5Cairngorm National Park
Established in the year 2003, this park is perfectly fit for those who wish to have some fun and adventure. In the park, you will come across the Cairngorms range of mountains and the hills. Engaging and adventurous activities such as mountain biking, hill walking and some water sports may be enjoyed in the park. You may also enjoy events including Husky Rally and Whisky Festival that are organized at different times of the year.
Credited for being the first International Dark Sky Reserve across Europe, this park has wonderful and distinct natural environment. There are historic wooded valleys, romantic open moorland and striking Heritage Coast. You can see the tallest tree and the highest cliffs of England in the park. Additionally, there are around 250 species of birds and more than 1000 species of flowering plants and grasses therein.
3Pembrokeshire National Park
Set up in the year 1952, this park boasts off being the only national park that has got its designation due to its impressive coastline all through United Kingdom. The landscape of this park consists of rocky cliffs, wooded estuaries, wild inland hills and the sandy beaches. You can visit the Daugleddau Estuary, Caldey Island, Pembrokeshire coast and the St Bride’s Bay coast as well as the Preseli Hills in the park.
2Northumberland National Park
With its official symbol curlew, this park is comprised of numerous distinct areas. There are rolling moorlands, Cheviot Hills and Kielder Forest in the park. You will be amazed to see the central section of the Roman Hadrian’s Wall therein. Also, you can explore various archaeological sites in the park.
1Southdown National Park
Some of the most breathtaking scenarios of natural beauty are available in this modern national park. You can visit the chalk hills of the South Downs, western Weald and the National Trail named South Downs Way. Varieties of wildlife can also be seen and experienced very closely in this wonderful park.