Many fans of independent travel know that in addition to megacities and large cities there is something else interesting.
National parks are, without exaggeration, some of the most beautiful places on the planet, where everyone can admire the beautiful landscapes of unspoiled wildlife, appreciate the amazing variety of landscapes and flora and get acquainted with the numerous wild animals in their natural habitat in comfortable conditions.
The Grand Canyon is one of the deepest canyons in the world and one of the most extraordinary geological sites on our planet. Included among the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon was declared a national park in 1919 and is one of the most famous landmarks in the United States.
Lake Malawi in Lake Malawi National Park is the third largest lake in Africa and the ninth largest in the world. The lake is 560 km long, 80 km wide and 700 m deep.
It was created primarily to protect unique plant and animal species and fantastic rocky landscapes, but in the 33 years of its existence, the reserve has risen to the second most visited protected area in the country, just behind the Jiuzhaigou Falls Valley in Sichuan.
My name is Aron Lawson, and I created this blog about the world's national parks. There are thousands and thousands of national parks, places designated for conservation, that house lands normally left in a natural state for human visitation. The term "national park" itself has different meanings around the world. In the United Kingdom, for example, the phrase simply describes a relatively undeveloped area that attracts tourists. In the United States, the terminology is much stricter and describes 63 protected areas managed by the U.S. National Park Service.