What animals can you see ?
Bengal tiger India, Myanmar, China, Bhutan, Bangladesh & Nepal
Indian leopard India, Sri Lanka, Nepal & Bangladesh
Snow leopard India, China, Afghanistan, Kazakstan & Russia
Clouded leopard Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Malaysia & Nepal
Marsh crocodile India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal & Pakistan
King cobra India, China, Burma, Malaysia & Phillipines
Golden snub-nosed monkey China
Orangutan Borneo & Sumatra
Giant panda China
Japanese Macaque Japan
Manta ray Indonesia, Malaysia, Phillipines & Maldives
Asian elephant India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Myanmar & Nepal
Indian rhinoceros India
Slow loris China, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia & India
Bactrian camel Mongolia, Kazakstan & China
Komodo dragon Indonesia
Best wildlife spots to visit
Taman negara national park, Malaysia Said to be the oldest rainforest on earth with people estimating it to be an incredible 130 million years old. It is a beautiful destination for river cruises, treks and wildlife spotting where you can see the elusive tigers, sumatran rhinos & the more commonly sighted gibbons, hornbills and eagles.
Komodo island, Indonesia Made up of rugged volcanic rocks, dry savannahs and dense woodlands it is home to over 4,000 Komodo dragons the largest reptile on earth. The surrounding waters are also an unbeleivable place for scuba diving with stunning coral reefs and a plethora of marine life waiting to be explored.
Gunung leuser, Indonesia One of the richest rainforests in Asia with nearly 200 mammals living here including tigers, flying lemurs & clouded leopards there is also a orangutan rehabilitation centre which is the best place to see orangutans in Indonesia and is a must see for any great ape enthusiasts.
Similian islands, Thailand Located in the Andaman sea 84km northwest of Phuket lies one of the top dive spots in the world. The Similian islands are famous for having over 200 species of coral and incredible, unique and diverse wildlife including schools of tropical fish, sea turtles, manta rays and even some crab eating macaques if you poke your head above the surface although they are known to be quite shy and fairly hard to spot.
Qin mountains, China Situated in the southern Shaanxi province the Qin mountains is the natural border between north and south China. With jaw dropping views and a chance to see the giant panda and golden snub-nosed monkey in the wild it is an incredibly unique and majestic place that is a once in a lifetime experience like no other.
Ranthambore national park, India One of the largest national parks in northern India and certainly one of the best for wildlife lovers. The main attraction here is the resident tigers however, you can also spot crocodiles, leopards, sloth bears and much more. The best time to visit the park is between November and March and is closed during July and August due to it being monsoon season.