Number Six: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. This was America’s first national park, and to this day it still impresses thousands of tourists. Yellowstone is also home to much biodiversity.
Number Five: Redwood National Park, California. Unsurprisingly, redwood trees can be found all over this park. Though the park has shrunk due to logging, we bet it’s hard to stand beneath a 400 foot-tall redwood tree and not be impressed.
Number Four: Triglav National Park, Slovenia. This is Slovenia’s only national park! It borders the southeastern section of the Alps in Austria.
Number Three: Los Roques Archipelago National Park, Venezuela. Here, you will find more than 350 islands, cays and islets. Some islands are so small only a chair will fit on the land.
Number Two: Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Nearly 1.5 million acres of savannah can be found within this national park’s borders. It’s also filled with heaps of diverse nature, including hippos, lions, and zebras.
Number One: Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina. After Antarctica, these glaciers comprise the world’s largest continental ice extension. Be sure to bring your coat when you visit this park!