Top National Parks in Australia

Top National Parks in Australia

Australian culture involves taking pride in an outdoor lifestyle. The Oceanic country, and its 28 million hectares of national park land, is perfect for spending some one-on-one time with nature. These landscapes vary immensely throughout Australia, from deserts in the ‘outback’ wilderness to white sandy beaches and forests in coastal […]

by December 14, 2018
Plans for a New National Park in Southern England

Plans for a New National Park in Southern England

Recently, the board responsible for reviewing the value of national parks has called for evidence to support Dorset and Devon’s bid to have some of their outstanding natural coastal areas gain national park status. The independent Glover Review, who review whether natural land in England should become national parks, are […]

by December 6, 2018
The Most Beautiful National Parks in South America

The Most Beautiful National Parks in South America

South America has over 300 national parks, each of their landscapes different from the last. They include some of the most beautiful national parks in the world. These are our favourite to look at. Torres del Paine, Chile Located in the Patagonia mountain region of Chile, the national park’s famous […]

by December 1, 2018
Current Threats to UK National Parks and AONB

Current Threats to UK National Parks and AONB

Huge expanses of countryside in the United Kingdom are protected under the possession of Her Majesty by the UK government, but some that are mismanaged (or not property of The Crown) can be under threat by external and internal influences. Outside every national park, the government, local councils and park […]

by November 26, 2018
London to Become World’s First National Park City

London to Become World’s First National Park City

A former geography teacher by the name of Daniel Raven-Ellison proposed the idea for the City of Greater London to embrace a new ideology based around preserving the environment. Now an official crowdfunded environmental bid, which will be launched in 2019, will campaign for London to become the world’s first […]

by November 26, 2018
Places to Go in Snowdonia National Park

Places to Go in Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia is best known as the home of Mount Snowdon’s 1,085-metre high mountain peak – but the region has far from just one solitary mountain for tourists to climb. Many visit the National Park to walk along the 870-mile West Coast Path encompassing Snowdonia’s beaches and harbours on the coast […]

by November 22, 2018
The Peak District Walks, Birdlife and Mammals

The Peak District Walks, Birdlife and Mammals

The Peak District is one of the finest national parks in England. It is mostly located in the midlands count of Derbyshire, but it spans five other counties as well. Its wild, hilly landscapes stretch for miles and are a hit with climbers, runners, walkers, and nature observers of all […]

by November 17, 2018
Top Northern European National Parks

Top Northern European National Parks

Any guide to European national parks would be incomplete without featuring some of the natural islands, forest parks and mountainous landscapes in the North of Europe. Northern Europe here mainly refers to the Scandinavian countries and Iceland. While the temperatures tend to be cold, especially up in the Baltic mountains, […]

by November 11, 2018
Great National Parks in Eastern Europe

Great National Parks in Eastern Europe

The European continent is a very varied area – from vast forests to high mountains, grassy plains and mighty rivers. Every national park offers a unique experience of nature and wildlife, so add these seven Eastern European national parks to your ‘to see’ list. Cheile Nerei Beusnita, Romania Romania may […]

by November 10, 2018
Top National Parks in Central Europe

Top National Parks in Central Europe

Central Europe is perhaps the best place on this diverse continent to experience nature. The high-altitude areas of Slovenia, Slovakia and other small countries are less urbanised and so national parks can flourish – and even the most developed Central European countries such as Poland and Germany still have protected […]

by October 28, 2018