination that suites your needs best and set out into the wild for a spine-tingling experience…

   A worldwide animal travel is now yours to experience:

Jamala Wildlife Lodge, Australia

Jamala Wildlife Lodge

Jamala Wildlife Lodge offers you the opportunity of experiencing the thrill of close encounters with some of the worlds most dangerous and endangered animals. Its three individually designed African luxury suites that epitomize style and comfort lie in the heart of the National Zoo & Aquarium in Canberra. Regardless of whether you are relaxing in your lounge area, resting in bed, taking a leisurely bath or having dinner, a glass wall is all that will separate you from a pride of lions, cheetahs, tiger, brown bears or a Malayan sun bear!

Insiders tip: If you are prone to sleeping in silence, carry your earplugs. There are chances of experiencing some disruption during the night as lions may roar and bears may grunt right outside your room.


Free Spirit Spheres, Canada

Free Spirit Spheres

Who fantasized about living in tree houses as kids? Me too! Here is your chance to spend a night snuggled somewhere in the middle of a forest in wooden orbs suspended from trees. There a spiral staircase of wood and ropes wrapped around the tree to enter and exit the sphere. Looking out of its Window, one can easily spot deer’s passing, monkeys scurrying and squirrels tossing pine cones to the ground. On many occasions, one can spot black bears that live in abundance on the island. The lodging, billed as a “tree house resort for adults,” as no one under 16 is allowed, is blessedly quiet.

Insiders tip: Learn how to cook basic meals. With no restaurants available in the forest, to have to fend for yourself.


Giraffe Manor, Kenya

Giraffe Manor

Being an exclusive boutique hotel situated within 140 acres of indigenous forest, Giraffe Manor has become one of Kenya’s most iconic buildings. Its stately façade, elegant interior, verdant green gardens, sunny terraces and delightful courtyards give it an extraordinary appeal. However, the most enthralling thing about Giraffe Manor is its herd of resident Rothschild giraffe who may visit morning and evening, sometimes poking their long necks into the windows vying for your attention and checking out what’s on your plate. Relax on the verandah where you can hand feed these friendly long-necked beauties.

Insiders tip: Make sure to arrange for a lot of leaves and fruit seeds that may lure the giraffes to your bedroom window.


Makanyane Safari Lodge, South Africa

Makanyane Safari Lodge

Ever thought of experiencing a safari tour while sitting in your bedroom? I know it sounds impossible. Located in a peaceful forest area on the banks of a river, Makanyane Safari lodge provides you with a memorable safari adventure during your stay in their exclusive suites thus making impossible possible. The secluded suites have floor-to-ceiling glass windows perfect for watching passing elephants and other wildlife. Makanyane Safari Lodge is known for being a “big five” resort, where you have good odds of seeing all five of the most legendary African big animals: lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino, and leopard.

Insiders tip: Don’t forget to carry your binoculars that are going to help you in spotting the various animals that visit the waterhole.


Aman I Khas Resort, India

Aman I Khas Resort

Perched on the edge of prime tiger-spotting territory in Ranthambore National Park, Aman-i-Khás is a wildlife camp offering chic safari. As well as being home to 50 or so tigers, there are crocodile-filled lakes, leopards, jungle cats, sloth bears, wild boar, sambar and spotted deer, and more than 300 species of birds among the dhok trees and bushy scrub, making it a popular destination for wildlife lovers. At nightfall, the exterior part of the camp is lit by fires thus protecting the guests from the lord of the jungle, the Bengal tiger.

Insiders tip: With safaris and walking tours on the menu, a robust pair of shoes and trousers are a must.


Secret Serengeti, Tanzania

Secret Serengeti

East Africa’s world-famous wildlife sanctuary is the Serengeti National Park. It holds the continent’s most diverse and largest concentration of plains animals. This includes the Big Five- the lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, and rhinoceros.  As a resident of the lodge, you’re likely to spot some of them when they come for a drink at the watering holes. Few also stroll by while you’re relaxing on your guest room’s private sundeck. The Tanzania safari includes game drives, walking safaris, bush meals and night drives in the forest. In addition to the magnificent surrounding wildlife, the lodge delivers memorable ways to experience the Serengeti. It provides unique activities that include hot-air balloon rides across the plains, picnics in the bush, and safari photography classes.

Insiders tip: The best time to visit this lodge is the migration period of animals which begins in February and ends in April.


Port Lympne Reserve, UK

Port Lympne Reserve

Port Lympne Reserve is home to over 700 rare and endangered animals. This includes the largest herd of black rhino in the UK, western lowland gorillas, the only giraffe in Kent, tigers, lions, leopards, and bears. Spend the night with snarling, growling tigers at the tiger safari lodge where big cats prowl directly outside your window. Come face to face with the black rhino at the rhino lodge. Also, enjoy the wilds of nature with hog deer’s roaming past your room door. Also, explore over 600 acres of the reserve where the wild things are!

Insiders tip: Ask the experts for a 30-minute face to face encounter with an animal of your choice which includes hand feeding it.

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort, Florida

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge Resort

The adventure of a jungle safari comes alive before your eyes at the animal kingdom lodge. Many rooms at the lodge overlook the beautiful savannas. From here, you can spot grazing zebra, giraffes and gazelles roaming free in natural environments. The hotel also offers a wide range of activities aimed at every age range. Take a walk around the grounds, and you’re likely to spot more than 30 species of African wildlife. Go on a cultural safari and see animals play at dusk. With the benefit of night vision, watch handlers feed pelicans and flamingos. The Simba’s Clubhouse caters to the need for little ones where they can have the time of their lives.

Insiders tip: The minimum stay at this resort is 5 nights always and a booking once made cannot be canceled.


Manu Wilderness, Brazil

Manu Wilderness

The Manu Wilderness is home to more plants and animals than almost any other natural area on Earth. Thousands of mammals and birds call these dense forests home. 15,000 types of plants have been cataloged inside Manu’s borders. To take trials that lead to giant otters, book a stay at the Casa Matsigenka lodge. Staying at the Manu Pusharo lodge includes a short boat ride to take guests to a small oxbow lake. Here, there are maximum chances of seeing a wide variety of bird species and Squirrel Monkeys.

Insiders tip: Do carry your portable chargers as there is no 27/7 electricity at these lodges.

Sea Lion Lodge, Falkland Islands

Sea Lion Lodge

Don’t go by its name! The Sea Lion Lodge is a place where a rookery of Gentoo penguins has been known to set up camp. Aside from penguin spotting, the guests can chill with the sea lions and seals lazing about on the sandy beach. Residents of the lodge can also visit the world’s largest accessible king penguin colony. The Sea Lion Lodge offers expansive views of the South Atlantic Ocean where nothing but water separates you from Antarctica.

Insider tip: Since killer whales arrive at the shore, never take a morning dip in the sea.

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