Searching for only the greenest grass, the bluest skies and the most tranquil rainforests? Stop looking! The people have spoken, and so it turns out, the United States is just the ticket for the greatest in nature.
According to the newly-released Global Wildlife Travel Index, the United States comes out on top of the list of the best countries in the world for wildlife travel.
Creators of the index, True Luxury, took a bunch of different factors into consideration to determine the best countries for wildlife travel, like wildlife biodiversity, conservation efforts and the existence of national parks and protected animal areas.
The United States’ 60 national parks, 757 natural history museums, exceptional conservation efforts, as well as its vast variety of wildlife pushed it over the line to take the top spot.
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To see the full results and findings of the Global Wildlife Travel Index, visit the website.
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