The most beautiful national parks in the world

National parks are one of the top adventures.

Yellow stone:
Yellowstone National Park is 3500 square miles, a desert area of ​​hot volcanic hotspot. The park is distributed in parts of Montana. It boasts dramatic canyons, alpine rivers, hot springs and sparkling geysers, including its most famous. It is also home to hundreds of animal species, wolves, bison, elk and antelopes.

Grand Canyon:
The Grand Canyon National Park is home to much of the vast Grand Canyon, with its layered red rock strips revealing millions of years of environmental history. Views include Mather Point, Yavapai Observation Station and Lookout Studio.

Yosemite:
Yosemite National Park is at the foot of California in Sierra Nevada. It is famous for its giant, ancient sequoias, and its view of the tunnel, the iconic view of the Bridalveil high depression and the granite rocks of El Capitan and Half Dome. In Yosemite Village there are shops, restaurants, lodging, Yosemite Museum and Ansel Adams Gallery.

Kruger:
Kruger National Park in South Africa is one of Africa's largest assets. Its high thickness of wildlife includes the Big 5: lions, rhinos, elephants and buffaloes. Other mammals make their home here, as do various bird species such as vultures, eagles and storks. Mountains and tropical forests are part of the countryside.

Torres del Paine:
Torres del Pine National Park in the Patagonia area of ​​Chile is famous for its rising mountains, bright blue icebergs cut by glaciers and golden pampas (grasslands) that house rare wildlife such as llama-like guanaco. One of its largest emblematic sites is the 3 granite towers from which the park bears its name and peaks called Cuernos del Paine.

Serengeti:
Serengeti National Park is famous for its huge annual wildebeest and zebra migration. In search of a new meadow, the mafiots move north from their backgrounds in the grassy southern plains. Many pass through the marshy western corridor of the Grumeti River. Others turn northeast toward the Lobo Hills, home to the Black Eagles. Black rhinos live on the granite outcrops of Moru Kopies.

Fjordland:
Fiordland National Park is in the southwest of South Zealand. It is known for its precarious sounds carved out of the glacier. The Milford Beach Sand Trail offers views of the towering Miter Peak. Attached, the colorful Earl Mountains are reflected in the smooth surface of the mirror lakes. On the Cleddau River, the passage of the precipice passes over bridges overlooking powerful waterfalls.

Zion:
Zion National Park is a nature reserve from Southeastern Utah, famous for the steep red cliffs of Zion. Zion Canyon Scenic Drive scrawled through its main stretch leading to forest trails along the Virgo River. The river flows to the Emerald Pools, which have waterfalls and a submerged garden. Along the river, partly through deep gulfs, a hike with Nareuse is made.

The Lakes National Park is 295 square kilometers and is a forest reserve in central Croatia. It is recognized for a chain of 16 terraced lakes, combined by waterfalls that extend into the limestone canyon. Footpaths and footpaths splash around and through the water, and an electric boat connects the 12 upper and 4 small lakes. The later is the site of the Great Slap, a 78-meter high waterfall.

Glacier:
The 1583-square-kilometer-long Glacier National Park is wildlife in the Rocky Mountains of Montana, with peaks and valleys carved from a glacier reaching the Canadian border. He goes through the mountain. Among an additional 700 miles of climbing trails, it has a route to the attractive Hidden Lake. It has backpacking, cycling and camping activities. A variety of wildlife ranges from mountain goats to grizzly bears.