Best Natural places to pitch your tent

Best Natural places on the world to pitch your tent

Have you gone camping in a tent? If yes, did you enjoy the whole experience? Now, let us guide at some of the places, which you can camp in tents and have an amazing experience …you, will never regret. The amazing view of your surrounding through the tent door will always inspire you to explore more in your camping adventure.

10. California Sugarloaf Ridge, USA

California Sugarloaf Ridge, USA

Natural paths

Sugarloaf Ridge is a State Park found in Northern California, U.S.A specifically in Mayacamas Mountains the north of Kenwood. The park bestrides the boundary between Napa and Sonoma countries. In the park, you come across Bald Mountain and the headwaters of Sonoma Creek, which is a twenty-five foot tall seasonal waterfall.

9. Canyonland National Park, Utah

Canyonland National Park, Utah

Must go canyon

Canyonlands National Park is situated in the southeastern Utah and near Moab town in the (U.S) United States. The National Parks preserve a very colorful landscape that is eroded into countless buttes, mesas, and canyons by the Green and Colorado rivers and their respective tributaries. This park is divided to four districts, which include Needles, Maze, the rivers themselves, and Island in the Sky.
While these vicinities share an archaic desert atmosphere, each area retains its own character and two very large river canyons have been carved into Colorado Plateau by the Green AND Colorado Rivers. The Canyonlands are magical, wonderful site and very weird place on the face of the earth. The geography of this park is suited to a number of amusing activities such as mountain bikers, backpackers, four-wheeler, and hikers.

8. The Californian Santa Cruz

The Californian Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz is the principal city and county seat of Santa Cruz County in California. In 2013, the Census Bureau in U.S estimated the population of Santa Cruz at 62,864. Located about 210 km (75 miles) south of San Francisco and 51 km (32 miles) south of San Jose on the northerly edge of Monterey Bay. Santa Cruz has a moderate climate and is well-known for its likely beauty and amazing coastline, socially liberal leanings, alternative community lifestyle, and redwood forests.
Santa Cruz is a home for Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, which is an oceanfront amusement park that has been in operation since 1907, and University of California – an education hub and premier research institution. In addition, the city of Santa Cruz was actually chartered in the year 1866 and the early industries include gunpowder, lime, lumber, and agriculture. In the late 19th century, Santa Cruz set itself up as a beach resort community.

7. Joshua Tree National Park, USA

Joshua Tree National Park, USA

Joshua Tree tent

Joshua Tree National Park was acknowledged a National park in the year 1994 when U.S Congress passed the (Public Law 103-433) California Desert Protection Act. Initially, it was a U.S National Monument since 1936. It is situated in southeastern California and was named for the Yucca brevifolia (Joshua trees) native to this park. The Park concealments a vast area of about 790,636 Acres where about 429,690 acres are designated wilderness land. This national park includes portions of two deserts Colorado Desert and Mojave Deserts where their ecosystem characteristics are basically determined by elevation. Little San Bernardino Mountains stretch all the way through the southwest edge of this park.

6. Koh Rong Sanloem in Cambodia

Koh Rong Sanloem in Cambodia

Cambodia awesome tent

Koh Rong Sanloem is an island that is located four kilometers on the south of Koh Rong Island, mainly off the coast of Sihanoukville in Cambodia. It is about nine kilometers long (from north to south), four kilometers wide (running east to west), and around a kilometer wide at the narrowest point. It is located about 25 km from the port of Sihanoukville and 23 km from Ochheuteal also known as Serendipity beach pier.

5. Mount Hood, McNeil Ridge, Oregon

Mount Hood, McNeil Ridge, Oregon

McNeil Ridges Tents

The McNeil Ridge, Mount Hood is a stratovolcano that is located in the north of Oregon, U.S.A and about fifty miles east of the Portland. It is the utmost Mountain in Oregon and most probably, it is one of the coolest places in USA where you can have an outdoor camping adventure.

4. Joffre Lakes, Canada in British Columbia

Joffre Lakes, Canada in British Columbia

Joffre Lakes

The provincial park is found in British Columbia, Canada and is primarily known as a climbing area. It was designated as a recreational site in 1988 because of the increasingly large number of guests who visited the place. However, in 1996, it was officially declared a Provincial Park. A glacier dominates the upper lake and therefore access of the glacier on summer requires proper knowledge, experience, and appropriate equipment. After reaching the upper lake further up on the side valley, you approach potential avalanche areas.

3. The Seti River

The Seti River

Seti river beauty

Seti River is a very important tributary of Karnali system, which drains in western Nepal. Seti originates from glacier and snowfield around the twin peaks of Nampa and Api in the slopes that face south of the main Himalayas Mountains. This site is near the tri-junction bordering China (Tibet) and Nepal, India (Uttarakhand, Kumaon). From the source, the river flows southeast, then changes the direction to the southwest, and finally flows in the southeastern direction before it joins Ghagra or Karnali River. This river has cut a magnificent gorge across Mahabharat Range, which appears to be lost amongst tunnels and caves for a short distance.

2. Homer Bay, Alaska

Homer Bay, Alaska

Pristine Homer Bay

This city is situated in Kenai Peninsula Borough U.S and specifically in the state of Alaska. Reports on the 2010 census state that the population was 5,003. It has been long referred to as “Halibut Fishing Capital of the Globe.”

1. Ross Lake National Recreation Area in U.S.A

Ross Lake National Recreation Area in U.S.A

Tents in Ross Lake

Ross Lake is a National Recreation Area that is located in the north central of Washington south of the Canadian border. This National Recreational Park the corridor of River Skagit from the Canadian Borders all the way to the western foothill of Cascades. It also includes three Reservoirs: Lake Diablo, Lake Ross, and the Gorge Lake. Additionally, the Skagit Hydroelectric Project, which is operated by the Seattle City Light, is a composition of these reservoirs.

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