Here you’ll find City Guides with a WILD twist. These guides aim to showcase all the best outdoor and wildlife experiences each city has to offer. Whether its national parks, beaches, or natural history museums, cities are often the best gateways to get out and explore incredible wilderness areas or simply learn about our amazing earth.
So drop your shopping bags and cancel that restaurant reservation because you may find yourself wanting to experience a city’s wilder side!
Lafayette and nearby Boulder, Colorado take great pride in their offering of numerous parks and green spaces. For those looking for an alternative to the Mile High City, Lafayette offers family-friendly parks and wildlife experiences and is also a perfect base for exploring the mountains and canyon trails around Boulder.read more
Whether you’re in the mood for an all day hike or simply a short afternoon stroll, you can be assured London has many options for you to get outside for some fresh air. Here are some of the top spots which locals love to lace up their walking shoes for.read more
People often say London is gloomy, but you can easily brighten any day by paying a visit to one of its lovely green Royal Parks.read more
Denver offers one of America’s best park systems, with well over 200 parks to choose from. From relaxing city parks to the great Rocky Mountains, the Mile High City offers a wealth of outdoor recreation, which is continually changing with the seasons.read more
Despite having one of the largest population densities of North American Cities, Vancouver offers incredible outdoor adventure and natural attractions.read more
Africa is known for its richness of wildlife and although Cape Town may not be home to the main attractions found in places like the Serengeti such as lions and elephants, it does offer an abundance of animals, many of which cannot be found around the rest of Africa.read more
The only island city-country in the world, Singapore has figured out how to make a large sprawling city seem somewhat wild and natural. Whoever is behind the urban planning of this city deserves the utmost recognition.read more
When you think of Panama City, Panama your mind goes straight to the canal, Bridge of the Americas, Casco Viejo, and of course getting yourself a Panama hat. Beyond the city and even within the city however lies the Panama’s real treasure, its natural areas.
Literally built in the rainforest, one doesn’t need to venture far to feel as though you are in the Amazon. One trip to Panama wasn’t enough for us as we returned to experience its wealth of wildlife and nature a second time.
These are some sure bet destinations around Panama City where you are nearly guaranteed to get in touch with your wild side.read more
Seattle is an incredible city for exploring the great outdoors. Within the city one has beautiful parks and gardens as well as a multitude of National Parks and wilderness areas within a few hours drive.read more
San Francisco is known for its iconic fire engine red Golden Gate Bridge and cable cars but beneath the ever present fog you can find some of the state’s best wildlife locations.read more