Seeing wildlife

@maximax8 (27334)
United Kingdom
October 6, 2010 7:24am CST
Which trip would you choose and why? India to so some wild tigers China to see some wild pandas A cruise around the Galapagos Islands to see lots of animals? Canada to see polar bears Somewhere else. If so where abouts? Which type of animal would you like to see there?
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• United States
6 Oct 10
I would love to go to Africa, especially the Serengeti to see the large herds of animals there and lions and cheetahs.
@maximax8 (27334)
• United Kingdom
6 Oct 10
I visited the Masai Mara and Lake Nakaru when I was in my mid twenties. I was on a five day safari. I saw two lions and the male was eating the kill. The van stopped by a tree and I wondered why. There was a leopard asleep in the tree. I didn't get to see a cheetah.
@TeamCholent (2843)
• United States
6 Oct 10
South Africa to see all the wildlife like lions, cheetah and rhino etc. The best season is now to see them as the weather changes from cold to hot and new growth starts to form.
@maximax8 (27334)
• United Kingdom
6 Oct 10
I went to South Africa last year. I took my disabled son when he was 20 months old and I was pregnant with my baby daughter. On the Garden Route we went on a two and a half hour safari. We saw lions, giraffes, rhinos and zebras. Yes, this time of year is excellent for going to beautiful South Africa. I have heard Kruger National Park is great for wildlife viewing.
@AmbiePam (48105)
• United States
16 Oct 10
I think I'd rather go to Africa on a safari. Maybe see some gorgeous giraffes.
@dawnald (84132)
• Shingle Springs, California
14 Oct 10
1. Tigers 2. Pandas 3. Polar bears Galapagos - been there, done that. Great trip!
@writersedge (22579)
• United States
7 Oct 10
I'm a bear person so definitely Canada or China. Since Canada is right next door, I'd probably start there. Sad but both are in danger of being extinct.
@picjim (3003)
• India
7 Oct 10
As one of my predecessor has said South Africa is an ideal location.But my finances don't permit me to go there.I'm a member of time share here in India.They have a resort near Corbet national park.This resort is famous for tigers and i'm planning on a trip there to look at tigers in their natural habitat.
@ShepherdSpy (8562)
• Omagh, Northern Ireland
7 Oct 10
If I was to travel somewhere,I'd like to see something of the Native wildlife wherever in the world I might end up..My only experience of big animals thus far has been from visiting zoos...A highlight of a trip to Arizona I made was to see humming birds flying around where I was staying..I regret not having had a camera with me when I saw them! I think I'd like to visit Australia sometime and see the Marsupials...