Join the Wild Side of Travel by only seeing wild animals in the wild. Be part of our global wildlife movement and you'll receive a luggage tag, guidebook and passport holder.
Wild animals need you on their side
When it comes to protecting wildlife, there are only two sides…
Some people believe animals' lives are worthless. And some believe they're worth fighting for.
Some people believe wild animals belong in cages. And some believe they belong in the wild.
Which side of the fight are you on?
Be part of a global movement and join the Wild Side of Travel!
- You'll be part of a global movement and join thousands of animal lovers fighting to give every wildlife a wild life animal
- You'll be the first to hear about new campaigns to protect and save wild animals
- And you'll receive a FREE travel luggage tag, passport holder and travel guide when you sign up!
The interactive map below highlights wildlife-friendly national parks, venues and locations around the world.
Click on the orange icons to discover places where wild animals are properly protected and respected.
Right now, animals are being exploited for our entertainment.
The tourism industry has almost come to a halt in the wake of coronavirus pandemic.It has shone a harsh spotlight on how people treat wild animals. And the catastrophic impact of wildlife exploitation has affected our health, economies, planet and the travel industry, in addition to causing the suffering of millions of animals worldwide. There can be no going back to what once was. But it will recover and re-build – and this is the ideal opportunity to build a better future for wild animals.
You can protect these animals by reducing the demand for wild animal in entertainment in the countries where you holiday.
You can help spread the word with these travel items to encourage others to be animal friendly tourists when they travel.
By joining the Wild Side of Travel and using your luggage tags and passport holder when you travel you can help spread the word to other travellers to reduce demand for animal entertainment and protect these animals.