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Through our partnership with the TreadRight Foundation, we support leading wildlife organizations to help protect and rehabilitate some of the elephant, rhino and big cat populations around the world, while also educating our guests on ethical wildlife experiences.
An award-winning National Geographic photographer, Ami has captured images in over 100 countries. "Nature is sending us all a strong message now. We need to start recognizing that we are not separate from nature. When we see ourselves as part of the landscape and part of nature, then saving nature is really about saving ourselves. Traveling across the Americas, you will witness powerful stories that remind us of just how small and deeply interconnected our world is. I hope we all take advantage of this time to reimagine our relationship to nature and each other."
Wildlife SOS India helps elephants living in urban environments that are wounded, malnourished and dehydrated, as a result of being used illegally or commercially under deprived conditions. They provide medical services to elephants in need, and train their handlers on humane treatment and management.
With the grant provided by TreadRight, supported by Insight Vacations, Wildlife SOS has built a permanent Enforcement Training classroom at the Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in Mathura, Uttar, as well as outfitted it with AV equipment to train staff on anti-poaching efforts, wildlife laws, dealing with human/elephant conflict situations, proper elephant management and more, and do so on a consistent basis.
A selection of Insight trips feature experiences where you can contribute to wildlife sustainability in the regions we visit. Look for trips with the TreadRight logo to discover Insight Experiences that #MakeTravelMatter.
You will be welcomed by over two hundred species of birds when visiting the Ballestas Islands bird sanctuary. You may see Peruvian Boobies, Inca terns, Red-legged Cormorants and both Humboldt and Peruvian Pelicans. What’s more, on the boat trip to and from the island, you will have a chance to spot seals, sea lions, dolphins, and turtles.
Explore Denali National Park in Alaska which covers six million protected acres of some of the greatest untamed wilderness in the world. There you may spot moose, caribou, foxes and grizzly bears, as well as Denali itself – the tallest mountain in North America and, when measured from base to peak, the highest mountain in the world.