SAGARMATHA NATIONAL PARK, NEPAL
Actually overshadowed by the most noteworthy mountain on the planet, Mt Everest, the national park was created in 1976. Sagarmāthā is a Nepali word gotten from sagar signifying “sky” and māthā signifying “head”.
JIUZHAIGOU VALLEY NATIONAL PARK, CHINA
Popular for its staggering covered cascades, beautiful lakes and snow-topped pinnacles, this multi-shaded national park in China looks like something out of a Tolkien tale.
GÖREME NATIONAL PARK, TURKEY
A peculiar and astounding scene to a great extent etched by disintegration, Göreme is covered with troglodyte residences and underground towns – the remaining parts of human natural surroundings going back to the fourth century.
KOMODO NATIONAL PARK, INDONESIA
The world’s biggest reptile wanders the Lesser Sunda Islands where this national park is found. It’s presumably the best knowledge into what the world looked like when dinosaurs meandered.
BANNERGHATTA National Park, INDIA
Integrated with an elephant asylum, a zoo, a butterfly nook, a snake house and a safari park that incorporates lions, zebras, bears, leopards, panthers just as white and Bengal tigers, BANNERGHATTA National Park is one the best locations on the planet to watch such decent variety of natural life.