15 countries with the most beautiful natureVika
Every country in the world has its own natural wonders: mountains, reserves, picturesque rivers, and valleys. Therefore, choosing from a huge variety of states those that are distinguished by the most beautiful nature is not an easy task. The World Economic Forum took over its implementation, the representatives of which evaluated 136 countries in terms of the quantity and quality of natural resources. The selection also took into account factors such as the number of natural World Heritage sites, the number of animal species, and so on. Here are 15 countries that have been voted the most beautiful of them all.
Kenya is one of the most vibrant countries in Africa, home to giraffes, kudu, cheetahs, lions, and black rhinos. To the northeast of the capital Nairobi is Mount Kenya, the second-highest peak in Africa, and to the north is the amazing Lake Turkana.
Indonesia has a rich natural diversity, from white sand beaches in Bali to rainforests in Sulawesi. It is worth noting that it is also home to the giant Komodo lizards, which are most commonly seen in the Komodo National Park.
A magnificent country with an abundance of vineyards in Bordeaux and excellent beaches on the Riviera. In addition, France is not only the mainland but also the Reunion Island with the picturesque La Reunion National Park, in which tropical forests coexist with foggy forests, as well as New Caledonia with its lagoons and coral reefs.
Although the country has many places with beautiful nature, first of all, Italy is famous for its mountains. The Dolomites are considered one of the most beautiful and unique mountain ranges in the world.
A country with two active volcanoes, tropical forests, glaciers, and home to several rare species of animals, including tapirs. Don't overlook the fact that the Galapagos Islands, known for their beauty and abundance of marine life, are also part of Ecuador.
6. the USA.
The United States is a huge country with varied landscapes, 58 national parks, including famous parks such as Glacier and the Grand Canyon, and an incredible array of different plant and animal species.
Of all the scenic spots, of which there are a lot in Spain, the Doñana National Park in Andalusia, where several endangered species of birds live, and the National Park located on the island of La Gomera (Canary Islands) is worth highlighting.
Tanzania is home to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain peak, and the Serengeti National Park. The latter is known for the annual migration of zebras and wildebeests, which go to the watering hole in the southern plains, while hungry predators follow on their heels. According to eyewitnesses, this migration is "one of the most impressive events in the natural world."
Thailand is not only an abundance of first-class beaches but also several national parks rich in exotic flora and fauna. Particularly worth highlighting is the Huai Kha Khang Nature Reserve, which is home to extremely rare Indo-Chinese tigers.
Australia is known for its abundance of incredible natural sites in every corner of the country. The Tasmanian Desert, Ninggalu Coast, Cockatoo National Park are just some of the beautiful places in the country. And of course, near Australia is the Great Barrier Reef, the largest coral reef in the world.
The fourth-largest country in the world has many different natural resources, including the majestic Himalayas, Huanglong Sanctuary, famous for its travertine terraces, and the giant panda sanctuary in Sichuan province.
An amazing and original country, the main asset of which is the majestic mountains, among which the Cordillera occupy a special place. Also in Peru is the Rio Abiseo National Park.
13. Costa Rica.
Among the natural assets of Costa Rica, I would especially like to mention the Cocos Island National Park and Tortuguero National Park. The latter is known for the rare species of sea turtles living there.
Mexico is distinguished by an incredible wealth of wildlife: tropical forests, mangroves, Revilla-Jihedo islands, biosphere reserves - this is just a small part of what can be seen here.
Suffice it to say about Brazil that there are as many as 25 protected areas in the country, where many tropical trees and plants grow, and a lot of rare and endangered animal species live. Such variety and splendor cannot be found in any other country in the world.