Four MUST SEE National Parks for the most curious adventurers
It's no wonder where Karijini National Park gets its stunning natural features from. With gorges dappled across the park, there are so many hidden treasures to discover. Secluded swimming holes, breath-taking waterfalls, unique rock formations and vast open roads are just some of the incredible sights that THISWORLDEXISTS ambassador, Tom Jessett, explored and photographed.
Located inland off the western Australian coast, temperatures at Karijini can get extremely hot, easily reaching 40 degrees Celsius and over during summer. The best way to beat the heat is to explore early in the day or late in the evening, or take a dip in the refreshing, luscious waterholes.
Or take a break in the shade of the rocky crevasses throughout the park.
A popular destination visited by many tourists from all over the globe, Zion has some fantastic trails and must-see destinations. Located in the Utah desert, USA, and similar to Karijini, it gets pretty hot out there. Two of THISWORLDEXISTS' ambassadors, Kasey Crook and Wesley Hawkins visited Angel's Landing, one of the most popular destinations, and Observation Point, which is a lesser known destination in the park.
Not for the faint-hearted, the Angel's Landing hike is a strenuous journey, but worth it when you're met with these stunning views.
Aptly named Observation Point is a must-see, also boasting outrageous views across Zion.
Located in Arizona, USA, Grand Canyon National Park has many amazing things to see. THISWORLDEXISTS ambassador Julia Pelio checked out the wonderland that is Havasu Falls. This hike-in only destination boasts stunning clear blue water and beautiful waterfalls to enjoy.
After hiking in under hot temperatures, you'll be ready for a dip in these glorious swimming holes.
Located on the southernmost tip of Australia's mainland, Wilsons Prom is home to the famous Squeaky Beach, where the sand literally squeaks as you walk across it. Hot spots like Mt. Oberon and Tidal River attract thousands of tourists a year.
THISWORLDEXISTS Ambassador Annaliese FitzGerald captured some great scenes from Sealer's Cove, a beautiful, secluded inlet on the eastern side of the park.
The coastline is met with big hills and beautiful, pristine bushland. Watch out for snakes!