Number Six: Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, Scotland. Loch Lomond might be a bit less famous than Loch Ness, but it is just as beautiful. Here, you will find an abundance wildlife and plants.
Number Five: Kakadu National Park, Australia. You’ll be hitting yourself if you’ve been to Australia but failed to visit this national park. Imagine the sunset possibilities!
Number Four: Mercantour National Park, France. France is good for more than croissants and good wine, it’s true! This park offers some of the best skiing during the winter months.
Number Three: Olympic National Park, Washington. This is a picture-perfect depiction of the northwest United States. Scenes straight out of a fairytale book abound, including meadows, rivers and mountains.
Number Two: Cotopaxi National Park, Ecuador. This park houses one of the world’s highest active volcanoes, called the Cotopaxi volcano. Since 1738, the Cotopaxi volcano has erupted more than 50 times!
Number One: Lahemaa National Park, Estonia. Translating to “Land of Bays,” Lahemaa contains lush pine forests and clean rivers on Estonia’s northern coast. This would be a great park for camping.