Rarest forest in the world
Hallerbos Forest, Belgium: Tt is a unique forest area located mainly in the Halle district of Europe’s Belgium. It gets its name due to the beautiful purple carpet of bluebells.
Amazon Rainforest, South America: Amazon Rainforest covers an area of 2,300,000 square miles. This region is better known for its high rainfall, high humidity, and monotonously high temperatures.
Black Forest, Germany: Germany’s one of the most scenic places, the Black Forest situated in an extensive mountain range in Baden-Württemberg of southwestern Germany.
Great Bear Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada: It covers an area of around 6.5 million hectares. The region can receive almost 2-3 meters of rainfall a year, located close to the Bella Coola’s.
Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan, China: It becomes a beautiful colorful landscape during the autumn. Visitors were attracted to these forests and went there to experience the scenic areas’ beauty.
Sagano Bamboo Forest, Japan: It is one of the extreme natural environments in entire Japan, not only because of the forest’s natural beauty but also due to the sound.
Redwood National Park, California, USA: It covers almost 131,983 acres in Humboldt County, and Del Norte County, California, lies in the Pacific time zone.
Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve: Without a doubt, Monteverde is the best cloud forest in all of Costa Rica. It is one of the essential cloud forests for those who look for adventure
Crooked Forest, Poland: We can see all the trees in this forest uniformly deformed. The pine trees in this forest look like potbellied stick figures.
Daintree Forest, Queensland, Australia: It is a region on the north of Cairns in the tropical north and covers approximately 460 square miles. It is one of the most diverse and beautiful forests.