1. Carlsbad Cavern – New Mexico, USA
Carlsbad Caverns National Park is a national park administered by the US National Park Service, covering an area of 3,734 square kilometers, located near the city of Carlsbad, in the United States of America, New Mexico.
Carlsbad Cave, which is among the most famous national parks in America, draws attention with its natural formations with interesting appearances such as the Witch Finger rock. Cave visitors can hike through the natural entrance on their own or take the elevator up from the visitor center.
The park entrance is located on US Highway 62/180 approximately 18 miles (29 km) southwest of Carlsbad
The park has two entries on the National Register of Historic Places: Caverns Historic Site and Rattlesnake Springs Historic Site. About two-thirds of the park has been set aside for wildlife, helping to ensure that no future changes to the habitat are made.