5 Places For Amazing Wildlife Photography In The World
By: Pinki Wed, 09 Oct 2019 1:07 PM
Bring whales basking off the coast of Antarctica into focus. Interact with endangered Costa Rican species right in front of your camera lens. We bring you the 5 best destinations to take unbelievable photos of wildlife around the world – from the remotest polar reaches to the most diverse island ecosystems.
* Sabah, Borneo
Sabah’s tropical climate is ideal for a wide range of exotic wildlife to thrive; many species are unique to this fascinating, rugged terrain. Watch sea turtles nest on Turtle Island as darkness falls, and make friends with orangutans at a local sanctuary. Pictures barely capture the breathtaking beauty of Sabah, but the memories of this captivating island will last a lifetime.
* South Africa
Kruger National Park in South Africa gives visitors a macro view of Africa’s most cherished animals, such as lions, rhinos and giraffes. See herds of wild wildebeests emerge from storms of dust, and witness some of Africa’s stealthiest predators on the prowl. There’s no telephoto lens necessary while on safari in Kruger.
* Between Greenland and Canada
Indulge your inner explorer by voyaging through parts of the historic Northwest Passage from Greenland to Canada. One of the hardest parts of the world to reach, the Arctic is home with numerous types of whales, pods of narwhals and walruses. The longer the voyage, the more this icy expanse opens up to endless photographic possibilities.
* Ranthambore National Park, India
Deep in the jungles of Ranthambore National Park lives one of India’s most majestic species, the Bengal tiger. An encounter with this beautiful animal is priceless, and a perfectly timed photo serves to capture the unforgettable moment.
* Australia’s Kangaroo Island
For a quick glimpse of the land Down Under, go to Kangaroo Island off the coast of South Australia. The island is a refuge for wildlife, so explore Seal Bay’s sea lion population and be on the look out for numerous koalas perching in the nooks of gum trees at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary. The nature and impressive coastal views make this trip well worth it.