The World's First National Parks

Journey Through History

Discover the world's oldest national parks, where breathtaking landscapes and diverse ecosystems offer a window into nature's grandeur.

Explore these revered treasures and connect with the planet's most spectacular vistas.

Established in 1783, this boasts a legacy older than Yellowstone, famously known as the first national park. This historical gem showcases Mongolia's dedication to nature conservation.

Bogd Khan Uul National Park

Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park dazzles with its spectacular geothermal marvels like geysers and hot springs, and its wild residents including bears, bison, and wolves.

Explore Australia's Royal National Park, established in 1879, a haven of breathtaking coastal cliffs, lush forests, and pristine beaches.  Dive into activities like bushwalking, birdwatching, and swimming in nature’s playground.

Nestled in the Canadian Rockies, Yoho National Park captivates with its majestic peaks, crystal-clear lakes, and varied terrain. Explore this wilderness haven where nature's grandeur knows no bounds.

Yoho National Park

Explore New Zealand's oldest national treasure, Tongariro National Park. With its UNESCO World Heritage status, active volcanoes, and the legendary Tongariro Alpine Crossing, it's a must-see for adventurers.

Sequoia National Park (1890)

Explore California's Sierra Nevada Mountains, home to the majestic giant sequoia trees, including the awe-inspiring General Sherman, Earth's largest tree by volume.

Yosemite National Park (1890)

Discover granite cliffs, waterfalls, and iconic landmarks like Yosemite Valley and Half Dome in this USA treasure.

Waterton National Park (1895)

This Alberta's gem boasts breathtaking mountain vistas, pristine lakes, and diverse wildlife, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts.