If you’re planning for spring, Kamchatka is most well-known for its large brown bears and whale watching.
In Chitwan tigers, rhinos, and deer wander the warm forest mornings of the Terai in the meltwaters of the Himalayas.
From the sloth bears of Wilpattu to the elephants of Udawalawe, it is always a good time for a safari in Sri Lanka.
There is no need for a 600mm lens or to follow a kingfisher around for hours. No, this land is alive with colorful birdsthat can be well shot by any run-and-gun photographer.
Due to the efforts of the Wildlife Alliance, gibbons, leopards, and even otters now call the Angkor Archeological Park home.
Beautiful Malaysian paradise island, wildlife, snorkel-blue waters on the Andaman Sea, mountains, mangroves — Langkawi is not a hard sell.
Home to elephants, gibbons, and all manner of flamboyant tropical birds, a road trip through Khao Yai is an easy, rewarding rite of passage for Thailand travelers.
Japan’s wild heart sits in the great white north of Hokkaido, the northernmost and second largest of Japan’s four main islands.
We could all use a little Asia wildlife, from the snow leopards of India and rhinos of Nepal to the orangutans Borneo and the birds of paradise in Papua New Guinea.