Bucket List Worthy
Some of the world’s most natural beauties can be found at National Parks around the world. Sometimes easy to get to, sometimes a little more remote, either way the breath taking views are worth it. Getting away from the city, tourist attractions and hustle of every day life can help relax and enjoy a simple pleasure. Whether you are local or traveling these stunning National Parks are sure to leave you breathless.
Canada’s first national park and the world’s third filled with valleys, mountains, glaciers, forests and rivers. Banff National Park is one of the world’s premier destination spots.
One of Japan’s most popular National Parks is home of a dormant 12,000 foot volcano. Famous for hot springs, natural beauty the park is located less than 100 kilometers from Tokyo.
The Hoggar Mountains also known as Ahaggar a highland region in the central Sahara. Mainly a rocky desert about 900 meters above sea level
Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest terrestrial national park. The park is home to more than a quarter of its freshwater and a range of rare plants and animals.
Mercantour is one of ten national parks in France and sees 800,000 visitors every year.
Mount Olympus is located on the border or Macedonia and Thessaly. The park is the highest Greek Mountain and home of the twleve ancient greek gods.
A unique feature of Phang Nga Bay are the sheer limestone karsts that stand vertically out of the emerald green water.
Pirin National Park is located in southwest Bulgeria. The park includes seven municipalities with one of the oldest reserves in Bulgaria.
This magnificently beautiful contains lakes, caves and waterfalls and located about ten kilometers east of Bihac.
The park spreads across four cities and countries. The mountain was named Serak meaning “snow” and “AK” meaning big mountain because the snow would not melt.
Tanzania’s oldest and most popular national park offers one of the most mind blowing views in Africa.
When visiting the Swiss National Park, you cannot leave the road, make a fire, disturb plants or take anything from the park.
This park is located between Cordillera de Los Andes and Patagonian Steppe. Enjoy 17 hours of sunlight in the summer while hiking through forests and near gorgeous waterfalls and lakes.
Mount Teide is home of the third world’s largest volcano and it’s still active. Visiting the mountain can only be done by foot or cable car.
Most famous for gorgeous mountain peaks like the Half Dome and El Capitan.
One of the world’s most photographed national parks, the Grand Canyon one-mile deep and ten miles across, carved into the Colorado River. Millions of people visit the Grand Canyon each year.
The park is located in Misiones province, in the north eastern tip of Argentina. The park, jointly with its sister park Iguaçu in Brazil, is among the world’s visually and acoustically most stunning natural sites for its massive waterfalls.