1. Snowdonia National Park, Wales, Great Britain
Snowdonia National Park is located in Wales, United Kingdom has an area of about 2.170 km2. This national park teretak at an altitude of 1.085 m on Mount Snowdon. Need dikeahui, Snowdon is the highest mountain in the UK. The park has beautiful views, and gives the impression of "peace" to the visitors.
2. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
The name of the Grand Canyon seem familiar in the ears of the newbie. yup, the Grand Canyon is a steep ravine-cliffs, carved by the Colorado River, in northern Arizona. This gap is one of the Seven Wonders of the World and mostly located in Grand Canyon National Park; one of the first national parks in the United States. The chasm that forms along the 446 km and has a width of 6-29 km with a depth of 1,600 m. Grand Canyon was first seen by Europeans in 1540, García López de Cárdenas from Spain.
3. Kruger National Park, South Africa
Kruger National Park is the largest in Africa. This national park comprises an area of 18,989 km2. Here the visitors get a chance to see African Mammals and Birds typical in large numbers. This national park is also famous for its video "Battle at Kruger", a duration of 8 minutes amateur video depicting a battle between a herd of Buffalo a few lions and crocodiles.
4. Deosai National Park
Deosai National Park is located in Skardu, Pakistan. National Park is located in the valley Deosai (4.114 asl), which are among the world's highest plateau. Deosai famous for its spring when it is covered by a carpet of millions of flowers and various kinds of butterflies.
5. Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
One is a World Heritage Site, this national park is managed jointly by the Aborigines and the Australian Government. Kakandu has beautiful scenery, great waterfalls and Aboriginal rock art. One more, Kakandu a saltwater crocodile habitat.
6. Iguazu National Park Argentina
This National Park protects one of the main most spectacular scenery in Argentina and Brazil, Iguazu Falls and Sub-tropical forests. The site is used as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1984. One experience that would be obtained in this National Park is a thrill ride around the lifeboat "hundreds of small waterfalls"
7. Sagarmantha National Park, Nepal
Included within the scope of the Himalayan Mountains national park. Sagarmantha National Park is located in Nepal and in the south of Mount Everest. National Park was established in 1976 covering an area of 1148 m2 with the lowest elevation of 2845 m and 8850 m. The highest