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Top 5 National Parks in the World

The travelers are waiting for their next destination. So, what is your next destination? Some of the top national parks in the world have been the apple of the eyes for many travelers. If this is what you are planning, then stick to this article. 

Confronting national parks filled with animals surrounded by mountains or oceans is like living in a celestial place. The parks have a different charm. Who doesn’t like to devour the beauty of flora and fauna? Living in the scenery for a few days makes scars in your memory for a long time. We will tell you the top national parks in the world in this article.

5 Top National Parks in the World

  • Grand Canyon National Park

The well-known name in our list of 5 top national parks in the world is the Grand Canyon National Park. Located in Arizona in the USA, this national park has been an attraction to 5 million visitors per year. This is also considered one of the 7th natural wonders of the world. Regarded as the UNESCO World Heritage Site, this 277 miles long park has been the residence of Pueblo People as well as wildlife such as Black Bear, Elk, and California Condors.

  • Great Barrier Reef National Park

Because of global warming, coral reefs are at peril but the Great Barrier Reef has been one of the top national parks in the world. With 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands, the Great Barrier Reef is spread across 133,000 square miles. Located on the coast of Queensland in Australia, the national park has been enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

  • Kaziranga National Park

In our 5 top national parks in the world, the Kaziranga National Park takes a top place. Located on the Brahmaputra River of Assam in India, this place is a home for tigers, elephants, and one-horned rhinoceroses. Kaziranga National Park has also been enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you are in India or Indian, this place is a must-visit for every thirsty traveler.

  • Kruger National Park

If you want to visit one of the oldest national parks in South Africa, then this is the best. Established in 1926, space covers 7,500 square miles. You will get to see 517 bird species, 147 species of large mammals, 114 reptile species, and other noteworthy animals. Part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kruger National Park can be a remarkable visit if you have any plan for South Africa.

  • Manu National Park

After the pandemic, Manu National Park can be a worthwhile and pleasing visit to your tourist plan. Comes as one of the top national parks in the world, this park is located in southern Peru. You will get to see hundreds of bird species including macaws. And also, there are jaguars, black caimans, and spider monkeys. The devouring beauty of the river while boating is another attraction that can be cherished forever. This has enlisted as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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