What do you think if we start the week knowing some of the most beautiful natural places in the world? Specifically, today we want to focus on the forests, ecosystems full of life, on which animals, plants and, of course, human beings depend, among other things because they serve as natural filters for water. Today, forests cover only a third of the surface, although some eight thousand years ago they occupied almost half the planet. Even so, there are still more than 2,000 indigenous cultures living in them.
Visiting these natural spaces is a real gift for the senses, since it is possible to enjoy different aromas, colors and textures. Furthermore, its shapes and colors vary depending on the time of year. Today in Hard Hobbit To Break We want to take a tour of some of the most beautiful forests in the world. Of course, we apologize in advance for all those who have had to leave in the pipeline.
Conguillío National Park, Chile
First of all, we want to tell you about the Conguillío National Park, which is located in the La Arucanía Region, northeast of Temucho, Chile. Declared a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, the park hides beautiful forests tempered rainy in which it is possible to find ancient araucarias, in addition to glacial valleys and active volcanoes.
Sagano Bamboo Forest, Japan
From Chile we moved to Japan, where the Sagano Bamboo Forest is located, also known as Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, since it is located in this district of Japan. Located just half an hour by train from Kyoto, this beautiful natural setting stands out for the play of light and shadow that is created thanks to the bamboo, which makes its way through the undergrowth.
Sequoia National Park, United States
We return to the American continent to tell you about the Sequoia National Park, which is located in the US state of California. The main feature of this park is that it houses a forest of giant redwoods. In fact, here is the General Sherman, which is considered the largest tree in the world.
Paimpont Forest, France
The forest of Paimpont, formerly called Brocéliande, could not be missing from this list. Located in Brittany, this place is surrounded by legends. For example, the wizard Merlin is said to reside in each of the forest elements. In fact, here you can find a menhir considered to be Merlin's grave.
Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia
Also not to be missed is the Plitvice Lakes National Park, a heavily wooded park located in the Lika region of Croatia. Declared a World Heritage Site by the Unesco, stands out for its lakes, waterfalls and springs of spectacular beauty. As for the vegetation, it is composed of beech in 90%.
Savernake Forest, England
We continue in Europe to tell you about the Savernake Forest, a beautiful forest located in the county of Wiltshire, England. Apparently, it was in this place that Henry VIII met Jane Seymur, the mother of his only son. The place houses oak and beech trees centenarians and it has hardly changed its appearance.
Erawan National Park, Thailand
In Thailand is Erawan National Park, a protected area in the province of Kanchanaburi, 100 kilometers from Bangkok. Inside the forest we can find the Erawan waterfall, which gives its name to the park, in addition to numerous exotic birds, monkeys and flying squirrels.
Gorbeia Natural Park
Of course, we can also find wonderful forests in Spain, such as those hidden in the Gorbeia Natural Park, a protected area that is found between the provinces of Álava and Vizcaya, in the Basque Country. The place is home to important and beautiful deciduous forests.
10 Most Beautiful Forests in The World (September 2020)