20 National Parks You Should Visit At Least Once In Your Lifetime

If you’re a nature enthusiast, this list is for you. Read on to learn about 20 of the most incredible national parks the world has to offer. Which one will you visit first?

1. Brazil – Lençóis Maranhenses National Park

Brazil’s own little desert, Lençóis Maranhenses is filled with sand dunes as far as the eyes can see. Surprisingly, after the rainy season, they’re filled with fresh water! This one’s not to be missed!

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    2. Croatia – Plitvice Lakes

    Imagine 16 lakes interconnected by mesmerizing waterfalls? The park is so beautiful that it was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979.

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    3. England – Peak District

    If you’re into hiking and exploring England’s nature, then the Peak District might be a good option. Nestled in northern Derbyshire, you’ll find rivers, caverns, moors and dales.

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