Jungles And Rainforests

Jungles and rainforests

Step onto the mossy forest floor, beneath a canopy where toucans strut and monkeys chitter, and experience a new adventure in one of the most biodiverse ecosystems on the planet. Tropical rainforests may only cover a tiny fraction of Earth’s surface, but they are home to around half of all the world’s plant and animal species. See a few of them for yourself as you trek through some of the great jungles: Kinabalu National Park in Malaysian Borneo, Thailand’s Khao Sok, the Kanha Reserve in India where writer Rudyard Kipling set his “Jungle Book”, and of course the great Brazilian Amazon, the largest rainforest left on Earth.