Lofoten trip to Norway

By Leonardo Dal Prete

Beyond the Arctic polar circle Lofoten, the call of the great North has always been alive in me, especially in recent years, but now my exploratory moment has begun … The desire for adventure after the trip I took last year to Iceland exploded with all its roar, and the only solution was to leave! The mythic gate of the … Read more

Safari Botswana Okavango Delta

By WAIWL | June 7, 2019
Botswana's lions

Safari Botswana discovering the Okavango Delta. Safari Botswana Botswana is a South African country. It doesn’t touch the sea, but its geographic position makes it a jewel. It is set on a plateau and 70% of its surface is occupied by the Kalahari desert. The capital city is Gaborone. Despite the desert, there are two areas in Botswana water-filled. Okavango, which … Read more

Black Rhinoceros an unlucky wild animal

By WAIWL | June 7, 2019
Black Rhino

Black Rhinoceros Black Rhinoceros Scientific Name: Diceros bicornis English name: Black Rhinoceros Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Perissodactyla Family: Rhinocerotidae Link to Red List page: Black Rhinoceros red list Habitat: He lives usually in savanna and tropical bush Dimensions: A male stands between 150 to 185 cm high at the shoulder. And is between 3.30 to 3.7 in … Read more

Komodo Dragon and his habitat

By WAIWL | June 6, 2019
Komodo Dragon

Komodo Dragon and his habitat Komodo Dragon Scientific Name: Varanus komodoensis English name: Komodo Dragon Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Family: Varanidae Link to Red List page: Komodo Dragon IUCN Red List Habitat: We like to talk about this park because of its historical evolution. Since when is born has struck us. It seems emblematic of how environmental and … Read more

Sand Creek massacre – an American blot

Cheyenne show

Sand Creek massacre 29 November 1865 the American’s shame, in Colorado a group of 675 men in force of cavalry, attack and destroy the Cheyenne and Arapaho village, about 70 to 165 people were killed an at least two-thirds were woman and children ( source Wikipedia), this is Sand Creek Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre was something horrifying and nonsense, … Read more

Live with Nomad Mongolia

Mongolia Nomads

Live with Mongolia’s nomads live with nomads Mongolia, when we speak about Mongolia we remember  Genghis Khan. Lived between 1162 and 1227, its great merit was to unify all the territories won under one single empire. One of the greatest that the story remembers. Mongolia is predominantly composed of the steppe, south of the Gobi desert and north of the … Read more

Alaska the land of bears and ices

Alaska Landscape

Alaska the land of bears and ices Country United States Of America Region/State Alaska Official Language English 86% native and other languages 14% Area 1.717.000 km q Population 736.000 Density 0.43 ab/kmq Capital city Juneau Largest city Anchorage Climate The Alaska climate is cold, everywhere you go is cold, just near the south coast is a little bit better, but … Read more

Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race

Sled Dog Iditarod

Iditarod is the iconic sled dog race which can permit us to talk about wild Alaska and about the famous sled dogs. Sled dogs are domestic of course but are you sure of that? Really a dog who does a strong job like that and in that environment for many days can be considerate just domestic? The origin of Iditarod … Read more

Agafia. Hermit Surviving in Russian Wilderness for 70 years

Agafia

This video needs to stay in the wild adventures category, the story of Agafia is incredible, and her life is absolutely a big adventure. Credits: RT Documentary

Rwanda Volcanoes NP Gorilla – Umubano group

A Silver Back Gorilla

Last Gorilla Rwanda Volcanos Gorilla, we introduce today this great and spectacular animal. Mountain gorillas are protected from extinction risk. All the travelers have the same opinion, to visit gorillas is an incredible emotion!! We agree, who can go, remember the number of visitors is very strictly and need to book a long time in advance. Credits: Zdeno Horevaj

Sand Creek massacre – an American blot

Cheyenne show

Sand Creek massacre 29 November 1865 the American’s shame, in Colorado a group of 675 men in force of cavalry, attack and destroy the Cheyenne and Arapaho village, about 70 to 165 people were killed an at least two-thirds were woman and children ( source Wikipedia), this is Sand Creek Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre was something horrifying and nonsense, … Read more

Live with Nomad Mongolia

Mongolia Nomads

Live with Mongolia’s nomads live with nomads Mongolia, when we speak about Mongolia we remember  Genghis Khan. Lived between 1162 and 1227, its great merit was to unify all the territories won under one single empire. One of the greatest that the story remembers. Mongolia is predominantly composed of the steppe, south of the Gobi desert and north of the … Read more

Nomadic Tribes of Sahara

ULAD EL MIZNA

Nomadic Tribes of Sahara Ulad El Mizna tribe Nomadic Tribes Mauritania In one of the most inhospitable lands of the planet live the Ulad El Mizna tribe. The land is the west of the Sahara desert. This part of the Sahara desert is in the Mauritania country. Fascinating and mysterious, the children of the cloud ( is meaning Ulad El Mizna) … Read more

Wildlife

The wildlife is fundamental to the environment. The absence of the wildlife, or even just a part of wildlife, create an unbalancing. Preservation allows for the maintenance of biodiversity. Biodiversity makes it possible to have the most robust ecosystem and is a benefit to all humans.
Unfortunately, it is not simple to help people to understand how much is essential. This is because we are fully immersed in our chaotic life, and we have the sensation of the environmental questions are meaningless. It is just an illusion, yes we can save time now forgetting the environment, but we will miss later, and We'll destroy our house, the house of everyone. The consequence of this delay is catastrophic, and every day, more people understand the seriousness of the situation. Especially the new generations are more sensitive to the climate change problem.

Technology and wildlife environment

For us, as humans, it is complicated to understand wildlife importance. Our life is technology-based, technology is in any context of our life. I would not be writing this post without technological progress. Technology should serve humanity and not at the opposite make humans slave.
When we completely dislodge ourselves from nature, our body and mind begin to suffer. Everything we do by being disconnected from nature becomes a problem often turning into diseases such as stress. It is a spiraling vortex, and when you are inside, it is like a tornado.

Environment and human being

That is why protecting wildlife and his habitat, has direct relevance for humans and society. If nature is healthy, we too benefit from this state of mind. When I hear people say the opposite, I wonder how that person thinks differently. I did a lot of tests and every time you find that there are business and economic interests behind.
It seems like they misunderstand the problem.
They are hiding their business interests. Politicians are doing it for their armchairs. While in society, the people, especially those who have an excellent social position, do it for the afraid of losing their status quo.

A wild journey

This site is a wild journey into the immense wild world of wild animals. The trip we want to makes with you, hoping to give the right message. We want to provide signals that lead to a greater awareness of the importance of safeguarding.
We need to give space to dialogue between souls, wild animals rights, ecologists, and the human necessities. Instead, who supports opposing theses. Create walls, end-to-face contrasts increase the problem. Solutions come from dialogue and costly engagement. Maybe now is the right moment to sensitize people about this problem. It is not very difficult to understand, especially for the new generations, the incredible contradiction there is between to be on the way to Mars and to kill innocent animals.
We will, therefore, visit far and extreme wild lands as we like. For example, will go to Alaska with the Eskimo Hunters in the great cold. Also in the cold Siberia and even in beautiful Peru. Hence the wonderful the heart of Africa where will discover the extremely wild savannah and his wild animals.
We will cross stormy seas with great adventure pioneers. We'll go to the highest mountains, and we will know the greatest mountaineers and explorers. We'll bring you to the wildest parts of Asia. Where wildlife is a part of the lifestyle throughout the continent.
We will try to get acquainted with wild animals such as lions, tigers, or bears. But also with large marine mammals such as whales, orcas, and sharks.

The Wild Blog

The blog section is dedicated to the actuality, events, significant moments of our social life, which impact the environment. But events reportage of some adventures around the world. The experiences usually have two characteristics that we love. The first is the environment that often is extreme and second, when is a successful open the way to new horizons.

Wildlife and tourism

We also have a part of the site called Travel Destinations where we'll give space to ideas of tourism in wild destinations. We will propose ideas for travel and wild experiences. Wild Animals In Wild Lands is a travel idea. And every year it is more important in the travel market. Many countries have discovered that it is better to ban hunting and promote wildlife tourism. The reason is simple, hunters spent money but are a restrict group of people. Tourists are much more than hunters, and they move more money. Another effect is the country reputation, it is easy to understand the power of thousands of people enthusiastic by a place. We hope that more and more people will get to live adventures in harmony with nature.

Sometimes we'll talk about the organizations involved in the preservation. Like Panthera or WWF or Greenpeace or Sea Shepherd and Amnesty International.
In conclusion, we recommend if you can to help this o even other organizations you like. This is the first shade of activism.

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The Waiwl Team