1. Iguazu National Park
Iguazú National Park covers an area of subtropical rainforest in Argentina’s Misiones province, on the border with Brazil. Within the park on the Iguazú River, the renowned Iguazú Falls encompasses many separate cascades, including the iconic Garganta del Diablo or “Devil’s Throat.”
The surrounding park features diverse wildlife including coatis, jaguars and toucans, plus trails and viewing platforms.
2. Haleakalā National Park
Haleakalā National Park is an American national park located on the island of Maui in the state of Hawaii.
Towering over the island of Maui and visible from just about any point, Haleakala Crater is a force of nature in every sense. At 10,023 feet above sea level, this dormant volcano is the stage for a breathtaking range of landscapes—and skyscapes.
Haleakala means “house of the sun” in Hawaiian, and legend goes that the demigod Maui lassoed the sun from its journey across the sky as he stood on the volcano’s summit, slowing its descent to make the day last longer.
– USA (Utah)
3. Zion National Park
Zion National Park is a southwest Utah nature preserve distinguished by Zion Canyon’s steep red cliffs. Zion Canyon Scenic Drive cuts through its main section, leading to forest trails along the Virgin River.
The river flows to the Emerald Pools, which have waterfalls and a hanging garden. Also along the river, partly through deep chasms, is Zion Narrows wading hike.
– Chile (Patagonia)
4. Torres Del Paine
Torres del Paine National Park, in Chile’s Patagonia region, is known for its soaring mountains, bright blue icebergs that cleave from glaciers and golden pampas (grasslands) that shelter rare wildlife such as llama-like guanacos.
Some of its most iconic sites are the 3 granite towers from which the park takes its name and the horn-shaped peaks called Cuernos del Paine.
5. Doi Inthanon National Park
Doi Inthanon is one of the most popular national parks in Thailand, famous for it’s number of waterfalls, few trails, remote villages, picturesque montane farms, viewpoints, watching runrise/sunset, birdwatching and the all year round cool weather.
Also known as “The Roof of Thailand”, Doi Inthanon National Park covers an area of 482 km² in Chiang Mai province north of Thailand. The park is part of the Himalayan mountain range, elevation ranges between 800 and 2,565 meters with the highest peak at Doi Inthanon which is the highest mountain in Thailand.
6. Plitviče Lakes National Park
Plitviče Lakes National Park is a 295-sq.-km forest reserve in central Croatia. It’s known for a chain of 16 terraced lakes, joined by waterfalls, that extend into a limestone canyon.
Walkways and hiking trails wind around and across the water, and an electric boat links the 12 upper and 4 lower lakes. The latter are the site of Veliki Slap, a 78m-high waterfall.
Gullin And Lijiang River National Park
The Gullin And Lijiang River National Park is located in the northeast of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in southern China, the Guilin and Lijiang National Park is one of the most famous scenic places in the nation of China.
Easily accessible from the cities of Guilin or Yangshuo by foot, vehicle, or by joining a river cruise, the 52 miles (83 kilometers) stretching between the two cities is the most visited part of the area around the rivers’ paths.