Serengeti National Park
One of the largest annual wildlife movements all over the world takes place at Serengeti National Park. Lobo Valley and Ngorongoro Crater are two most famous highlights of this national park.
As its name suggests, the Grand Canyon is literally huge. Its length, width and depth are 277 miles, 18 miles and 1 mile respectively. It is ranked the 2nd best national park in the world.
Fiordland National Park
Situated in New Zealand near Queenstown, Fiordland National Park became popular after Lord of the Rings trilogy was shot there. Fiordland National Park is 4th on the list of 10 best national parks worldwide.
Kruger National Park
Kruger National Park is probably the only place where one is at the luxury of sipping wine while watching different forms of wildlife. Antelope, leopards, and cheetahs are some of the wildlife species found in this park.
Torres Del Paine National Park
Beautiful landscape and stunning geographical features somewhat compensate for the lack of animals at Torres Del Paine National Park. Four lakes, Grey Glacier and Paine Massif are some of the highlights of this national park.