Top 10 Wildlife Parks in the World

When it’s time for a vacation, people usually prefer visiting beaches, cities, or historical monuments. But if you’re looking for something out of the ordinary, something new to try out and experience, how does the sound of Wildlife Parks sound? All over the world, there are special areas preserved where you can see animals and plants in their natural habitat. Away and undisturbed by urbanization, and protected from any future building works.

The number of variations that are there in Wildlife Parks is great, and it sort of ends up being hard trying to come up with the ten best of those variations. But fear not, we’ve made this task really easy for you.

Yellowstone National Park

This is one of the most renowned national parks you could come across. It is mostly famous for its geothermal characteristics. This park stands as a home to a number of different species of animals. Grizzly bears roam the mountains and they’re a tad less friendly than Yogi, although the official website claims that your chances of being eaten by a bear are 1 in 2 million, so there is really nothing to worry about.


Bandhavgarh National Park

This Park is known for having spotted the most tigers in Asia which are why it is the Tiger Capital of Asia. It is a 446 km square National Park in India also holds a large population of breeding leopards and some deer. It’s split into four zones; MagdhiMagadhi, Khitauli, and Panipat.



Kafue National Park

This park is full of different types of wildlife animals and is noted to be one of the best places to see leopards. Covering a huge area of 22,400 square, Kafue National Park of Zambia is not only Africa’s biggest part but also one of the unexplored ones. It was established as a National Park in 1924 by the British Colonial Government.


Costa Rica

 Home to more than 500,000 species, Costa Rica is aligning itself as one of the 20 countries with the highest biodiversity in the world. Because of the huge variety of habitat residing within the small country including tropical rainforests, deciduous forests, coastlines, cloud forests, and a huge variety of mammals, amphibians, reptiles and birds, they call Costa Rica their home.


Galapagos Islands

This Reserve is located 600 miles off the western coast of Ecuador. The Galápagos Islands are of volcanic origin and have never been connected with the mainland. Hence, for species to have arrived here, they had to have flown, swam, or floated



Namibia being the first African country to incorporate protection of the environment into its constitution, it withholds  26 parks and reserves set aside making its abundant wildlife one of its greatest tourist assets.


Amazon River Basin

Housing many species of plants and animals, more than any other terrestrial ecosystem on the planet, one-third of all species in the world are thought to reside in the Amazon Rainforest.



Antarctica known to be a continent of extremes holds the title of coldest, driest, and windiest location on land. What’s shocking is that wildlife can survive, more like live in such extreme temperatures and climate.



Known to be the Great Land, Alaska houses both land and sea species of wildlife, and it’s easy to see both if you are to visit the US, even if it is a short trip.



Kenya is a home to an amazing range of wildlife, but perhaps none as popular as “The Big Five.”


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