Destinations to see wildlife with your your kids



Siplock Nature Reserve, Borneo


Boating tropical climates, lush vegetation and dense forests, Borneo is rich with wildlife. It's also one of the few places on earth where tigers, rhinos, orangutans and elephants live together.

For families, a trip with Borneo Eco Tours offers a visit to Sepilok Nature Reserve, which touts an incredible collection of orangutans in their natural environment.

Beyond orangutans, Borneo is home to many other spectacular species, including proboscis monkeys, bearded pigs, clouded leopards, marble cats and pygmy elephants.

National parks and reserves throughout Africa


Home to some of the worls's most coverted and endangered wildlife like elephants, rhinos,lions,giraffes,zebras and cheetahs. a safari at one of the many National Parks in Africa is a dream

A safari lets families witness animals your kids may have only seen in zoos in the wild, which helps further their understanding of both the species and their habitat.

Safari also offer unique and exciting activity and accommodation for kids, including camping beneath the stars, staying in lodges and private guides who serve as teachers on the ground.

Galapagos Islands, Ecuador


This wildlife rich archipelago off the coast of Ecuador is home to an amazing collection of rare wildlife from sea lions to blue footed boobies to bioluminescent plankton, sea turtle and penguins.

Additionally, Sanibel Island, Santa Cruz, Florena and Santiago Island are home to bright pink flamingos known for standing on just one leg and eating upside down.

Kids will also love snorkeling and diving in the waters of wolf and Darwin islands, exploring for sharks, and hiking near tagus Cove in search of the Galapagos penguins and giant tortoises.

Cayman  Islands


The Cayman Islands have long bees a popular vacation spot for families. Beyond the beaches, however, is a vast wildlife population thet lives on both land and sea.

Bring the kids to one of the world's most preserved coral reefs with a dive off Seven Mile Beach, which will highlight vibrant coral heads, fish and sea turtles and over 100 shipwrecks.

Spotts Beach is a popular public beach and favorite feeding spot for turtles. People snorkel and swim with them, but please don't touch them.

Lapland, Finland


Visiting Santa Claus's homeland in Rovaniemi will entice kids, as will the chance to see elusive lynxes, grey owls, massive brown bears and reindeer.

In summer, you can catch and release rainbow trout in one of the country's 200,000 lakes. In winter you can meet native huskies and them ride on sleighs through the snowy wilderness.

Wild Finland offers safaris that'll introduce your kids to the native wildlife, give them expert photography tips and may even show them the breathtaking aurora borealis, or the northern lights.