Protect animals on holiday: ending wild animal abuse for entertainment

Every day, animals suffer in the name of entertainment

Hundreds of thousands of wild animals across the world are taken away from natural habitats, forced into captivity and subjected to abuse, both mentally and physically, in the name of entertainment and profit.

Sadly, many tourists who love animals may actually contribute to animal suffering because they are unaware of this hidden cruelty.

Wild animal entertainment is animal abuse - help us stop cruel animal attractions once and for all

Protecting animals on holiday: an animal friendly travel guide

We're calling for animal-friendly tourists and tour operators worldwide to work with us, reduce demand, keep wild animals wild and stop cruel animal attractions once and for all.

That's why we've put together a guide to animal-friendly travel, to help you make informed decisions about animal experiences on your holiday.

Read our animal friendly travel guide now.

Top image: Wild Asian elephants in a national park in Sri Lanka (iStock. by Getty Images)

Shannon Plummer

Before they book: letting tourists know the truth

We know that animal-loving people would never take part if they knew the extent of suffering behind wild animal entertainment.

That's why we have launched an exciting new campaign: Before they book.

We are targeting tourists who are searching for animal experiences online, to let them know the truth about animal suffering before they book.

Learn more about the Before they book campaign.

Tourists ride an elephant in a forest in Asia (