Endau Rompin National Park is home to pristine rainforest, clear waterfalls, elephants – maybe even Malayan Tigers and critically endangered Sumatran Rhino.
Hiking Maria Island National Park offers treks to lofty lookout points, white sand beaches, peaceful campsites, and ruins from the island’s convict past.
Taman Negara is Malaysia’s oldest park and protects some of the oldest tropical rainforest on the planet. Hikes range from under an hour to multi-day treks.
How do Patagonia’s most famous hiking destinations: Torres del Paine in Chile, Fitz Roy (Los Glaciares National Park) in Argentina, and Isla Navarino in Tierra del Fuego, compare?
Montecristo National Park El Trifinio was El Salvador’s first protected area. Bordering Honduras and Guatemala, Montecristo offers beautiful cloud forest hikes.
Located in southern Iceland, Landmannalaugar is a centre for hiking, with spectacular multi-coloured mountains, volcanoes, and lava fields.
Tajumulco, at 13,845 ft (4220 m) is the highest mountain in Guatemala and Central America. The high altitude hike offers fantastic views across the surrounding landscape, the chance to witness a spectacular sunrise, and a deep, dramatic volcanic crater.
The Fimmvörðuháls Pass is one of Iceland’s most famous hikes, starting in Þórsmörk and running between the Eyjafjallajökull and Mýrdalsjökull glaciers.
Celaque National Park is home to Honduras’ highest peak, Cerro Las Minas. At a height of 2,870 metres the summit can be reached on a two or three day hike.
Perquin offers several small tourist attractions plus some short hiking routes with spectacular views where you are virtually guaranteed peace and solitude.