Brilliant escape from daily urban life couldn’t be better than in nature. Forget about your stressful work, annoying duties, grab your camping tent and spend your precious time in the beautiful wilderness. Perhaps you wonder which camps or parks are the best for your getaway? Don’t worry, cause you are in the right place! We have prepared for you a list of 10 best camps and parks around the world.
Yosemite National Park, California
If you love the view of the waterfalls and high cliffs, Yosemite National Park is the right place for you. Located in the mountains of Northern California, this park can provide you a real nature experience. Rich with flora and fauna, offers endless opportunities for outdoor activities.
Shenandoah National Park, Virginia
A 120 kilometer far away from Washington D.C. along the Blue Ridge Mountains, lies Shenandoah National Park. Well-known for its trails, this park is the paradise for hikers. Enjoy the hiking on the Skyline Drive and the viewpoint of Dark Hollow Falls, a magnificent 71 feet waterfall.
Boya Lake Provincial Park, Canada
Canadian Provincial Park is perfect for numerous water activities with heavenly camping spots on the lake. Despite its north location, Boya Lake is convenient for swimming. Colorful and peaceful place guarantees an unforgettable holiday.
If you’re a fan of Eastern culture small island nearby Hiroshima, Miyajima is one of the top camping places in the world. Well balanced nature and urban parts, you can simultaneously enjoy the hiking, boat trips, visits festivals, and the museums.
Big Sur, California
If you’ve ever tried to think of the perfect combination of land and water, Big Sur would be the answer to all your imaginations. Located between Santa Lucia Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, with memorable sightseeings, Big Sure is a place for everybody: campers, hikers, climbers.
The Isle of Arran, Scotland
The isle of Arran is one of the largest Scottish island, renowned for its distillers, castles and heritage museums. Among the vast number of outdoor activities which Arran provides, here you can try geocaching – a treasure hunt.
Flamenco Beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico
Welcome to one of the most popular Caribbean beaches in the world – Flamenco Beach! Cristal clear turquoise water with pearly white sand make the breathtaking views. With a plenty of activities such as snorkeling, scuba, swimming and hiking, this paradise beach will make your holiday dreams come true.
Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica
What makes Corcovado National Park unique for camping is the animal sightings. This place is known for its remarkable biodiversity. It is a great chance to meet during the walk some of the most endangered species such as white-lipped peccaries or red-backed squirrel monkies.
Haleakalā National Park, Hawaii
If you ever find yourself on the island Maui, one of the must do things will be the visiting of Haleakalā. Known for its eponymous dormant volcano, and many others, this park is the home of some of the most threatened species and beautiful flora.
Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Nature at its best, Maasai Mara is one of the richest wildlife reserves in the Africa. Full of tented camps, Masai offers excellent opportunity to see a vast number of wild animals and who knows…If you’re lucky enough you might spot the Big Five.