Wild Wadi Waterpark - Dubai - Jumeirah.
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South Africa encompasses one of the most diverse landscapes on the entire continent, with habitats ranging from verdant forests, stony deserts and soaring mountains, to lush grasslands and classic African savannahs. It is home to penguins and flamingos, great white sharks and ponderous African elephants, and many more animals that will surprise and amaze visitors.
A very special slice of Africa, the iSimangaliso Wetland Park offers eco-tourists some of the most diverse African wildlife and outdoor experiences imaginable. The variety of fauna and flora is unique. Four wetland sites within the park are Ramsar sites (wetlands of international importance). iSimangaliso Wetlands Park in KwaZulu-Natal protects rare swamp forests, Africa's largest estuary and.
Wild animals in South Africa are under threat, as they are everywhere in the world, of losing habitat, or being hunted to the verge of extinction. The list includes, but is not limited to: the Cape vulture, African wild dog, three sets of crane, riverine rabbit, the Cape parrot, Knysna seahorse, De Winton’s golden mole, the rare tsessebe, the oribi, and suni (Livingstone’s antelope).
Of course, Wild Island Family Adventure Park isn't JUST a water park! You can get bowled over with the family at Coconut Bowl, with 32 state of the art lanes and fun events such as Glow By Night where the laser lights turn on, and the music starts!
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Thailand EcoTours with Wildlife Experts Many travelers are familiar with Thailand's magnificent islands, beaches, Buddhist temples, massage, and colorful cuisine, but Thailand's rainforests are also home to many bird and mammal species: elephants, tigers, 13 species of primates and 900 species of birds - perfect for Wild Planet's wildlife expertise!