Home to thousands of unique plants and animals, Malaysia is a preferred birding destination. It is also home to one of the oldest rainforest floras in the world, with over 8000 species of flowering plants, including the world’s tallest tropical tree species, the tualang. Malaysia Wildlife Tours can show you gibbons, proboscis monkeys, orang-utans, leopards, tapirs, elephants, rhinos, honey bears and much, much more. Malaysia has a total of 815 bird species, of which 16 are endemic including the Malay peacock-pheasant, Friendly grasshopper warbler, and the amazing rhinoceros hornbill. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Malaysia directly.
Mongolia is known as the crossroads of Central and East Asia and it produces unique flora and fauna. With its variety of natural habitats including Siberian taiga forest, rolling steppes, Gobi Desert (4th largest in the world) and Altai Mountains.
Mongolia offers many sought after bird species including Altai Snowcock, Daurian Partridge, Demoiselle Cranes, Cinereous, Bearded & Himalayan Vultures, Saker and Amur Falcons, Upland Buzzard, Oriental Plover, Pallas’s Sandgrouse, Henderson’s Ground Jay, Kozlov’s Accentor, Grey-necked and Godlewski’s Buntings. The most sought after mammal species are Snow Leopard, Pallas’s Cat, Argali, Siberian Ibex, Przewalski’s Wild Horse, Mongolian Gazelle and more. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Mongolia directly.
Despite its small size, Sri Lanka boasts of one of the highest rates of biological endemism in the world, and is included among the top five biodiversity hotspots, making Sri Lanka Wildlife Tours a perfect experience for wildlife enthusiasts. Of the ninety-one species of mammals found, Asian elephants, sloth bear, leopards, sambar and wild buffaloes will engage the majority of the attention. There are also more than 30 endemic bird species, most of which can be seen relatively easily on a single trip. Contact a wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to Sri Lanka directly.
Wildlife Tours in India offer an incredible mix of wildlife. Besides the signature species – tigers, leopards, elephants, rhinos and antelopes – the country boasts over 1200 bird species, 450 reptiles, 400 mammals and 200 amphibians. Biodiversity runs flows throughout this fascinating framework of ecosystems ranging from sultry evergreen forests of the northeast and southwest to the scorching deserts of the western state of Rajasthan. Contact a local wildlife specialist below to book your next wildlife tour to India directly.