Asia's Most Visited Tourist Spots for Wildlife-Watching

Bonin Islands, Japan

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The travelers most treasure hunt, an unusual islands that never connected to the Japanese mainland or any other continent, Bonin Islands also known as the Ogasawara Islands are in the North-Western Pacific Ocean roughly 1,000 km south of the main Japanese Archipelago. Being the most isolated destination on the list, the Bonin Islands composed of five components within an extension of about 400 km from north to south. The Island embraces more than 30 islands, clustered within three island groups of the Ogasawara Archipelago.
An amazing Island of Japan, Bonin Islands is home to the world exclusive crabs, insects and birds. Generally; visitors can perceive humpback whales in between February-April. Visitors can also see sperm whales in the summer and fall, and dolphins all year around.

Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary, Philippines

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Lies in the Northwestern coast of Palawan; the sanctuary that known as the reserve and wildlife sanctuary located in Calauit Island, the Calauit Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1976. It spread almost 3,700 hectare in the Calamian Islands off the coast of Palawan in the Mimaropa region of the Philippines. This Sanctuary is declared as a game preserve and wildlife sanctuary in 1977 along with 104 animals, including zebras, gazelles, giraffes and impalas that were at risk of drought and being affected by war in Kenya. However; the animal population has grown nearly five-times since its inception.
Today; it is known for its wildlife sanctuary with a substantial population of African animals, including giraffes, Calamian deer, zebras, and antelopes and many local fauna.

Similan Islands, Thailand

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A group of islands in the Andaman Sea, Similan Islands is situated off to the coast of Phang Nga Province, southern Thailand. Similan Islands is a national park which was established in 1982. An archipelago of nine islands is known as one of the top diving destinations in the world. It has typically two different kinds of diving; east diving and the west side diving.

During the month of November to April, one can see magnificent schools of tropical fish, coral reefs, manta rays and sea turtles by diving. The Similan National Park allows visitors to see air, land and sea-based wildlife akin to birds, sixteen species of bats, pythons, to vipers, lizards, friendlier bottlenose dolphins and many more.
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