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The Nature Parks of Americas

You will find some of the world’s most astounding and well-protected natural reserves in the Americas. From exquisite flora to some of the extraordinary fauna, these parks have been attracting and impressing millions of visitors for several years now. So, put on your hiking shoes for the Nature Parks of North & South America as they are ready to welcome you.

Yosemite National Park Tour | Yosemite Nature Park Tour

Yosemite National Park

California, USA

A Californian beauty hidden in the mountains of Sierra Nevada is the Yosemite National Park. It’s a place of interest not just for trekkers, photographers, nature lovers, but for many others as well. Recognised for the gushing waterfalls, enormous granite cliffs and incredible biological diversity, this park should top everyone’s list. Some of the things to do in Yosemite include walking through a grove of giant sequoias, exploring the Yosemite Trails, going ice skating in the Half Dome village (in winter), trying Yosemite camping and going rock climbing.

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Banff National Park | Things to do in Banff Nature Park

Banff National Park

Calgary, Canada

Canada is home to some of the finest natural reserves, one of them is the Banff National Park. It is one of the oldest parks in the country and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Things to do in Banff are seasonal. For instance, Summers open doors to a lot of possibilities that are not available during colder months. You can camp out in the Rockies, take a Gondola ride for incredible views of the Rockies and go canoeing on the iconic lakes of Louise or Moraine. However, if you’re visiting in winter, don’t be disheartened, you can also try skiing, ice skating or sleigh rides around Lake Louise.

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Central Park Tour – New York

Central Park

New York, USA

New York has many names and is many things, but most importantly it houses a mammoth park right at the heart of the city, popularly known as the Central Park. Irrespective of the weather, you will definitely find something or other to do here. So, don’t let the weather steal your fun! Here’s what you can do – visit the Central Park Zoo, ride the Carousel, chill in a boat on the lake, and take a self-guided tour around the park. In case you are visiting in winter, you can build a snowman, go ice skating or cross country skiing through the meadow.

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Jasper National Park - Canada | Fairmont Jasper Park

Jasper National Park

Calgary, Canada

A UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest among all Canada’s Rocky Mountain Parks is the Jasper National Park. It is gorgeous all year round with its turquoise lakes, remarkable wildlife, soaring mountains and incredible landscapes. Here are some of the things to do in Jasper – elevate 2,285m with the SkyTram for beautiful views of the park; take the wildlife tour to spot some amazing wild animals; try your hand at golf; and go canoeing or kayaking on Medicine Lake; see the Northern Lights in this World’s biggest Dark Sky Reserve. In case you are visiting when there’s snow, you can always indulge in snowboarding, skiing, ice climbing and enjoy the glorious Northern Lights.

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Machu Picchu Tour | Machu Picchu Nature Park Tour - Peru

Machu Picchu


Often called as the Lost City of the Incas, Machu Picchu is undeniably the most popular tourist destination in Peru and a treat for all history buffs. Of course, almost everyone has seen photos of the enigmatic ruins, but witnessing it up-close and exploring the things around it is a different experience, altogether. Some things you must do/see during your Machu Picchu travel – catch the first rays of sun over Machu Picchu, visit the Sun Temple (a best example of Inca masonry), pet the friendly llamas, head to the Sun Gate, proceed to the Watchman’s Hut for a perfect view of whole city and more.

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Tierra del Fuego National Park | Tierra del Fuego Nature Park - Argentina

Tierra del Fuego National Park


With vibrant sceneries, beech forests, gushing waterfalls, spiralling peaks and beautiful glaciers, Tierra del Fuego National Park in Argentina fascinates all adventure lovers, photographers and outdoor enthusiasts. The park offers excellent trails for hikers of all levels, from amateurs to experts including the De la Isla trail and Cerro Guanaco trail. Another must-do thing here is to ride in the Southern Fuegian Railway, popularly known as the ‘End of the world Train’. It is a day’s trip from Ushuaia offering multiple stops throughout the journey that allows you to explore the park at a leisurely pace.

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Torres del Paine National Park – Chile | Torres del Paine Nature Park

Torres del Paine National Park


Nestled in Chile’s extreme south Patagonia region is the Torres del Paine National Park surrounded by peaks, glaciers, rivers and rare wildlife. Recognised by its iconic site Cuernos del Paine, the park offers some adventure-packed activities. You can try fly fishing with the help of experts; go horse riding with the gauchos; trek to the Towers of Paine or through the Valley Frances; and try kayaking on the Lago Grey, Rio Grey or Rio Serrano. Over 20 mammal species reside in the park including the popular ones – Puma & Guanaco – which are very difficult to spot, but you can always hire a guide to help track them.

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Iguazú National Park | Iguazu National Park | Iguazu Nature Park

Iguazú National Park

Argentina & Brazil

Spreading across the borders of Argentina and Brazil, Iguazú National Park houses the largest waterfall system in the world known as the Iguazú Falls. There are a variety of attractions here including Macuco Safari boat ride to explore the jungle, rafting in Iguazú River available on Brazil as well as Argentina sides, a helicopter ride over the falls for an overwhelming bird’s eye view and visit to the Parque das Aves to spot the exotic bird species. Couples can try the Moonlight Tour that comes with an extravagant dinner and cocktails by the moonlight.

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Galápagos National Park Tour | Galápagos Nature Park Tour | Parque Nacional Galápagos Tour

Galápagos National Park

Galápagos Island

With 13 main islands and 6 smaller ones, the Galápagos Islands are an archipelago that is part of the Ecuador. It is home to the Galápagos National Park, which is oldest national park in the country. The park covers 97% of the land area of the islands, while the remaining 3% is distributed among Santa Cruz, San Cristobal, Isabela and Floreana, the only four islands that are inhabited. Some of the water activities enjoyed here are snorkelling, swimming, surfing, kayaking and scuba. Others are hiking, horse riding and mountain biking. You can also spot some unique animals including the Galápagos Sea Lion and Galápagos Marine Iguana.

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Los Glaciares National Park | Perito Moreno Glacier National Park

Los Glaciares National Park

Argentina & Chile

Situated at the Southwest of Santa Cruz Province in Argentina is the Los Glaciares National Park. It is one of the well-protected Andean-Patagonian Forests housing major glaciers and high altitude areas that are tough to reach. A famous tourist attraction here is the Perito Moreno Glacier, which was declared as a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Some of the activities the tourists can indulge in are trekking, horse riding, fishing and rafting, allowing them a chance to be one with nature.

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Sugar Loaf & Corcovado Mountain Tour - Brazil

Sugar Loaf & Corcovado Mountain


Rising high from the water's edge around Rio de Janeiro city is the Sugarloaf Mountain. A cable car, offering amazing view, can take you up there. On the other hand, Corcovado Mountain is located in the central part of the city and is accessible via a tram ride. The main attraction of the Corcovado Mountain is the view platform and Christ the Redeemer statue.

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Tigre & Delta Tour - Argentina | Nature Park Tour Argentina

Tigre & Delta Tour


Just over 30kms from the Buenos Aires city is a picturesque town on the Paraná River, known as Tigre. Very popular among tourist, the Buenos Aires Tigre & Delta Tour is a must-do activity. The tour begins as you cruise to Tigre, which is home to numerous tiny islands, waterways and a large artisan market. You can also bring out your inner historian by visiting the Museo de Arte Tigre or take a leisurely boat tour around the Delta or explore Boulevard de Tigre, a bohemian area full of art galleries, workshops and studios.

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Stanley Park

Vancouver, Canada

Bordering the downtown of Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada is Stanley Park. The 1,000-acre park is perfect for a day trip and stunning all year round, but summer just brings out its beauty. Visitors come here to escape the hustle-bustle of the city and get in touch with nature. Some of the things to do in Stanley park include a ride in the miniature train, golfing, bike rides or walk along the Seawall, Vancouver Aquarium, Ferguson Point, Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride and more.

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Niagara Falls

New York, USA

Lying in the extreme north-west of New York State along the US-Canada border is the breath-taking Niagara Falls. There are multiple ways to see the awe-inspiring beauty, including the renowned Maid of the Mist boat ride. Although the ride starts and ends on the America side, it also takes you into the Horseshoe Falls, which is Canadian side of the falls. Other ways to soak in beauty of the falls is by taking the elevator; taking a helicopter ride for bird’s eye view; and of course the Observation Tower for incredible panoramic views.

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Love Park

Lima, Peru

Located in the Miraflores District of Lima, Love Park or the Parque del Amor is dedicated to all lovers. While romance is always in air at the park, it also offers some mind-boggling view of Pacific Ocean, especially at sunrise and sunset. The main attraction here is the El Beso sculpture by Peruvian artist Víctor Delfín, which is located at the centre of the park. Moreover, with the colourful mosaic walls displaying quotes about love, the park resembles Barcelona’s Park Güell.

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Manuel Antonio National Park

Costa Rica

With breath-taking beaches, beautiful rainforest and a variety of wildlife, Manuel Antonio National Park or the Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio is a tropical paradise in Costa Rica. It is located south of Quepos on the Pacific Coast, just about 132km from San José. Despite being the smallest national park in the country, it gets most number of visitors. Top attractions in the park include Catamaran Cruise, Parasailing, night walk at the Si Como No wildlife refuge, Playa Biesanz and Kayak through Mangroves.

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Chichén Itzá


One of the Seven Wonders of the World, Chichén Itzá is a ruined ancient Maya city. Perfect for a day’s trip from Cancún, this archaeological wonder is Mexico’s most-visited tourist site. History buffs visiting the Chichén Itzá are in for a treat! Some of the attractions here include El Castillo, the Chacmools of the Northern Ruins, the Hall of the Thousand Columns, the Tomb of Chacmool, Sacrificial Waters: Cenote Sagrado, Tzompantli: The Wall of Skulls, The Ball Courts and more.

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