By Megan Smith, USA TODAY EditorThe National Park Service has announced its 2020 itinerary for the Americas’ most famous tourist attraction.
The park service will open new locations to visitors from September, with the majority of the new venues featuring nude attractions, including the world’s largest naked pool, the most famous “hotel” in Argentina and the country’s largest nude beach.
A total of 30 parks will be open at the end of the year, including 15 in South America and the Caribbean.
The parks will have five or six full-time staff to handle their upkeep.
The most notable addition is the first National Park in the Americas to offer naked pools and the world-famous Hotel de la Reina de San Pedro.
In Argentina, visitors will see the “Naked Aquarium” and “Nude Beach” as well as the “Hotel de la Salud” on the continent.
Visitors will also have the opportunity to experience “Nudes with Lingerie” and the “Fiesta de la Paz.”
Visitors will also be able to visit the “Polar Bear” exhibit and “Titanic of the Caribbean” exhibit.
In South America, visitors can visit the national parks of Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru and Brazil, as well the cities of San Miguel de Allende, Santa Cruz, San Antonio and Quito.
The first two attractions in the Caribbean, the “Monkey Island” and “Panther Island,” will open this year, while the “King of the Jungle” exhibit in Panama and “Lucky Seven” exhibit at Panama City will open in 2020.
The Caribbean’s largest national park, the National Park of Antigua and Barbuda, will open next year.
The park is located on the British Virgin Islands and has more than 300 parks and more than 2,000 islands.
The majority of National Park attractions will be new and the majority will be nude.
Visitors can explore all of the national park’s attractions in person.