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fully funded scholarships in usa for international students 2022 The 10 wildest destinations in the world

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    Prepare cameras and binoculars, we are going on an adventure to some of the wildest places in the world.

    1. Khao Sok National Park, Thailand
    It is the largest protected wilderness area in southern Thailand and one of the oldest rainforests in the world. One of the best ways to explore its impressive flora and fauna is by canoe along the Khao Sok River, admiring its wide variety of animal life, including elephants, bears, leopards and tigers.

    2. Madikwe Wildlife Reserve, North West Province, South Africa
    This 75,000-hectare reserve, with numerous private lodges for all tastes, and the Real Madikwe Game Lodge, a luxury resort for the most gourmets. Since 1991, more than 8,000 animals have been released into the reserve, so going on safari is guaranteed to see any of the 66 species of mammals and 300 species of birds. You can also enjoy another of its wonders of nature, the Thakadu Camp River. Take one of the flights to Johannesburg and visit it.

    3. Kwasulu Kalahari Game Reserve, Northern Cape Province, South Africa
    With the World Cup just around the corner, there are currently a large number of flight offers to South Africa , get away and visit this reserve, the largest with around 100,000 hectares, nothing better to feel the freedom and immensity of this country. Picnic outings are prepared for small groups and a maximum of six vehicles, to explore the impressive landscape, with the famous Kalahari lions.

    4. Croajingolong National Park, Victoria, Australia
    This huge 87,500-hectare park has been classified by the United Nations as a World Biosphere Reserve, a natural park of beaches, estuaries, deep rivers and eucalyptus forests. Visitors can see koalas, kangaroos and any of the 306 bird species that make up a third of Australia’s total. There is a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets, from campsites to the luxurious Gypsy Point Lakeside Hotel in the heart of the park. Relaxing with a cocktail at sunset on the banks of the Mallacoota will make getting one of the flights to Australia totally worth it.

    5. Live aboard the Red Sea, Egypt
    The Red Sea continues to offer excellent encounters with marine life, such as in Ras Mohammed, in Sharm el Sheik or on the Rocky Island. In many points of this rich coast you will find Diving Centers and Diving-oriented Resorts. The best way to enjoy your vacation is to spend it aboard one of the boats that are rented as floating accommodations. Its waters, covered by a variety of corals, serve as a home for all kinds of fish, for turtles, rays, whale sharks, Napoleon fish, etc.

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    6. Horseback Safari, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming , USA
    What better than riding part of the 9,000 km of Yellowstone and becoming a cowboy (or cowgirl, why not?). There are clubs that equip and guide you for the type of trip that you like the most. You will discover areas that are not seen by tourists in vehicles, and you will feel more involved with the impressive landscape. There is a wide variety of mammals such as bison, grizzly and black bears, moose, mountain lions, bobcats and wolves.

    7. Gorilla Safari, Rwanda
    Gorillas are now highly protected in Rwanda, after years of poaching. Fortunately, someone thought that they could make more money alive than dead, and the prices of these excursions attest to this. It is advisable to book well in advance, as only 56 permits are granted per day, only allowing groups of eight to be able to contemplate one of the seven family clans of gorillas.

    8. Orca Watching, Vancouver, Canada
    Vancouver’s waters are home to many species of mammals, but the most popular is undoubtedly the killer whale. Between April and August more than 80 of these killer whales return each year, to the delight of visitors. Boat trips of 3-5 hours, with expert naturalists, are organized to see these beautiful creatures.

    9. Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya
    The annual migration of 1.4 million wildebeest between the Serengeti and Masai Mara National Parks is one of the great spectacles of the natural world. The Mara River represents the last obstacle for them, during the months of July and August.

    10. Bear Adventures, Manitoba, Canada / Churchill, Alaska, USA
    Exclusive destinations where you can see both black bears and white bears on the same trip. In Churchill you can enjoy the migration of polar bears, while in Riding Mountain National Park, you can see moose and bison, as well as black bears. The trips are led by expert guides and naturalists who will answer all your questions – and keep you safe!

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