Nature lovers prefer to explore fascinating regions of destinations and countries of their choice for their excursions. Although forests have always been a dazzling component due to their enormity and secrets in many countries, many of these countries attach great importance to their tourist sites from forests, especially because they know their importance in attracting tourists. In this context, we will introduce you today to the 10 coolest forests from around the world that you can place on your list to discover the world!
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- Sagano Bamboo Forest – Japan
- Giant Sequoia Monument – United States
- Redwood National Park – United States
- Black Forest – Germany
- Crooked Forest – Poland
- Jiuzhaigou Valley – China
- Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve – Costa Rica
- Daintree Forest – Australia
- Amazon Forest – South America
- National Olympic Forest – USA
Sagano Bamboo Forest – Japan
This gorgeous forest full of wonderful bamboo trees is located in Arashiyama, to the west of Kyoto, Japan. It is possible to organize special trips to it through reservation in the specialized tours.
Giant Sequoia Monument – United States
This forest, located in the south of the famous Sierra Nevada mountains in California, is named after the massive Sequoia trees that surround the forest from all sides. The huge forest covers an area of 4,829 square kilometers!
Redwood National Park – United States
This forest consists of 4 parks in the US state of California, where about 45% of the state’s tree wealth is protected, especially the Sequoia Semprevirens, which are among the tallest in the world at all.
Black Forest – Germany
Called in German, Schwarzwald, it is a forest located Baden-Wurrttembertg in southwest Germany, bordered by the famous Rhine Valley to the west and south. Its name “Black Forest” comes from the Romens who gave it to it because it blocks most of the sunlight from reaching inside the forest.
Crooked Forest – Poland
A beautiful pine forest designed by the government in 1930 by planting about 400 pine trees. Strangely, there is a debate about how these trees grow in this distinctive way as they are today, where theories range from using a technique that is no longer used today and others favor the theory of their innate growth by taking these shapes … A third theory remains that the blows of the Third World War did not completely destroy the trees. But it changed the way it grows inward!
Jiuzhaigou Valley – China
“Valley of the Nine Villages” in Sichuan Province, China, is a great location, distinguished by its varied levels of waterfalls, its colorful lakes, and of course its magnificent tall trees. It has been classified as a UNESCO heritage since 1992.
Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve – Costa Rica
A protected forest was also named after the nearest village, Moteverde. Covering an area of 10,500 hectares, it is a tropical forest visited by more than 70,000 people a year. The forest has 6 ecological regions and 90% of its area is still a virgin … in the forest a stunning biological diversity with more than 2500 species of plants, 100 types of mammals, 400 species of birds, etc.
Daintree Forest – Australia
A rainforest in the northeast coast of Queensland, Australia. Perhaps this forest is the oldest tropical forest on Earth, as scientists believe it was found 110 million years ago! Of course in the forest there are countless types of creatures, including the most famous Australian animal, the kangaroo.
Amazon Forest – South America
It is impossible to compile a list of the most spectacular forests without mentioning the Amazon jungle that extends over many parts of the South American continent. It covers an area of 5,500,500 square kilometers and passes in 9 countries, where 60% of its area is in Brazil, and the rest is between Peru, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana. The Amazon represents more than half of the rest of the world’s tropical forests and includes the richest biological diversity among the world’s forests. Although parts of the forest are still discovered, other parts are dedicated to tourist trips and offer the strongest adventures to lovers of the jungle life as many films depict it.
National Olympic Forest – USA
In American Washington, we find the National Olympic Forest, which is one of the largest temperate forests in the world, and is considered the most humid place in the United States.
Crooked Forest in Poland
the black Forest
Bamboo forest in Japan
A scene from the Black Forest
From the Amazon jungle
Washington Olympic jungle
Redwood National Park
Giant Sequoia Monument
Giant Sequoia Monument
Redwood National Park