The hardest aspect of planning a vacation, or travel destination, is figuring out where your journey will take you. Nature has so much beauty still very much alive, you just have to leave the cities behind and take a deep breath of air in the wild that is left.
The Northern Great Plains in North America give a vibrant look at what life was like centuries ago. The plains span out over 180 million acres, and offer beautiful views with rare wildlife that still call this place home. If you arrived to tour this area, you would find the species of Bison that roamed the plains when Lewis and Clark took their expedition.
The Galápagos Islands located off the coast of Ecuador is the home of a plethora of plants and animals that are found nowhere else in the world. It is a reserve that is protected by the Ecuadorian Government and the WWF. You can find absolutely stunning views, along with amazing creatures like the sea lion, Galapagos Penguin, and giant tortoise spanning over this illustrious island.
The Eastern Himalayas span across multiple countries, however the easiest to access is located in northeast India. This habitat is home to so much beautiful wildlife such as the red panda, the Bengal tiger, and the Greater one-horned rhino. You will find the forests and plants here among the most beautiful in the world, as most of them are only found in the Himalayas. The rivers you will see here actually help regulate the planet’s temperature.
There are so many more wild, beautiful places like these that are being conserved and protected for the future. This is no easy feat, and would not be able to be accomplished if it weren’t for organizations such as Wild Ark.
Wild Ark is an organization that proudly teaches people the importance of conserving our planets habitats. The impact we make on our planet is maddening, however they have took it upon themselves as a mission to instill knowledge and protect the wilds that are left here on Earth. Without the wilds that Wild Ark is protecting, our planets climate, the wildlife, the vegetation, all of it would be at risk.