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    50 best National Parks for photographers (and what to photograph)

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    Best National Parks for photographers around the world

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Fiordland, New Zealand

    Fiordland, New Zealand
    Its snow-capped and forested mountains were the setting for much of the Lord of the Rings films, and the park is home to bottlenose dolphins, fur seals and penguins.

    Kruger, South Africa
    This park is one of the best places to photograph Africa’s ‘big five’: lions, African elephants, Cape buffalos, leopards and rhinos.

     

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Banff, Canada

    Banff, Canada
    The Rocky Mountains at their best: the dense forests, glaciers and ice fields are home to grizzly bears, elk, moose and bighorn sheep.

     

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Goreme, Turkey

    Göreme, Turkey
    An early-morning balloon trip affords a unique view of this surreal landscape with its cave homes and mushroom-like ‘fairy chimneys’.

    Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
    Wildlife has evolved in isolation over millions of years on these islands in the eastern Pacific, famed for their giant tortoises.

     

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Sagarmatha, Nepal

    Sagarmatha, Nepal
    Dominated by Mount Everest, the park is rugged and steep, and the terrain cut by deep rivers and glaciers. It derives its name from the Nepali words for sky and head.

    Torres del Paine, Chile
    The Andean peaks of Chilean Patagonia have spectacular lakes and glaciers, while wildlife includes guanacos, pumas and rare birds.

     

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Kakadu, Australia

    Kakadu, Australia


    This World Heritage site near Darwin has spectacular waterfalls, rivers and wetlands, and wildlife including saltwater crocodiles.

     

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Iguazu, Argentina

    Iguazú, Argentina/Iguaçu, Brazil
 

    These neighbouring parks are set in subtropical jungle, and meet at the spectacular Iguazú waterfall. Fauna includes jaguar, ocelot and toucan.

    Serengeti, Tanzania
    Best known for the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle, the park offers spectacular game viewing and striking sunsets.

    Fuji-Hakone-Izu, Japan
    Japan’s most popular national park includes the snowcapped dormant volcano Mount Fuji at its centre, which is often shrouded in cloud in spring and summer.

     

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Zhangjiajie National Park, China. Avatar mountains

    Zhangjiajie, China
    Dense foliage tops sandstone pillars that are a feature of China’s landscape, and the result of years of erosion caused by expanding ice.

    Jim Corbett, India
    Named after the hunter who turned conservationist to save the Bengal tiger, India’s oldest national park is also home to Himalayan black bears, leopards and elephants.

     

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Angel Falls. Canaima National Park, Venezuela.

    Canaima, Venezuela
    The landscape is dominated by rock plateaus, sheer cliffs and waterfalls – including Angel Falls, the world’s highest at 1,002m.

     

    Best National Parks for photographers around the world: Ao Phang Nga, Thailand

    Ao Phang Nga, Thailand
    Sheer islands tower above the water in this marine park, one of which, Khao Phing Kan, is popularly known as ‘James Bond Island’.

    PAGE 1: Best National Parks for photographers in the UK
    PAGE 2: Best National Parks for photographers in the United States
    PAGE 3: Best National Parks for photographers in Europe
    PAGE 4: Best National Parks for photographers around the world

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