Are you an animal lover? Of course, traveling can be one of the primary ways of learning about wildlife around the world. In fact, all over the world has its own unique wildlife. However, according to the Euronews, there are some very unique destinations for animal lovers to explore around the world, which are listed as below:
Zao Fox Village, Japan
As the name suggests, Zao Fox Village is full of foxes, situated in the mountains of Miyagi, Japan. This animal has a very important position in Japanese history and folklore, and visiting this village can be a great experience.
Pig Beach, the Bahamas
Pig Beach is one of the most unique destinations for pig lovers, located in Exuma, the Bahamas. It’s all about how the pigs came to live, which is a mystery for most people worldwide.
Pigs numbers have been reduced in previous years, but the positive point of the pandemic was that this downtrend has slowed down.
Emas National Park, Brazil
Emas National Park in Brazil is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The name “Emas” refers to the rheas, which is a bird of emus and ostriches. However, the park is not limited to this type of animal, and you can enjoy visiting wolves, jaguars, macaws and more.
Sita Ram ji Temple, India
This temple is located in in the Indian state of Rajasthan, India, which is very known for its monkeys. You can appreciate these cheeky animals and feed them. Also, you can enjoy the view of Jaipur.
The cheeky tenants are sociable and can be fed by visitors. The site also offers gorgeous views of Jaipur, making it a multifaceted jewel.
Hyde Park, England
It might not be the first choice for the holidays. However, the park offers some of the best hidden gems ever, especially if you are in love with the birds, from the usual pigeons to the green, squawking parakeets.
Kangaroo Island, Australia
When it comes to the Austrailia, the first thing that comes to the mind is Kangaroo! Kangaroo Island is located in the south coast of the country, which is well known for its wildlife. Besides Kangaroos, the island also offers breeding colony of endangered Australian sea lions.