4 Travel Destinations For Animal Lovers

May 18, 2017Alicia

Travel Destinations For Animal Lovers

Being an animal lover doesn’t mean you have to give up seeing animals while on holiday. There are plenty of ethical animal sanctuaries that you can visit without having concerns about how the animals are treated. To make it easier for you, we’ve compiled some of the best locations together in an easy to read list. Here are some of the best ethical animal destinations for animal lovers:

 travel destinations for animal lovers

Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary

This sanctuary is dedicated to rescuing wolves, wolf dogs and similar species such as dogs, coyotes and dingos. Most of their animals were abandoned by their previous humans and as they’ve been around humans their whole lives, they cannot be released back into the wild. Luckily, the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary is here to provide them with a home and help them educate people about them and their species.

The sanctuary allows for a variety of tours, encounters with the animals and guests can even feed the wolves. There are a number of accommodations around the site and also a range of other attractions nearby such as the Ice Caves.

You can find out more information here: Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary

Galapagos Islands Volunteer Vacation

This 11 day adventure takes people to the Galapagos Islands where they’ll be able to assist in protecting the incredible ecosystem of the islands. Attendees will also be able to assist with sea turtle and giant tortoise conservation projects while also traveling around the different islands.

This amazing experience comes at a cost however as prices begin from $4,395.

If you’re interested in this amazing experience, you can find out more information here: Galapagos Islands Volunteer Vacation

In the Realm of the Desert Lion

This unique trip sends people to Namibia in Africa where they will have a chance to be on the front lines at the renowned Desert Rhino Camp. Attendees will be able to learn about the world of Dr. Flip Stander who is an expert in the mysterious desert lion. Those who go in June will also have the option of assisting veterinarians as they perform the annual medical checks for a range of big cat species such as leopards, cheetahs and lions.

If this sounds like your type of holiday then you can learn more here: In the Realm of the Desert Lion

Maple Leaf Adventures – See wild Grizzly Bears up close

This company provide people with an amazing opportunity, a chance to see a wild grizzly bear from the safety of a boat. Visitors are taken along the river for short but guided tours of bear havens, nature walks and more. They also offer the chance for remote beach exploration, a chance to visit whale research stations and to see the local villages in Canada.

Prices for this trip range from $1,920 to $5,833 depending on what options you select.

If you’d like to learn more about this once in a lifetime trip then you can find out more details here: Maple Leaf Adventures

I hope this encourages you to choose an ethically responsible destination for your next vacation! Have fun!

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