Six of the World’s Most Beautiful National Parks ~ For Flora, Fauna & Photography

Our planet is truly amazing in so many ways. Thankfully, the governments that set aside these territories of untouched wilderness do a great job at creating the ideal atmosphere for plants and animals to live and grow freely.

Here are six such stunning national parks around the world.

Kaziranga National Park, India

Kaziranga_National_Park India

By Diganta Talukdar

The world-renowned Kaziranga National Park in Assam in India has been given the tag of a world heritage site for good reason. Home to almost sixty percent of the world’s remaining one-horned rhinoceros, Kaziranga has plenty to offer wildlife enthusiasts. Boasting a healthy population of tigers, the National Park is also an official Tiger Reserve.

Even though tiger sightings are rare, due to the tall grass that offers them exceptional camouflage, their presence is well established in the park and can be witnessed via claw marks, prey kills and territorial marks.

Tourists regularly spot wild water buffalos and hordes of quagmire deer.

Get advice from a knowledgeable travel agent and they can help you plan your trip to India, as well as advise on the best time to go, and the best places to visit etc.

Yosemite National Park, California

yosemite-national-park-california

By Adam Kool.

Not many national parks in the world are as breathtaking as Yosemite National Park in California. Yosemite’s Tunnel Overlook is truly a remarkable place to drive up to during springtime. There is an abundance of colourful wildflowers in bloom – flowers that are excellently complimented with beautiful insects and hummingbirds of many kinds.

The scenic waterfalls lay close to the clear and crystalline lakes. The pine forests of Yosemite National Park too are a sight to behold. It’s one of the most peaceful places on earth. Here are some other stunning national parks in California, if you have time you could do a road trip to see them all!

Alejandro de Humboldt National Park, Cuba

Parque_Nacional_Alejandro_de_Humboldt, Cuba

By Martin Cígler.

The massive Alejandro de Humboldt National Park in Cuba offers a diverse range of geology, resulting in great biodiversity. In fact, the park offers one of the most diverse groups of animals and plants in the world. This tropical island is a shining beacon of the Caribbean region.

Right from endemic plant species to countless species of lizards, parrots and hummingbirds, the park is a dream destination for botanists and wildlife explorers. The park is also home to the highly endangered Cuban Solenodon – a noxious, long-nosed shrew once believed to be extinct.

Whilst you’re in Cuba, be sure to spend some time exploring the fascinating old towns and immerse yourself in the local culture. Specialist tour operators such as Cuba Holidays can help you plan your travel around Cuba and ensure you have the best possible time.

Banff National Park, Canada

Moraine_Lake_Banff Nationa Park, Canada

By Gorgo.

It only takes one hike up Alberta’s beautiful Banff National Park in Canada to realize why this is a must visit for anyone who loves the mountains. Be it the pristine and clear mountain lakes or the heavy populations of moose and bears, the park offers the best of North American wilderness.

Pantanal Matogrossense National Park, Brazil

Pantanal Matogrossense National Park, Brazil

By Miquitos.

The huge Pantanal Matogrossense National Park is often called the crown jewel of the tropical wetlands offering a rich ecosystem that signifies the wonders of Amazon. Brazil’s best of wildlife, be it mammals, birds or rare species of reptiles, are on display. It is an excellent place to go if you’re interested in nature and wildlife photography.

Komodo National Park, Indonesia

Komodo_dragon_at_Komodo_National_Park, Indonesia.

By Adhi Rachdian.

Mostly known for being the home of the Komodo Dragon, Indonesia’s Komodo National Park however has much to offer apart from the huge reptiles. The park is one of the best places in the world to go scuba diving and cloud forest exploring.


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