Explore Nature With The Chimani National Park Guides App

May 1, 2019

Category: Tech

There are 419 beautiful national parks in the United States, enough for a lifetime’s worth of adventures. However, it can be overwhelming to learn about each one and truly appreciate the finer details. To learn about the history of each national park, you can download the convenient Chimani National Park Guides App and elevate your knowledge while you’re outdoors.

Subscribe to the Chimani app and you’ll be able to access national park guides written by local experts for the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. You’ll have all the information at your fingertips, including facilities, hikes, shuttle bus and train schedules, and GPS-enabled topographic maps with all the vital details. There are even audio tours available for the top 10 most popular parks. And you can verify your visits to national parks with the app’s check-in feature. The subscription for the app is available now for $30 a year.

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