Hear from travel experts at G Adventures (a global travel company we’ve been working with) about how they are promoting humane wildlife tourism
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"If you can ride, hug, or have a selfie with the wild animal, the chances are it’s a cruel venue. Don’t go." You can protect wild animals from the cruelty of tourist entertainment by taking action on your vacation and when you travel.
Sunday, March 3 is World Wildlife Day. To celebrate, we're highlighting some of the recent wins we’ve achieved for wildlife around the world.
UPDATE January 26 2016: Thomas Cook has stopped offering elephant excursions from this season’s promotions, and are planning to audit their entire range of...
"They’re abused to entertain us" – UK star Alesha Dixon weeps over cruelty of wild animal attractions
Alesha went undercover with us at cruel wildlife venues in Thailand. We’re releasing the shocking footage, calling on tourists and tour operators to help end...
Protecting wildlife through tourism Up to 40 percent of the global tourism industry is driven by the demand to experience wildlife. The thrill of experiencing wildlife up close are on many people’s bucket lists and sometimes the main reason for choosing a destination. Unfortunately, most wildlife...
Ask yourself these questions to avoid cruel attractions.
How to know if the sanctuary you want to visit is a genuine one that puts the animals' welfare first
State may become first in the U.S. to ban the use of exotic wildlife for entertainment
Travel company Bamba Experience encourages travelers to support animal welfare in the tourism industry
Bamba Experience is first Latin American travel company to commit to World Animal Protection's wildlife-friendly tourism pledge