Ireland Walk Hike Bike created a great national parks infographic noting some of the worlds best national parks.
Wherever you go in the world, you’re likely to be not too far away from some spectacular natural scenery. Yes, even if you’re situated in a bustling metropolis, there’s a good chance that there’s a natural wonder to behold relatively nearby. This could either be unspoiled landscape at its authentic best or a national park with stunning scenery and wildlife in its natural habitat.
Ireland Walk Hike Bike created an infographic outlining some of the world’s best national parks, picking out one from each continent except Antarctica, which has none and whose territory is governed by parties to the Antarctic Treaty System. Let’s delve a little into these parks and some of the features that make them so attractive to visitors from around the globe.
Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park in China
Beginning in Asia, Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park in China covers a tremendous diversity of natural features including waterfalls, lakes, forests and snow-capped peaks. This park was badly affected by an earthquake in August 2017 but reopened to the public within seven months.
Kakadu National Park in Australia
In Australia, Kakadu National Park contains several fascinating aquatic features and is even good to go for a swim in some places – but avoid those with crocodiles!
The African Serengeti
Tanzania boasts one of the most spectacular parks in the world in Serengeti, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981 and a place where buffalos, elephants and giraffes roam freely.
Killarney National Park in Ireland
In Europe, Killarney National Park in the southwest of Ireland features some of the most captivating, awe-inspiring mountain scenery you could ever wish to see.
Yosemite National Park in California
Moving across to the Americas, Yosemite National Park in California is the natural habitat of magnificent wildlife such as bobcats, coyotes and black bears. Further south (much further south), you can view stunning jagged peaks at Torres del Paine National Park in Chile.
You can check out more about these fascinating natural locations in the infographic below provided by Ireland Walk Hike Bike. A special thanks to Helen O’Keefe, Marketing Executive at IWHB.
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About Ireland Walk Hike Bike
Ireland Walk Hike Bike was set up with one purpose in mind – to show you the real Ireland that we know and love. Having watched many visitors “flash” through Ireland – founder Linda Woods decided back in 1994 to find a better way to see the country. “My aim was to slow people down, so they really get their feet into the soul of the country, meet the locals & discover what makes Ireland & the Irish tick………” and 22 years later – this is exactly what Ireland Walk Hike Bike is still doing today….
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About Helen O’Keefe
Helen works as a Marketing Executive with Ireland Walk Hike Bike, a certified EcoTourism Ireland tour operator providing guided and self-guided walking, hiking and cycling tours throughout Ireland. She has an avid interest in travel and digital marketing, with her profession enabling her to incorporate both of these into her work.