THE GLOBE’S BEST NATURAL PARKS TO RECONNECT WITH NATURE
Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya
There is so much to explore in the great outdoors all over Africa, but Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya should be at the top of your list. It is located on the floor of the Great Rift Valley and it is a home to lions, leopards, hippos, flamingos and other wild animals.
Kakadu National Park in Australia
Kakadu National Park is full of history, as it has been the home of Aboriginal people for 65,000 years and it is the oldest living culture on earth. In this gigantic park, approximately 20,000 square kilometers, you will find ancient landscapes with thundering waterfalls, lush rainforests, wandering wetlands, exotic wildlife, and ancient rock art.
Doi Inthanon National Park in Thailand
Doi Inthanon National Park is known as «The Roof of Thailand» and it is famous for its gorgeous views of waterfalls, caves, and mountains. There you will meet more than 360 species of birds.
Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia
You may spot animals like penguins and whales here, but the landscape is the true star of the show. Located in Chilean Patagonia, Torres del Paine National Park encompasses more than 448,000 acres of stunning geographical features, such as Grey Glacier and the famous Cuernos del Paine.
Yosemite in USA
Stretching nearly 12.8 km from east to west and with granite walls twice times higher than the Empire State Building, Yosemite Valley is one of the world’s natural wonders. Scenic landscapes, such as the famous Tunnel View and renowned landmarks like Half Dome are just a few of its greatest attractions.
Isla Bastimentos National Marine Park in Panama
The Bastimentos Island National Park is Panama’s first marine. If you are not afraid to get in the water, the Cayos Zapatillas are known for snorkeling and diving
No natural landmark in New York City is as iconic as its beloved 843-acre Central park. Set in the middle of bustling Manhattan, its grounds serve as a haven, not only for athletes, daydreamers and musicians, but also for numerous migratory birds each year.
Serengeti National Park in Tanzania
The Serengeti is one of the most famous parks in Africa. Every year, over 2 million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle migrate from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya. If you’re there at the right time, you can spot herds of wildebeest and zebra stretching to the horizon.
Fiordland National Park in New Zealand
Fiordland is a slice of nature at its best. This remote corner of New Zealand’s South Island is the country’s finest national park and covers 1.2 million hectares of wilderness, with mountains, vast swaths of untouched rainforest, and towering coastal fiords that were carved out by receding glaciers.
Jasper National Park in Canada
The largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, Jasper is wild in every sense of the word. Its landscape covers an expansive region of rugged backcountry trails and mountainous terrain juxtaposed against fragile protected ecosystems as well as the world-renowned Columbia Icefield.