National parks are protected and preserved for their incredible landscapes and unique flora and fauna, making them some of the most enticing destinations in the world. If you’re looking for an experience you won’t forget anytime soon, be sure to visit these 10 most beautiful national parks in the world.
The Banff National Park is the oldest national park in Canada and is famous for its beautiful lakes with teal-blue waters that are akin to those found in the Caribbean.
Go hiking in summer, skiing in winter, and be sure to take a long soak in the soothing hot springs.
Doi Inthanon is the highest mountain in Thailand and boasts incredible views of valley below.
Take a tour of the ancient temples located within the national park and hike to its many waterfalls. If you have a more adventurous spirit, canyoning and white water rafting are also available.
Composed of sand dunes and long-dry lakes, the Mungo National Park resembles an alien planet more than earth.
Its most famous landmark is the Walls of China – a collection of sand dune towers best seen by foot with an Aboriginal guide.
The Jim Corbett National Park is a wildlife sanctuary for tigers and endangered Asiactic elephants and is best explored by a Jeep tour.
While tiger sightings are far from guaranteed, you will likely see deer, crocodiles, and otters.
Best explored by cruise boat or kayak, the Milfound Sound located in the Fiorland National Park boasts incredible waterfalls and wildlife.
You’ll have access to sports betting NZ and be sure to visit the Te Anau Glowworm Caves and the Chasm where water appears to be chiselled around ancient rock.
If a landscape of glaciers, shimmering lakes and fjords, and serrated mountain peaks sounds like a bucket list destination, then the Torres del Paine is perfect for you.
Best explored on foot, the Cicuito W will offer you the best of the landscape.
Looking at breathtaking waterfalls is one thing, but being allowed to swim in their waters adds so much to the experience and this is precisely what you can do at the Krka National Park.
Follow the wooden walkway around the park and enjoy historic sites such as Serbian Orthodox monastery.
There is something magical about the Yosemite National Park. Enjoy 12 miles of paved bicycle trails, dozens of hiking trails, the historic AAA Four-Diamond Hotel nestled deep in the park, and explore the landscape on horseback.
Between June and July is the time to visit the Serengeti National Park if only to witness the Great Migration, when immense herds of wildebeest and zebra cross the Grumenti River to reach to the Masai Mara in Kenya.
The Corcovado National Park is one of the most biodiverse regions in the world and is also one of its most protected – visitors are to be accompanied by a certified guide at all times.
Covering 13 ecosystems with everything from mangrove swamps to cloud forests – be sure to look out for scarlet macaws, jaguars, and monkeys – visitors can snorkel, hike and take boat tours.