Want to Visit a Real Jungle? Go on a Rainforest Safari!

The love of nature is an innate love inside everyone on us, some try to fulfill this love and live the greatest experiences of their life while some others lack motivation to do so. Anyway, I am here to guide those who are curious over the hidden beauties of nature and to motivate those who are waiting for a little push to go on a crazy wild adventure.

Why don’t you just visit a jungle like in the movies and enjoy breathing the fresh air, looking at the sunset from a sandy beach, observing the weirdest species of animals ever and finally being away from the stressful life of society?

That is not an easy question and if you are willing to visit a real jungle, you will need to take a lot of precautions as well as choosing the right forest for you. Don’t worry, in this article I will help you discover the best rainforests from different corners of the world.

Yala National Park

Based in Sri Lanka, in the middle of the Indian Ocean, Yala national park is visited yearly by more than 200000 tourists making it the most visited attraction in whole Sri Lanka.

Yala was first established to serve as a wilderness sanctuary but then in 1938, open its doors to visitors so they can enjoy watching animals in their natural environment.

Yala national park, houses around 40 mammal special and is largely occupied by leopards but in addition to that, it has over 200 bird species and can be a top attraction for birders especially during the rainy season.

Actually, this park is considered as a giant rainforest where diverse animals co-exist in a protected and controlled eco-system, some lodges give accommodation opportunities for travelers who are visiting Yala national park.

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

From Asia to Africa, some differences may occur to the atmosphere, but tropical rainforests will always keep their charm and magic, especially Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.

This park is situated in the southwestern side of Uganda directly on the edge of Rift Valley. What makes this rainforest a top attraction is the large population of mountain gorillas which is a dangerously endangered subspecies with only 900 individuals remaining in the entire world. Half of these individuals live in Bwindi Impenetrable and you will easily get a face to face contact with one of them during your trip there.

Meeting a gorilla can be as frightening as you are thinking about, but you will change your mind once you get the opportunity to closely watch a gorilla in her natural environment. And this opportunity is offered to you in this interesting national park.

Cristalino State Park

Amazon rainforest is the largest rainforest in the whole world, and adventurers declare that it is quite impossible to survive a night alone inside this dangerous jungle during rainy season. But why not survive a whole safari tour in a small part of this giant jungle? It is possible to visit Cristalino state park that is located in Amazonia and enjoy the wonders of this rainforest personally.

If you ever decide to go to Cristalino state park, do not forget your DSLR and your zooming gear as you will be in contact with around 600 bird species. Exclusively in this small park, you will get the opportunity to watch jaguars and the legendary harpy eagle that are considered as the most dangerous carnivores of all time. If you are lucky, you will spot an anaconda too, such an amazing experience full of adrenaline and joy!

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