Discover Asia and India’s Wild Attractions

Playful Orangutans
image01There is much more to do in Asia and India than shopping and eating delicious foods, although that in-it-self is a great reason to discover these far off lands. Asia and India have some of the world’s most exotic wild attractions juxtaposed with fascinating architecture and culture. You can visit the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center located west of Sandakan in Malaysia for an up-close look at these fascinating and curious animals. This noble center opened in 1964 as the first official orangutan rehabilitation project that rescues orphaned orangutans from logging sites, plantations, illegal hunting or that where kept as pets, and are then trained to survive in the wild and released.

Spend Time with Pandas
image02One of the more unique things to do when visiting China is spending time with pandas at the Bifengxia Panda Center. The center operates a volunteer program for travelers looking to get up close with pandas. There are various programs of different durations to meet every visitors needs with focus on teaching and learning about these popular animals. Volunteers can help the scientists collect behavioral data as well as preparing foods for the pandas and observing the natural behavior of pandas in a safe environment. The Bifengxia Panda Center offers the best place to visit and see pandas in a natural setting.

Trek with Tigers
image03Alongside hot weather, excellent foods and a rich culture India also has one of the world’s most diverse wild life experiences that includes visiting wild tigers. Travel to Bandhavgarh National Park, one of the most popular national parks in India that showcases wild animals, and enjoy tigers in a safe natural setting. Other wildlife at the park includes a large range of birds, the spotted and samba deer, red faced monkeys, mongoose, the nilgai antelope and elephants to name a few. You can also ride elephants or jeeps to look out for tigers in the park and enjoy a ride through the jungle brush.


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