25 Outdoor Adventure Destinations to Visit

25 Outdoor Adventure Destinations to Visit ...

Concerns about pandemic continue to put a damper on travel, especially internationally, but that does not always stop the adventurous outdoorsman.

According to Deloitte's travel industry outlook, the top ten fastest-growing activities categories (and 18 of the top 20) were all related to outdoor recreation.

This is Tripadvisors list of the greatest national parks in the world for outdoor enthusiasts, taking into account the quality and quantity of traveler reviews and ratings on their website.

Pack your passport, immunization card, and hiking boots, and start planning your next outdoor adventure.

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Arenal is one of the world's most active volcanoes, and the rainforested area is bursting with hot springs and wildlife, making it a great spot for birdwatching.

The volcano has been quiet in recent years, occasionally leaking steam from its peak. Hikers are not permitted to climb the peak, but the volcano provides a beautiful backdrop for exploring the park and Lake Arenal, where visitors can go water sports.

Corbett, the oldest national park in India, is located in Uttarakhand's Nainital district, and was established to protect the endangeredBengal tiger.

Indian elephantscan be seen in the summer inherdsof several hundred.Corbett Park has over 400 different species of flora and over 550 different species of fauna, and a variety of lodging for visitors.

The incredible wildebeest and zebra migration that takes place here every year is recognized as the greatest and longest overland migration on the planet, when 1.5 million wildebeest travel through Tanzania and Kenya in search of greener pastures.

Serengeti National Park is home to more than 500 birds and 300 mammals, including lions, cheetahs, elephants, rhinos, giraffes, impalas, and hippos.

This reserve is connected to Serengeti National Park at the border between Kenya and Tanzania and is also famous for wildebeest migration, seen here crossing the Mara River.

Cheetahs, lions, elephants, zebras, and hippos are among the animals to see here. The area around is dotted with the Maasai people's villages.

Krugers high level of wild animals includes rhinos, lions, leopards, elephants, and buffalos, making it a popular safari destination in Africa.

Over 500 bird species, 100 reptiles, nearly 150 mammals, a number of historical sites, and a wide array of trees and flowers are featured in Kruger National Park.

This ancient, glacier-carved area is home to glaciers, alpine ranges, and unique flora and fauna that have existed since New Zealand became a supercontinent.

The wild, wet park is made up of lakes, rivers, streams, and lush rainforest ideal for hiking. You may take a tour to see the glow worm cave. The Te Anau and Manapouri basecamps offer activities on the lake.

The highlights of this park are six million acres of Alaska's interior wilderness and North America's tallest peak. Only one road is open to buses, allowing wild animals of all sizes to roam the unfenced, unfenced areas.

The low-elevation taiga forest at Denali National Park gives way to high alpine tundra and snowy mountains, culminating in North America's tallest peak.

Denali was the first national park to protect wildlife. Many visitors hope to see a grizzly bear waving through the tundra, but there are also opportunities to see moose, wolves, Dall sheep, and caribou.

Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest peak and the world's highest free-standing mountain. It is aUNESCO world heritage site. The foothills of the mountain are dominated by blue monkeys, western black and white colobuses, bushbabies, and leopards.

The whitewashed Westland Tai Poutini National Park is famous for its glaciers. Both the Fox and Franz Josef glaciers can be seen from the park's entrance, which can reach up to 13 feet per day. The park also includes grasslands, lakes, rivers, and lowland rainforests that extend all the way to the Tasman Sea's edge.

The New Forest National Park is situated in a southern England region known by the same name. The New Forest region is one of southern England's largest remaining unenclosed pasturelands, heathland, and forest areas.

William the Conqueror declared New Forest a royal forest. It is well-known for its walking and biking trails as well as centuries-old woods.

The 823-square-mile park is Wales' largest national park and home to more than 26,000 people, and the Welsh language is part of the area's everyday life. Explore the wild peaks and green valleys in this protected area that provides extensive recreation opportunities.

This was Canadas first national park. Activities include hiking, biking, skiing, and camping among the stunning scenery of the Canadian Rockies.

Banff, a popular resort town, is located within the park and is a World Heritage Site.

According to Unesco, two ancient Greek sites in this part of Southern Italy date back to 550 B.C. The Cilento was a major route for commerce and political interaction during the prehistoric and medieval periods.

There's also a Carthusian monastery that dates back to 1306, with magnificent seaside views and deep cave systems.

Jasper is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, and is a new Unesco World Heritage Site. It is a wilderness of dramatic peaks, abundant wildlife, and outstanding natural beauty.

While hiking along some of the 745 miles of Jasper National Park trails, you may stumble upon a pair of the park service's bright red Adirondack chairs set in a peaceful and scenic location.

The Colorado River runs through Grand Canyon National Park, which is 277 miles long. Layers of colorful rock reveal millions of years of geologic history.

Tanzania's largest elephant population is found at this park, which is well-known for its termite mounds, baobab trees, and a wide range of wildlife.

The Ngorongoro Crater is the world's largest inactive, intact, and unfilled volcanic caldera that formed when a large volcano exploded and collapsed on itself two to three million years ago. The crater is 2,000 feet deep and 100 square miles. See black rhinoceroses, hippopotamuses, zebras, and gazelles in this vast park.

The Freycinet peninsula on Tasmania's east coast is a great place to see the sparkling Hazard Mountains, coastal forests, and the tranquil turquoise waters of Wineglass Bay. Visit the area at the lookout point for the famous white sand and enjoy superb food and wine.

To see this breathtaking protected wilderness surrounded by a glacier of the same name, you need not know it. Vatnajokull features blue ice caves, waterfalls, active geothermal areas, unique geological formations, and Iceland's highest freestanding mountain.

In VatnajokullNational Park, the Svartifoss waterfall and basalt columns are seen.

Grand Teton National Park is a 10 miles from Jackson Hole, which is renowned for its magnificent Snake River and the Cathedral Group of peaks that rise straight from the valley floor.

Grand Teton is a wonderland of wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, and it has hundreds of miles of trails. It's great for hiking, biking, fishing, boating, and camping.

Bryce Canyon, a reddish-orange hoodoo landscape, is set along a high plateau at the summit of the Grand Staircase. The park's high elevations include many life communities, fantastic dark skies, and geological wonders. Activities include hiking, biking, camping, and wildlife viewing.

This forest reserve in central Croatia is famous for a chain of 16 terraced lakes that leads to a limestone canyon, as well as for hiking paths and paths that wind around and across the water. The 12 upper lakes and four lower lakes are connected by an electric boat.

The biodiverse park in central Brazil has many trails that lead you to spectacular canyons, quartz crystal rock formations, magnificent rock pools, and 300-foot waterfalls. A number of orchid species and wildlife are endangered in the biodiverse park, including armadillos, jaguars, and toucans.

Uluru, a massive sandstone structure in Australia's northern region, is a must see attraction for indigenous people. See the colors of the desert change as the sun rises and sets, and discover rock art and waterfalls while exploring the park's geology, natural environment, and cultural heritage.

This park in southwest Utah is well-known for its steep red cliffs, the Virgin River, and the Zion Narrows, where hikers wade the river. The park is also great for camping, backpacking, biking, and rock climbing.

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