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Travel Destinations For People Who Are Obsessed With Animals
Though known primarily for the Amazon and its resident monkeys, the central part of western Brazil is home to Emas National Park, which has pumas, ocelots, tapirs, capybaras, and numerous monkey species, including the famous howlers. Animal lovers will enjoy the large jaguar population, but stay safe and book a tour.
Emas National Park, Brazil
Home to grizzly and black bears, cougars, wolves, wolverines, bobcats, and the iconic bison, Yellowstone has long been one of the most visited national parks in the U.S. Additionally, bald eagles and mountain bluebirds can be spotted in the trees and skies; plus, numerous species of lizards, frogs, and fish call Yellowstone home.
Yellowstone National Park
Numerous species of turtles are found throughout Mexico, and one of the best things about having them all over the country is that from May to October the new babies hatch and make their way to the ocean. Anyone who has a love for living creatures will want to combine a beach trip with a baby turtle spotting expedition.
Baby Turtles in Mexico
The iconic Icelandic Horse dates back to the 9th Century when Vikings settled in Iceland and brought horses with them. Due to the Nordic nation's isolation, the horse developed without input from other breeds and is now known for its unique characteristics, including five distinctive gaits.
Ride Icelandic Horses
Tanzania is a year-round destination that won't disappoint anyone fond of wildlife. Aside from traditional safaris, you can enjoy animal-centric experiences like chimpanzee trekking in Mahale and Gombe rainforests, wildebeest migration viewings, and hiking Mount Kilimanjaro.
Take a Safari in Tanzania