Beautiful places around the world are quickly disappearing as a result of deforestation, loss of wildlife and environmental changes, all to make way for more developments, unsustainable hotels, and flashy attractions. But these days, travelers are looking for something unique and eco-friendly, leading to the increasing popularity of what is known as ecotourism.


Ecotourism destinations allow travelers to visit some of the most extreme and spectacular natural wonders of the world, and a chance to get close and personal with nature – not by destroying the environment, but by paying tribute to it. Most often, the money that’s added to an economy by ecotourism is put back into conserving and preserving these natural environments. And that is where Wild Ark comes in.


Wild Ark offers exclusive eco-friendly destinations, sustainable experiences, and adventures of a lifetime to some of the wildest places on earth. Wild Ark conservationists work together to educate people about our planet and how to preserve it. They provide travelers with exciting trips around the globe while they show the beauty of this world with all the wild animals and captivating nature.


  1. Costa Rica


Costa Rica has more than 500 species, which makes it one of the world’s top leaders in ecotourism. It has the highest biodiversity of exotic flora and fauna, forests, secluded beaches, four active volcanoes in its bounds, and thermal hot springs.


  1. Amazon Rainforest


The Amazon Rainforest is the world’s largest tropical rainforest covering parts of Colombia, Peru, Brazil, and other parts of South America, and spreading over 1.4 billion acres. It is home to more than 10 million species of animals and plants including one-third of all the species in the world.


  1. Galapagos Islands


The Galapagos Islands are located 600 miles off the coast of Ecuador and have never been connected to the mainland. These volcanic islands are known for unique species such as the Blue-footed Boobies, Albatrosses, Galapagos Penguins, and a diversity of marine life. Tourists can discover the rich nature and wildlife while snorkeling alongside giant tortoises, sea lions, exotic fish, and Marine Iguanas.


  1. Kerala, India


Kerala is a tropical paradise in Southern India, between the Arabian Sea coastline and the lush mountain regions of the Western Ghats. With breathtaking beaches and backwaters, and a 600 km long shoreline filled with palm trees, Kerala has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia. Within the forests, you’ll find rare creatures such as Indian elephants, Bengal tigers, rhinos, and leopards, including one of the rarest butterflies in the world – the Travancore Evening Brown.


Our planet has already suffered drastically from climate change and the destruction and invasion of man, but many areas are aiming to change that with ecotourism and Wild Ark promoting the advantage of taking care of our world.