Want to see a pony swim? There are hundreds of wild ponies in this island but if you visit around the month of July, you’ll be able to see 150 ponies guided across the water to nearby Chincoteague Island.
11. Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica
If you want to see sloths and monkeys in their natural habitat, the Manuel Antonio National Park is the place for you.
12. Jigokudani Monkey Park, Japan
If you want to see Japanese macaques chilling in hot springs, you may want to visit this site during winter.
13. Territorio De Zaguates, Costa Rica
If you love dogs, this may be the paradise for you. This no kill shelter is home to hundreds of dogs who add beauty to the scenic property by roaming freely.
14. Wineglass Bay, Tasmania
If you like beaches and don’t mind getting frequent visits from adorable wallabies while you enjoy the scenic bay, this place is for you.
15. Glacier National Park, Washington
Because of a GoPro’s timely recording of a time lapse video, the yellow bellied marmot became one of the most popular creatures on the park.
16. Machu Picchu, Peru
Although most people would come to see the historical site, the llamas and alpacas who live around the area are like the icing on the cake.
17. Karni Mata Temple, India
In this Rajasthan temple, rats aren’t seen as pests, they’re revered. This temple is home to over 20,000 black rats called “kabbas”.
18. La Jolla Cove, California
Visiting this place requires a tremendous amount of caution. These seals and sea lions may look harmless, but they can actually be pretty dangerous.