Wildlife Sanctuaries in UKLake District National Park, Snowdonia National Park, Peak District National Park, Dartmoor National Park, Yorkshire Dales National Park, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Exmoor National Park, Northumberland National Park, North York Moors National Park, and more.
The fifteen breathtaking national parks in United Kingdom are home to many valued landscapes of Wales, Scotland, and England. These national parks also shelter protected farms, cultural heritage, historical sites, rustic villages, and even markets that readily attract all kinds of travelers to encounter their thriving ecology.
Each national park and wildlife sanctuary in UK makes for a dedicated piece of populated area with a major portion of land owned privately, where the individuals settling in the villages and towns or farming the land participate in preserving the landscapes as well as wildlife of the place.
These national parks propel all kinds of tourists including wildlife enthusiasts, nature lovers, history buffs, and architecture enthusiasts. Tourists visiting these national parks usually spend time enjoying nature walks, boating, canoeing, mountain climbing, cycling, shopping souvenirs, fishing, and spotting rare wildlife species like ospreys, wild ponies, and native red squirrels.