7 stunning locations for wildlife watching

Iceland: Iceland is a magnificent paradise with incredible animal sightings and strange vistas. From seeing the greatest puffin colony in the world to going humpback snorkeling in Strytan's northern bay

Half Moon Island, Antarctica: Did you think Antarctica was just a desolate snowy wasteland? Rethink that! This glacial marvel is one of the most fascinating sites in the world to watch extremophiles, despite the fact that it lacks terrestrial animals.

Kruger National Park, South Africa: In the realm of African safaris, Kruger National Park is an old favorite, if not the most well-known, on the list. Seeing animals in this area is almost a guarantee.

Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica: Corcovado National Park is a green paradise located in the far southwest of Costa Rica. One of the world's most biodiverse travel destinations is Costa Rica.

Galapagos Islands: There is nothing like a vacation to the Galapagos. The volcanic islands are well-known for their uncommon biodiversity, which includes marine iguanas and gigantic tortoises. 

Madagascar: Secluded for millions of years, this enigmatic island lies 250 miles off the Eastern Shore of Africa, giving rise to an unusual array of flora and fauna.

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda: A journey to Uganda's Bwindi National Park is among the most expensive on the list, with permits costing an average of around $600, but it offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see