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      Wildlife

      Located in Europe, Switzerland is a mountainous country. Being small in size and scarcely populated, Switzerland is one of the wealthiest countries in the world. The major population of the country lives in the plateau region as it is difficult to live in Swiss Alps because these mountains are always covered with snow and presence of wildlife also makes the place difficult to live. Read more

      Ecuador’s first national park, Galápagos National Park comprises 97% of the Galápagos Islands. The park is made of lava ruins and has cactus forests. It has a varied topography which is breathtaking. There is lush dense greenery, bays with sparkling waters and surreal beaches. Read more

      Zoos always amaze us, whether we are kids or adults, it really does not matter. One of the first things that a baby learns is about animals and what better place to see those animals, Read more

      The crown jewel of Sri Lanka and the favourite spot for all wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers, Yala National Park offers a diverse experience to visitors of all kinds. Taking you across on a thrilling ride amidst thick jungles, golden beaches, dusty tracks, and muddy marshes, Yala National Park gives travelers that much-needed dose of adventure they had been craving.

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      In today’s age of globalization, our life is increasingly turning complex. With the advancement of technology, the associations with our family, friends are becoming virtualized. Each day we find ourselves a little closer to the stress and realize the distance we are maintaining with our loved ones. Read more

      Located in the Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh, the Namdapha National Park is a beauty worth witnessing. Being a biodiversity hotspot, the park spans across 1808 square kms, which not only makes it the third-largest national park in India, but also a perfect place for you

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      Poland is a country located in Central Europe. Poland can be considered a global tourism market due to the large number of tourists that visit the place. Read more

      If a visit to a wildlife farm, zoo, a botanical garden or national reserve is in your plans, then Hungary is the right place to be. The national animal of Hungary is Turul, which is thought to be a mythical animal or it could be identified as the Falco Cherrug. But there are real, breathing and amazing animals which inhabit this country. Come here during the summers to have Read more

      Spanning a length of 7000 kilometers along its coastline, the state of Queensland is the second largest and third most populous state in Australia, covering the country’s northeastern portion. With the Coral Sea and Pacific Ocean located to the east Read more

      Though Sri Lanka is not predominantly famous for greenery and natural sceneries, there are some parts in the rural section of the country that is home to some natural lands. One such place is Pulau Ubin. Located in the northeastern part of Singapore, Pulau Ubin is a tropical island. It is famous for being the most biodiverse region in Singapore. Wildlife enthusiasts will find a lot to explore in this part of the country. Read more

      The enchanting island chain of Maldives flanked by the Indian Ocean is naturally enriched with a rich wildlife. The marine life and exotic animals of Maldives have always been and still are the main attractions for the wildlife enthusiasts and the tourists alike. Read more

      The country of Montenegro has a very varied terrain that ranges from high mountains to wide plains. Along the country’s borders with Kosovo and

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      Much famed for its rich diversity of flora and fauna, more than 25 percent of the elephants and 15 percent of tigers in India, can be found in Karnataka. Owing to its fair share of lush greens and thick jungles with ample amount of water resources,

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      Wildlife sanctuaries are often mistaken for the place where just animals and plants are preserved but actually, their job is two-fold. Read more

      South Africa doesn’t need any introduction to its wide range of nature and natural reserves situated around the area. Read more

      Bahamas, the land of dreams. The land of beauty and hope. Radiating warmth on the white as snow long stretches of beaches, the sparkling water, slow and graceful and the exotic wildlife that these islands offer will take your breath away. These seven hundred islands, each being pieces of a kaleidoscope, vibrant and mind blowing. Read more

      Greenland may be the least populated land by human beings in the world but the Scandinavian country does not fall short in providing shelter to the Arctic species. Read more

      South Africa is a country of wildlife beauty and the entire country is filled with different types of flora and fauna and various species of nature’s treasures. Read more