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Wildlife Tourism: Being a Responsible Traveller

Wildlife Tourism: How to be a responsible traveller | Yoko Meshi

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from The Huffington Post

The 10 'Cruelest' Wildlife Tourism Attractions

Tourists will travel great distances for the chance to not only to see a wild animal, but also interact with it. Elephant rides, dolphin shows and tig...

After observing wildlife tourism within Africa, tourists across the world can return home with much more knowledge on the wildlife of Africa. Focusing on the protection of the animals, conservancies are creating wildlife corridors, tourists visiting are understanding the needs for conservations, numerous communities are coming together to assist with the endangered animals and much more.

from Medium

5 Reasons Why Wildlife Tourism Is Increasing In India

Where the land meets the sea at the southern tip of West Bengal lies the Indian Sundarbans, a stretch of impenetrable mangrove forest of great size and bio-diversity. For Booking Details Mail us at subhash@zeropoint.co.in or call Contact :

The uniqueness of the Indian sub-continent lies in the diversity it offers in every aspect. India is blessed with the most disparate geography and climate which provide habitat to a vivid range of flora and fauna. The incredible range of wildlife in India is a nature’s gift that makes India the ideal location for Wildlife Tourism

Chris McLennan, mostly known for his travel, wildlife, tourism and adventure photography, recently went for another extraordinary pursuit by taking close-up photos of wild lions in Botswana with a robot camera assembled with the help of engineer Carl Hansen. The amazing photos were captured by “Car-L”, a remote controlled 4×4 camera buggy with a Nikon D800E camera and an 18-35mm lens.

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from LiveShareTravel

How to travel and stay animal friendly

Swimming with dolphins or manta rays, whale watching, having a photo taken with a tiger – wildlife tourism and visiting animal attractions on holiday are proving increasingly popular. But how do you see remain animal friendly when you travel?

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from The Huffington Post

The 10 'Cruelest' Wildlife Tourism Attractions

Wildlife Tourism: The 10 'Cruelest' Animal Attractions, Revealed By World Animal Protection | The Huffington Post