Best National Parks In The World
For any city, the National Park always improves the aesthetic quotient! National parks make a favorite place of hangout for locals as well as for visitors irrespective of the age group. Being naturally pleasant & soothing, it is very difficult to rate the national parks depending upon their beauty. However, we have taken some efforts to list down the Best National Park In The World that offer not only the visible treat, but also various facilities to the visitors making everyone’s stay worth remembering!
- Kruger National Park, South Africa
When it comes to forests & parks, Africa always prevails flaunting proudly their rich & famous variety of wildlife & trees. The fantastic ‘Kruger National Park’ is reckoned as one of the largest national parks on the planet that envelope thousands of acres of land. It offers the display of Africa’s finest wilderness as you may get to see Africa’s most famous animals roaming freely in their most natural inhabitant with the absence of human interference. The park houses 21 rest camps, 15 private safari lodges & 2 private lodges. Kruger national park is the best loved place for wildlife photographers & adventures seekers!
- Iguazu national Park, Brazil-Argentina
Iguazu National Park is spread over Brazil & Argentina’s subtropical rainforest. ‘Iguazu waterfall,’ which is made up of hundreds of smaller waterfalls gushing down the arch-shaped cliff is the most premium attraction of this place. This subtropical forest possesses some magnificent & endangered species of animals such as howler monkeys, jaguars, caimans & anacondas. This Iguazu jungle is considered as the one of the thickest foliage of the subtropical region with some of its part is still very difficult for human access.
- Grand Canyon, USA
Grand Canyon national park is the proud possessor of the nature’s wonder- the ‘Grand Canyon’ carved by the ‘Colorado River’ over a period of thousands of year. The canyon is 277 miles long, up to 18 miles wide & attains the maximum depth up to 6000 feet, stretching over 1,200,000 acres. The park is rich in species of vascular plants, lichens & fungi. The Grand Canyon is far more famous for adventure sports like hiking, trekking, rafting & helicopter tours.
- Kakadu National Park, Australia
Australia has one of the richest wildlife heritages which are preserved by the government with utmost care. The ‘Kakadu National Park’ is managed by the Australian government & native aboriginals & has also been regarded as ‘World Heritage Site.’ This park houses more than 1800 plant species & wide range of animal species including the very famous ‘saltwater crocodile’ which makes it one of the most visited national parks in the world.
- Sagarmatha National park, Nepal:
Sagarmatha National Park is a unique & exceptional park in the world as it is based on high altitudes of Himalayan mountain range. The presence of the mighty ‘Mount Everest’ makes it among the busiest national park in the world as trekkers & hikers flocks this place every year with the dream of scaling the Everest or its neighboring siblings. Apart from sky tapering snow-draped peaks, adorable Sherpa villages & monasteries multiplies the beauty of this heavenly place & softens the rough & husky tone of this national park.
- Deosai National Park, Pakistan
Established for saving the endangered ‘Himalayan Brown Bear’, the Deosai national Park is Pakistan’s best attempt so far for protecting & nurturing the great variety of exquisite nature that the Pakistan is blessed with! Deosai National Park is famous for the vibrant flowers that bloom in spring season painting down the park’s Himalayan plateaus with glorious colors & ecstatic aroma. This valley of flowers also manages to attract many birds, animals & incredibly colorful butterflies which pump the life in the parks sleeping beauty!
- Madain Saley National Park, Saudi Arabia
This national park erases the classic image of the lush green national parks. This national park, on the other hand, is completely covered with dry deserts & humongous rocks. With dead dryness, presence of wildlife is the next to impossible; however, the ruins of more than 125 ancient tombs & rock carved facades located near a spectacular oasis takes you back in the era between 500 BC to 100 AD. It’s worth spending a day here if you plan to visit Saudi Arabia.
- Hortobagy National Park, Hungary
Hortbogy National Park is a well known place for bird watching as it provides permanent shelter for more than 350 species of birds & various other migratory birds. Established in 1973, Horthobagy is the first national park in Hungary & has received the ‘World Heritage’ status in 1999.
- Plitvice National Park, Croatia
‘Plitvice National Park’ is situated right in the heart of Croatia. Unlike other national parks, this place is famous for its unique & incredible treasure of a wide number of lakes & streams containing the clear most water in the world. The ‘Travertine’ present in the water gives it astonishingly bright blue-green shade that gives it clarity rarely found in the nature. Apart from nature’s this magnificent wonder, the park is also loved by the hikers as its surrounding terrain is full of gigantic mountains & valleys.
- Snowdonia National Park, Walse
Snowdonia National Park is situated amidst Snowdon Mountain of the Wales region of Great Britain. Established in 1951, the park has occupied 2140 sq. Km of area & houses many lakes & rivers that makes this park looks stunning & serene in any season. The park is full of mixed deciduous type forests made up of the Welsh Oak, ash, hazel & birch trees that add up aesthetic quotient of the park. It is estimated that, the park is visited by over 6 million people every year that include noticeable number of hikers.