Just by seeing panoramas, pictures from your friends that have visited a place you have never been to, or even by watching countless of nature documentaries you get the slightest idea of how magical our earth truly is. But I am sure that one that has never traveled can even imagine the quantity of mesmerizing panoramas, mountain tops, waterfalls etc etc…
To make your decision a little bit easier, if you are planning for an upcoming trip, here are some suggestions of places to visit that animal lovers would love to see. They are truly a must for any animal lover.
#1 Exuma, Bahamas – here you can watch the swimming pigs dive into the water, off ofBig Major Cay.
#2 Nara, Japan – you can go and feed the deers that are located in the Nara park and around the city, some “deer crackers” that are easily found locally.
#3 Territorio De Zagüates, Costa Rica – here is a giant no kill shelter where hundreds of dogs live. Sometimes members of the public are allowed in to socialize with the pups.
#4 Ponies on Assateague Island – Every july hundreds of wild ponies roam the island off the Delaware shore for their “pony swim”. Even more people go to the island just to see the how the ponies are guided across the water to Chincoteague Island.
#5 Penguins at Boulders Beach, South Africa – this is home to a colony of penguins named the jackass penguins due to the sounds they make.
#6 Coati at Iguazu Falls, Argentina/Brazil – these is home for these racoon relatives called roams. They stay in packs and try to steal food from the tourists. They a total cutteness to be seen by far because actually it is forbiden to feed them since they migh end up biting your finger during that process.
#7 Quokkas on Rottnest Island, Australia – quokka is a marsupial, and it is considered to be one of the happiest animals on earth.
#8 Sloths and Monkeys in Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica – The Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the few areas where you can see monkeys and sloths in their natural habitat.
#9 Seal Pups at Oahu Waterfall, New Zealand – Every summer the seal pups gather to play and splash at the waterfall inside the Ohau Point Fur Seal Sanctuary.
#10 Ōkunoshima, Japan – The second name of the island is “Rabbit Island” once you translate it in english due to the hundreds of rabbits that live there. Whenever they see tourists they roam in looking for food.