Wild dolphins in New Zealand

Thank you for being an animal-friendly traveller

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If your family and friends also love to see animals on holiday, please share this checklist with them. Travellers have the power to help stop cruel wildlife activities by making animal-friendly choices, and reporting cruelty when they see it.

Tragically, wild animals around the world suffer neglect and abuse in captivity, including the cruel wildlife entertainment industry. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, World Animal Protection is working to end their needless suffering. We work with the travel industry, tourists and entertainment venues to transition the industry to be animal friendly.


The more people who join us, the more we can achieve. 

We know that change is possible, because we’ve made it happen time and again. By sharing campaigns, signing petitions and ramping up the pressure on decision makers, we can move the world for animals. 

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Captive lion in South Africa

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