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Whether you're interested in wildlife, trekking opportunities or unspoilt wilderness, our specialists have recommended just a few of their preferred national parks around the world. They may be less visited than some of their famous neighbours, but they still have plenty to offer.

Corcovado National Park, Costa Rica

Hundreds of rare wildlife call the tropical rainforest of the Corcovado Peninsula home, including 6,000 species of insects, 140 species of mammals, and almost 400 species of birds. The park is considered one of the world's most biodiverse regions and is perfect spot for trekking, hiking and camping.

Corcovado National Park
The tropical rainforest of Corcovado National Park

The Grampians National Park, Australia

Spanning almost five thousand acres, The Grampians National Park in Victoria can be explored by foot, car or canoe. A hike through one of the many marked trails will take you to magnificent waterfalls, Aboriginal art sites and unique rock formations. Take a tranquil walk among wildflowers or embark on a more strenuous trek to natural rock pools and the well-known rock face called 'The Elephant's Hide'.

Grampians National Park
The vast Grampians National Park
MacKenzie Falls at Grampians National Park
MacKenzie Falls at Grampians National Park

Hakone National Park, Japan

A short trip from Tokyo, Hakone National Park is the perfect escape from the city. On clear days there are spectacular views of Mount Fuji and visitors can unwind with a natural hot springs bath.

Lake in Hakone
The lake and view of Mount Fuji from Hakone National Park

Nairobi National Park, Kenya

Just twenty minutes from the centre of Nairobi, the largest city in East Africa, visitors can take photos of giraffe juxtaposed with skyscrapers. The park is home to world's densest population of black rhino, and you can also spot zebra, giraffe, hippo, leopard and lion.

Black rhino
The rare black rhino in Nairobi

Mount Toubkal National Park, Morocco

Located in the Atlas Mountains, nearly all of North Africa's highest peaks are within the boundaries of the park. Hikers can explore snow-capped mountains and visit local villages along the way.

Road to Toubkal in Morocco
View of the Atlas Mountains on the road to Mount Toubkal National Park

Khao Yai National Park, Thailand

A nature-lovers' paradise, Khao Yai is one of the largest monsoon forests remaining in Asia and is home to around 200 elephants as well as tigers, bears, leopards, and large pythons. Visitors can enjoy hiking and biking trails that wind around the park's many waterfalls.

Khay Yai National Park in Thailand
The hills of Khao Yai National Park
Khao Yai National Park
Bat migration at dusk in Khao Yai National Park

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