Biscayne National Park, Florida
What makes this US national park unique is that 95% of it is located underwater! Biscayne National Park is 173,000 acres of Caribbean-like crystal-clear water that is swept by the shallow seagrass of Biscayne Bay. This area and down towards the Florida Keys is the third largest coral reef in the world! The vibrant park is at Miami’s doorstep and consists of 30 islets and deep forests of mangroves.
The park is also home to some of the most incredible snorkeling and scuba diving in the United States. You can even swim with manatees and 200 other fish species, like coral bites and silver tooth barracuda!
Be aware that you will often find rain in the afternoons at the Florida national park during summer and autumn. In fall, you can expect the possibility of tropical storms and hurricanes. So your best bet is to visit in spring.
This next park looks like it’s out of a movie…..