Friday, 12 July 2013

Go to the world best fantastic forests and feel the beauty of green



1.Whirinaki Forest Park: 

Whirinaki Forest Park, New Zealand Amazingly tall trees, rushing rivers, a wide variety of habitats and a fascinating past combine to create Whirinaki Forest.Today Whirinaki’s beauty is protected for everyone to enjoy through a comprehensive network of walks, tracks and huts with a range of opportunities for visitors.


The park is about 100 km south east of Rotorua on State Highway 38. It is within a two hour drive of Rotorua, Taupo and Whakatane.

2.Black Forest:

 Birthplace of fairy tale lore and a world famous dessert, Germany’s Black Forest evokes an unparalleled sense of romance and bygone era enchantment.

Black Forest























The pine and fir forest is essentially a rectangular-shaped woodland mountain range in Baden-Württemberg, replete with spectacular hamlets like Freiburg, Baden Baden, Calw, Furtwangen and Staufen. For a typical Old Europe experience, you can’t do much better.

3.Daintree Forest:



Situated in north of the city of Cairns, Australia, in Queensland, the Daintree Forest is the most unique rainforest in Australia and also the most diverse in the world. With thousands of different animals, birds, plans and reptiles, the forest contains distinguished examples of fauna and flora, representing eight different stages in the evolutionary history of the earth.
 The Daintree Rainforest contains 18% of the bird species of Australia, 30% of the marsupial, reptile and frog species, 65% of the Australian's butterfly and bat species, along with more than 12,000 species of insects. Due to boardwalk access, people could easily guide themselves through these living museums with thousands of flora and fauna species, which have survived major climate change and various natural for over 135 years. 

4.Amazon Rainforest:

 It has been often described as the "Lungs of our Planet", because 20% of the world's oxygen is produced exactly by the Amazon Rainforest. As a result of past human influence and reflecting environmental conditions, the Amazon is made up of a mosaic of ecosystems, such as:  flooded forests, rainforests, seasonal forests and savannas. The Amazon Rainforest is believed to be home to more than half of the world's species of flora and fauna.


Some of the most beautiful and most dangerous creatures of the planet inhabit the Forest. Among them, special attention deserve: the spider monkey, the golden lion tamarin, the giant anteater, the giant river otter, the amazonian manatee, the macaw and many more. Numerous plants that grow in the soil of the Amazon Rainforest are now used by the scientists for production of drugs for diabetes, arthritis, AIDS or cancer. Except for its spectacular beauty, the Amazon Rainforest is significant for being also a whimsical source of life.

 5.Palatinate Forest: 

Mainz, with over 200,000 people, is the lovely capital city of the Rhineland-Palatinate federal state in Germany. With a beautiful old town and several fine museums, the principal allure of Mainz is the Palatinate Forest.
Together with the Vosges range in France, the Palatinate forms a precious UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. For ancient ruins, castles, wine tours and outdoor recreation, the forest is one of the best in Europe.

1 comments:

Alix lion said...

So scary! I love adventure and most outstanding scene to see. Beautiful photography! It is my hobby! However due to my great interest in different but interesting things I adopt travel field. It is one of the best ways to see the inseparable creation of GOD. In the coming hot season I must visit all these forest. So I really thank full to you for this unique sharing and provide me a new idea to change my taste.

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