The biodiversity of the rainforests has made Brunei famous. Tourists can explore the beauty of this natural place by spending some nights at Sumbiling Eco Village. They can even spend their days by trekking and interacting with the local Iban people. The activities available here for the tourists are a rainforest canopy walk, boat trips, trekking, and swimming under those blue clear jungle waterfalls.
Singinawa Jungle Lodge is one luxury wildlife safari lodge located in the Zone of Kanha Tiger Reserve. It contains 12 cottages and two jungle bungalows that are tastefully designed. Each of them has large bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms with luxury items like air conditioning and a mini bar.
This place is situated in the village of Jamtara, right at the foot of the Pench National Park and it is cloaked behind the safety of majestic giant Arjuna trees. The entrance of this camp rolls up quickly, and it gives tourists the chance to enjoy what India has to offer.
Rubondo Island is well hidden beneath sub-tropical rainforest right on Lake Victoria. This is the largest island-based national park in Africa. This place has become a wildlife refuge back in the ’60s due to his superb bird-life and some pleasant fishing opportunities.
Greyste is one of the best camps in the world situated on the shores of Lake Tanganyika. This place is famous for its large number of wild chimpanzees.
Kakum National Park is situated in the Central Region of Ghana, it covers an area of about 375 square kilometers. It was first established as a reserve back in 1931, but only in 1992, it became a national park.
This place is located in the jungle-covered cone of an eroded volcano where tourists can go mountain gorilla trekking. Just 45 minutes drive from Hilo Airport or 2 hours from Kona Airport, this park is famous for its two active volcanoes: Kīlauea and Mauna Loa.
Andasibe-Mantadia National Park is one of Madagascar’s most beautiful national parks. Here tourists can search for giant lemurs called indri and many other nocturnal species like greater dwarf lemurs and jungle mice.
Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve in Peru is one of those places where tourists can cruise down the river on the board of riverboat Amatista. The riverboat is led by a specialist guide that will offer detailed information on the visited area and answer all questions.
This place is luxurious accommodation right in the middle of ian Ecuador, and here you can explore the surrounding lake, creeks and entire jungle on foot. You can also take a dugout canoe which is led by a native local person and a native English naturalist.