One of our favorite things when traveling the world is experiencing the wildlife of the countries that we visit. There are some incredible places to view wildlife in their natural habitat and in sanctuaries. Unfortunately it is becoming more and more difficult to see wildlife in the actual wild, but there are some great places that have set up protected reserves for animals to live fee from the encroachment of urban development in their natural habitat.
When we visited Peru, I really had my heart set on Isla Ballestas. I had read that it was a smaller version of the Galapagos. Some people even call it the Poor Man’s Galapagos. I have always wanted to visit the Galapagos Islands but for now, Isla Ballestas was the closest I was going to get.
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