Banff National Park is the first national park in Canada and the third in the world. It is surrounded by rugged mountain peaks, turquoise colored lakes and spectacular glaciers.
The Galapagos National Park is the oldest national park in Ecuador. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for iconic wildlife such as the Galapagos land iguana
Of the four national parks in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, Jasper National Park is both the largest and the farthest north. The park is well known for its hiking trails.
this is truly an incredible destination filled with icy blue glaciers, dazzling turquoise lakes and mountains. The park is also home to guanacos, foxes and pumas.
Manuel Antonio National Park Even though a small park, it is still popular for its lush greenery, gorgeous white sand beaches and astonishing diversity of wildlife.
"The Serengeti National Park, in northern Tanzania, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The protected area covers approximately 30,000 km of land.
Kruger National Park is home to 147 mammal species, including cheetahs, hippos, zebras, giraffes, warthogs, baboons, and several antelope species. The Big Five are in.
National Park is one of the oldest conservation areas in the Alps. The park boasts over 700 different types of butterflies, chamois, ibex, red deer and golden eagles.
Fundy National Park, located in New Brunswick, Canada, is home to the Bay of Fundy, and has the highest tides on Earth.
Komodo National Park in Indonesia consists of three major Indonesian islands: Komodo, Rinka, and Padar, as well as some other smaller volcanic lands in the area.