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10 MOST BEAUTIFUL NATIONAL PARKS

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1. Posted by susanetje (Budding Member 3 posts) 8y

WORLDS 10 MOST BEAUTIFUL NATIONAL PARKS
IN RANDOM!!! ANSWER ME IF YOU DONT AGREE WITH ME !!!

BANF CANADA
GLACIER USA
TORRES DEL PAINE CHILI
JASPER CANADA
DENALI ALASKA
YOSEMITI USA
BERCHTESGATEN GERMANY
HOHE TAUERN AUSTRIA
GRAND CAYNON USA
MOUNT COOK NEW ZEALAND

2. Posted by Jayne005 (Budding Member 6 posts) 8y

I take it they can be from anywhere in the world?

I'd have to put the Serengeti National Park (Tanzania), or the Kalahari/Gemsbok National park (South Africa/Namibia) because they are really beautiful

3. Posted by chase (Budding Member 33 posts) 8y

Torres del Paine in chile is beautiful true!
But for wildlife I have to go for Corvocado National Park in Costa Rica.

4. Posted by laltreks (Budding Member 7 posts) 8y

Hello friend,

What you think about Nepal. The Royal Chitwan National Park of Nepal. Have you ever think of it???? If not try to find it.........

5. Posted by angela_ (Respected Member 1732 posts) 8y

I nominate Jökulsárgljúfur in Iceland. It is amazing..

6. Posted by steff (Travel Guru 1160 posts) 8y

I really liked Tongariro and Abel Tasman Nationalparks in New Zealand and I also found Kakadu and Litchfield Nationalparks one of the highlights in Australia .

7. Posted by loubylou (Travel Guru 664 posts) 8y

Phang Nga national park in Thailand is amazing

8. Posted by Calcruzer (Moderator 1884 posts) 8y

While Yosemite is amazing and unique, I think I prefer Yellowstone to Yosemite. Let me tell you my choice for the two most dramatic views at national parks in the US:

(1) the north or south rim of the Grand Canyon--I actually kind of prefer the north rim because it has a tremendous "sun room" at the resort on the north rim. Do yourself a favor and don't go anywhere close to the rim until you approach the resort. Then go through the resort out to the back where the "sun room" is. Try to go sometime around one hour or so before sunset--or at sunrise. It's a view you will quite simply never forget for the rest of your life.

My (2) was in the late fall/early winter when I went to Yellowstone National Park. There is a section on the west side of the park called "Lower Geyser Basin" where there are a bunch of lakes with steaming hot water. On the day I went, it was snowing, and many of the buffalo went into the geyser area to get warm. To stand on the edge of this area, seeing 20 buffalo, with steam rising all around them, while snow was falling at the same time was just surreal.

Oh, and I agree with your choice of Berchtesgarden in Germany. I've been there twice and enjoyed it both times.