Considered a true WOW experience, get up close and personal with rare Silverback Mountain Gorillas in the Bwindi Forest in Uganda. There’s plenty of other wildlife to see, but what makes this so special is only a limited number of gorilla treks are allowed daily.
Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
The Galápagos Islands which is comprised of 19 islands in the Pacific Ocean is surrounded by a marine reserve and offers plenty of wildlife from marine life to animals on land. Charter a yacht for an exceptional experience.
In Serengeti National Park survey the Big Five – leopard, African lion, rhino, elephant and Cape buffalo – from a safe yet near distance. Known as some of the biggest and most dangerous animals in the world, these creatures will capture your attention as you head to the bush. During June and July, there’s a strong chance to witness the Great Serengeti Migration of two million wildebeest.
Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Australia is home to the world’s largest coral reef with a rainbow of colorful marine life to explore. See reef and great white sharks, sea turtles, and indulge at a nearby luxury island.
Explore this mysterious continent’s vast icy tundra and witness wildlife up close and personal including whales, seals, and penguins. Embark on a luxury yacht or be more adventurous and have an on land glamping experience. The best time to see the Southern Lights is June to August.