Pandas can be found in several places. They are originally from the southern and eastern regions of China and can be found in northern Myanmar, southeast Asia and northern Vietnam. Unfortunately, these crowned gentle giants are endangered, and they are no longer thriving in the wild, and had it not been for organizations such as the World Wildlife Organization, pandas probably would be extinct. Thankfully, this is not the case, plus pandas are being well taken care of, and they are thriving elsewhere.
Currently, there are a tremendous load of man-made parks and zoos that have a variety of pandas, from Giant Pandas to Red Pandas and Qinling Pandas, and considering that these man-made parks and zoos are scattered from one end of the world to the other, it will not be too hard of a task to find one. In fact, one of them might even be in your local area. However, when it comes to finding pandas outside of wildlife parks, it is going to be a lot harder, unless, of course, you go to one of the few locations where pandas reside comfortably and abundantly.In China, the best places where you can find pandas are the Gansu province, the Shaanxi province and the Sichuan province, and although pandas are not loaded in these three hotspots, they do, however, live in small patches, which are large enough to make a visit worthwhile and memorable. Assuredly, visiting any one of these provinces is a for sure way to observe and ponder upon pandas.
If desiring to catch a glimpse of as many members of the panda’s family as you possibly can, you may not want to remain in just one location, hoping to spot the different members. The reason is that all panda types do not reside in the same area, especially Red Pandas, which are declared to be a different type altogether; it is the sole member of the Ailurus family. The places where you can find Red Pandas are the larger-than-life forests in the Himalayas, Nepal, China, Bhutan, Myanmar and India.
Pandas may be endangered, but thanks to the caring organizations and ambitious people who made saving pandas a priority, there is no doubt that pandas are not going to become extinct any time soon. In fact, the panda family is, slowly, but surely, increasing in numbers, so meeting your goal of spotting a lot of pandas can easily be done, without question.