5. Ahaggar National Park, Algeria
With its other-worldly Sahara landscapes, this vast park is a stunning landscape. Home to the Tuareg people, the park is home to both mountains and sand dunes. Located in southern Algeria, the park covers more than 173,745 square miles. Home to a rare cheetah population, the park is also graced by a 3,000 meter mountain, Mount Tahat. As one of the more remote national parks on the planet, getting there is part of the overall experience.