Number Six: Seoraksan National Park, South Korea. Though this park is relatively new, it is rich in scenery. There are even trails for hikers here!
Number Five: Jiuzhai Valley National Park, China. Giant pandas, and so much more! Seriously, go for the giant pandas; stay for the 299 other wildlife species that can be found here.
Number Four: Gangotri National Park, India. This park is home to the origin of the Ganges River, the Gangotri glacier. You’ll experience some of the richest history by going here.
Number Three: Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal. Nepal’s national park includes perhaps the world’s most famous mountain: Everest. Don’t worry – you won’t be pressured to climb it when you visit.
Number Two: Chapada Diamantina National Park, Brazil. This park is perfect for families, as it contains both extremely difficult and beginner-level hiking trails. The pristine beauty of this national park will take your breath away.
Number One: Oulanka National Park, Finland. Finally, Oulanka national park is a sight for sore eyes, as the northern lights can often be spotted at night. Be sure to bring your camera if you ever visit this fantasyland of a park.