UNESCO Global Geoparks Network

In 2005 Fforest Fawr Geopark became a member of the Global Network of National Geoparks assisted by UNESCO. This network was formally established as the UNESCO Global Geoparks Network in November 2015 with Fforest Fawr UNESCO Global Geopark as one of the 120 founding members. The Network encourages the exchange of knowledge, expertise, experience and staff between Geoparks.

Members of UNESCO Global Geoparks Network outside Europe

List as at April 2019. Please be aware that the websites of most of the Chinese Geoparks are in Chinese script. However, those marked with an * are available in English language versions. There are now 148 Geoparks in 41 countries worldwide. A list of the members of the Global Geoparks Network can also be viewed here. See here for a list of Geoparks in Europe.

Global Geoparks 2018

Global Geoparks 2019

Brazil

Canada

Chile

  • Kütralkura Geopark – NEW in 2019

China

Ecuador

  • Imbabura – NEW in 2019

Indonesia

  • Batur Geopark
  • Ciletuh – Palabuhanratu Geopark – NEW in 2018
  • Gunung Sewu Geopark
  • Rinjani-Lombok Geopark – – NEW in 2018

Iran

  • Qeshm Island Geopark

Japan

Malaysia

Mexico

  • Comarca Minera Geopark, Hidalgo
  • Mixteca Alta Geopark, Oaxac

Morocco

  • M’Goun Global Geopark

Peru

  • Colca y Volcanes de Andagua Geopark – NEW in 2019

South Korea

Tanzania

  • Ngorongoro Lengai Geopark – NEW in 2018

Thailand

  • Satun Geopark – NEW in 2018

Uruguay

Vietnam

  • Cao Bang Geopark – NEW in 2018
  • Dong Van Karst Plateau Geopark