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TOP WILDLIFE TRAVEL BLOGS

Feebspot.com released its list of the Top Wildlife Travel Blogs To Follow In 2019 and I’m proud to announce that Mar Gone Wild was one of the featured websites!

 

Below is a list of the other blogs that made the cut along with a link to my favorite blog post from each — one’s that I think Mar Gone Wild visitors might enjoy as well.

 

(The following are in no particular order.)

 

1.) TRAVEL FOR WILDLIFE

 

WHY A BOTSWANA SAFARI IS ONE OF THE BEST SUSTAINABLE TOURISM EXAMPLES

 

Why this post? 

 

Okay, maybe I’m a bit biased with this one because I’m heading to Botswana at the end of this summer, but the post itself really does provide great information for wildlife-lovin’ travelers hoping to gain a more holistic understanding of how travel and conservation can and should go together.

2.) The Wildlife Diaries

 

COLLECTIVE NOUNS FOR ANIMALS — SAFARI TALK

 

Why this post? 

 

If you’re a fan of wildlife, especially wildlife adventures, this blog post is such a fun must-read! While most wildlife enthusiasts know that a group of lions is called a “pride” and a group of wolves is called a “pack”, what about a group of wombats? (cheat sheet answer: its called a “wisdom”). This comprehensive list of collective nouns for animals is a great way to brush up on your wildlife lingo (and impress your friends on your next adventure).

3.) Good Nature Travel

 

CONSERVATION-MINDED TRAVEL & 9 TIPS TO GET YOU STARTED

 

Why this post? 

 

The title of this post says it all (not to mention there’s no type of travel that I love more than the kind with a conservation theme attached to it). This post offers practical but easy-to-forget tips for more responsible travel as well as links to some helpful information for conservation-focused adventurers.

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4.) Thomson Safaris

 

10 WAYS YOU CAN TRAVEL MORE SUSTAINABLY ON SAFARI

 

Why this post? 

 

“Sustainability” and “safari” just sound like they go together, as they should. But the tips listed in this post aren’t just for safari-goers, they can (and probably should be) things to think about no matter what kind of adventure we’re on as travelers.

5.) Terra Incognita

 

RESPONSIBLE TOURISM IS A WIN-WIN FOR GIANT RIVER OTTERS & PEOPLE

 

Why this post? 

 

This blog features posts from a number of different wildlife travel writers/bloggers, and this particular post was written by Kristi Foster and features an interview with Jessica Groenendijk, a giant otter expert and the author of the new book The Giant Otter: Giants of the AmazonWhat I appreciate about this post is that the information and key takeaways can be applied to any species and/or habitat that a traveler might feel passionate about.

6.) BinocuLand Blog

 

WHY MADAGASCAR IS WORTH VISITING

 

Why this post? 

 

I may not have any set plans to visit Madagascar this year but it sure as heck is at the top of my wild bucket list. If you’re like me and you long to one day see the lemurs of this wild island then this post (and this blog) is a great place for information and inspiration.

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