Pinnacles National Park (United States) – Pinnacle National Park's 32 miles of trail are filled with bizarre rock spires and charming wildflowers, which are pollinated by 400 species of bees.
Patagonia Park (Chile) – More than a decade in the making, Patagonia Park recently opened to the public as a "private park in progress." This 660,000-acre reserve is on its way to becoming one of the largest new national parks of the 21st century, featuring reinvigorated populations of pumas, condors and endangered huemul deer.
Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument – Twice the size of Texas, the Pacific Remote Islands is the largest marine reserve in the world. It's said to hold a large number of undersea mountains with corals that provide a habitat for underwater life like tuna, turtles, manta ray and sharks.