Well what sort of wildlife are you looking to see? If you want to see whales and polar bears and that sort of thing, you want to travel to alaska (well you're in canada, so i dunno if canada has that too). South America is great for wildlife too. The Amazon forest of course, the Pantanal in west Brazil, the Galapsgos Islands, and Peninsula Valdes in Argentina. Africa of course is set up for tours in wildlife. The Serengeti is supposed to be amazing (Tanzania). Masai Mara is nice, i've been to several of the resorts there. There's gorillas in uganda, although they're having elections early next year so you want to stay away for those. There's also some nice parks in South Africa. The best place for animals in Africa is the Serengeti. Travel in Tanzania is a pain in the butt, they're a little behind, but it is worth it if you really want to see the animals. Especially if you dont mind hiking and walking. You want to time it so you're going during the migration, you'll see the most animals.
any of the rain forests would be awesome to go to, the Galapsgos Islands would be my first vacation spot its amazing! it has a lot of rare and interesting animals but ya as Ty said it really depends on what animals you want to see.. but i would highly suggest the Galapsgos Islands.
I love to see the under water wildlife, and I thought the best place for this so far was Utila off the coast of Honduras.
Sanibel Island, Fl has a great wildlife sanctuary :) Like Chris said, though, Africa would probably be the best place.
This depends on what you want to see, Panama has some great nature tracks. My dad said Africa was great.
africa obviously, theres still nomads chasing leopards around.
Africa is a great place to see the wildlife.