The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to two third of the world’s one-horned rhinoceros.
Short drives from Wellington, Dunedin and Christchurch lead visitors to rare penguins, sea lions play-fighting on beaches, and fur seals having a lovers’ tiff.
Elusive sightings draw visitors to the swampy reserve at Dibru-Saikhowa National Park.
When a photographer dives into oceans, the deepest secrets of elusive marine life come drifting.
Rare birds and red deer thrive in three parks in and around one of the world's busiest capitals.
At this National Geographic Unique Lodge in Sabi Sabi Reserve, experience the action of the wild in your backyard.
Dive into the Indian heartland, home to a rich variety of food, heritage and wildlife.
The winning shots of the three categories—places, wildlife, people—of this year’s Nat Geo Photo Contest.
A walk in the woods of Northeast India opens up a world of loudmouth birds with short tails.
A short drive from Srinagar, dizzyingly tall pine trees, blood-red wild berries and the grizzly Himalayan Black Bear abound this jungle.