When people think of travel destinations, they often refer to the urban centers of the world such as New York City, Paris, or London.
However, there is a different kind of travel destination. These areas allow visitors to experience nature that still remains prevalent on this planet, though the lush green world is rapidly shrinking.
Among these destinations that still can allow people to enjoy wildlife and nature in its glory are a number of spots all around the world.
The wilderness of the state of Alaska still remains relatively pristine for vast stretches of land. Summer months are fine time to journey up there and visit places such as Denali National Park, the Northern Lights, or a cruise through the Inside Passage.
Another place that would serve as a great travel destination for those looking for great sights of nature would be the country of South Africa. Whether it is Aliwal Shoal or the beaches of the country or Cape Town’s Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden or even the Panorama Route of Mpumalanga, there are scenic sights all over the southern-most country on the African continent.
Speaking of Africa, there are a number of safari tours in Botswana, located directly north of South Africa. Travels can experience African wilderness trails or even a guided tour through the region. The countries along the East Africa coast also are ideal destinations for those who are looking to view a pristine form of nature.
An organization that can help would-be environmental travelers would be Wild Ark, an organization that seeks to help in the conservation of the natural biodiversity found in various parts of the planet. Their central mission and they support this goal by getting many to travel to these very scenic locations which highlight all of nature’s glory.
After all, the group’s motto is “Learn. Experience. Protect.”
Nothing beats first-hand experience when it comes to understanding the importance of what must be protected. So Wild Ark spreads their mission by creating traveling experiences that can help people get back in touch with nature and see why the bio-system is so vital to the planet’s well-being.