With 424 national parks, the United States is nature's open-air playground. A place filled with unique wildlife, geological formations, diverse and wondrous landscapes, and plenty of outdoor adventures. If you are a nature and wildlife lover, the national parks of the United States will be an unforgettable experience.
With approximately 84 million hectares of national parks to explore, there is no shortage of nature in the United States. Most national parks are managed by the National Park Service and some are free to visit. In other national parks, you will need to pay an entrance fee.
Which park should I visit in the United States?
The national parks in the United States are extremely diverse, each one unique with its characteristics. From Yosemite National Park's green forests and massive granite rock formations to Arches National Park's thousands of sandstone arches and the red desert landscape. And the Akaka Falls State Park in Hawaii is renowned for its spectacular waterfalls.
Which national park you visit is dependent of course on what you would most like to see. One of our travel specialists will be more than happy to provide more in-depth information to help you decide which parks you should visit.