5 Of The World’s Most Gorgeous National Parks

World’s Most Gorgeous National Parks

Every national park is wild, broad, and lovely. Your ecosystem is safeguarded here, and you enchant with your picturesque attractions. 

Crystal-clear lakes, rushing rivers, and dense woods stand firm against limitless meadows or various marshes. The natural assets are used as different leisure locations by energetic persons and those seeking peace and quiet.

La Palma: Caldera de Taburiente

La Palma’s main natural feature is the Caldera de Taburiente National Park. The region was named a Spanish national park in 1954 due to its geological and ecological variety. Among the several mountains is the Roque de Los Muchachos (2,426m), from whence climbers may enjoy a beautiful perspective of the caldera. Possible activities include stargazing expeditions, trekking treks into the crater interior, and soaking beneath a 1,000-color waterfall.

One thing is certain: hiking shoes are required to discover the wonders of the Caldera de Taburiente. Numerous trips are offered based on your needs and time.

Seychelles: Vallee de Mai

On the island of Praslin, not far from the Acajou Beach Resort, lies the UNESCO World Heritage Site Vallée de Mai. The thick palm forest is one of the world’s smallest national parks, yet its lush flora has earned it the nickname “Garden of Eden.”

The Vallée de Mai is home to indigenous animals and plants, including the uncommon black parrot and the coco de Mer palm. This last factor helped to conserve the rainforest area since 1983. The Glacis Noire Trail, a two-hour round trail with no barriers, leads tourists through the 18-hectare region.

Tokyo: Ogasawara

Tokyo’s more than 300 Pacific Ocean islands are still a secret for visitors to Japan. Aside from the over 100 Izu Islands, situated roughly 1,000km south of Tokyo, the Ogasawara Islands have unique natural features. Aside from the emerald green ocean and excellent sandy beaches, the archipelago’s national park fascinates with its distinct flora and animals.

Because the archipelago was never a continent, it has many indigenous plants and animals, earning it the nickname “Galapagos of the East”. The volcanic islands’ underwater ecosystem with humpback whales, dolphins, green sea turtles, coral reefs, and tropical fish species is very diversified.

Skåne/Sweden: Stenshuvud

Forests, beaches, and spectacular vantage points: The park covers 400 hectares, including 80 hectares of sea. The same-named mountain has three summits, the tallest being 97m.

The varied terrain includes sandy heathlands, swamps, and lengthy beaches. Hiking routes of various lengths lead to the park’s natural wonders. The Skaneleden stretch SL4 connects Kivik in the north to Simrishamn in the south.

Hawaii: Haleakala

“House of Sun”, as it is known in Hawaiian, is one of the world’s quietest locations owing to its position. The inactive shield volcano is Maui’s highest point at almost 3,000m.

A journey to Haleakala is especially popular around daybreak, when the first rays of the light strike the sacred mountain and touch the faces of guests. The House of the Sun is a spectacular site to hike, photograph, and camp at any time of year. The Plantation Inn Bed & Breakfast in Lahaina is more comfortable. The Visitor Center is around 75 minutes away by automobile over multiple hairpin curves.

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Fun Fact

What is the least visited national park?

The least visited of the 63 national parks, Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preserve, contains no roads or trails and visitors must fly or hike into the park, according to the National Park Service.

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