There are of course a whole lot of places to explore across the world, so we thought of starting with our very own, USA. If you are in the states or are planning a vacation in the US, check out our list of places you should visit during your stay. There is something for everyone on this list- beach lovers, nature enthusiasts, beer aficionados, history admirers, road trippers, dice rollers; we have got you all covered. So whatever is your upcoming dream vacation, we got some U-S of-A to inspire your travel.
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1. Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska
2. Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Antelope Canyon is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona and has two distinct sections referred to as ’The Crack’ and ‘The corkscrew’.
3. Oneonta Gorge
The Oneonta Gorge is in the Columbia River Gorge located in the American state of Oregon with a unique variety of aquatic and woodland vegetation. Oneonta creek runs through the gorge and has four major waterfalls.
4. Niagara Falls, New York
The most popular spot for tourists!
5. Times Square, New York City
The neon hub of New York which never sleeps. Iconified as ‘The Crossroads of the World, ‘The Center of the Universe’ and ‘The Great White Way’ is one of the world’s busiest pedestrian intersections and a major center of the worlds entertainment industry.
6. Skagit Valley Tulip Fields, Washington
Located in the Washington State, Skagit Valley Tulip fields ia a major tourist attraction between April 1-30 when these awesome flowers bloom.
7. Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, Colorado
Located in the Elk Mountains of Central Colarado, this wilderness area had over 100 miles of trails. The closest city is Aspen.
8. Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida
The park is located west of Key West in the Gulf of Mexico and is noted for its abundant sea life, tropical birds, colorful coral reefs, legends of shipwrecks and sunken treasures!
9. Zion National Park, Utah
Located near Springdale, Utah, this national park is spread through 229 square mile with a prominent feature, Zion Canyon (15 miles long) that cuts through reddish and tan colored Navajo Sandstone by the North Fork of the Virgin River.
10. Watkins Glen State Park, New York
While Niagara Falls is a wonderful sight, you shouldn’t miss this lesser known fantasy located south of Seneca Lake in the Finger Lakes region called the Rainbow bridge and falls.
11. Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Orlando
Relive the American dream by visiting the dream world of Mickey Mouse and Cinderella with exotic rides to thrill.
12. Yosemite Valley, California
This 8-mile glacial valley covered in pine and surrounded by granite summits of Half dome and El Capitan is surely picture-perfect. It is a California beauty that shouldn’t be missed.
13. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming
Located in the Yellowstone National Park, this natural pool of Rainbow like colors is the largest hot spring in US and the third largest in the world.
14. Palouse Falls, Washington
Located in the Washington state of US, this enchanting beauty is worth the watch.
15. Thor’s Well, Oregon
Along Cape Perpetua is the mesmerixing Thor’s well; a salwater fountain driven by the power of ocean tide. It breathtaking view is best experienced an hour before and after high tide. And visitors should proceed with caution as it is also highly dangerous.
16. The Wave, Arizona
Its located in Parla Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs near the Arizona-Utah Border. This sandstone rock formation looks like a giant canvas and is known for its vibrant colors.
17. Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada
This freshwater lake is the largest alpine lake in North America. The clear waters and the surrounding trees make it an ideal vacation spot.
18. Bryce Canyon, Utah
Roughly fifty miles from Zion National Park, , this large natural amphitheatrer is famous for its hoodoos; geological structures formed by forst weather and steam erosion in red, orange and white colors.
19. Northern Lights, Alaska
The Northern Lights in Alsaka is one of the most beautiful wonders of the world. The best place to see it is Fairbanks and Anchorage from September to April.
20. Horseshoe Bend, Arizona
This horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River is located near Page, Arizona.
21. Hamilton Pool, Texas
Just outside of Austin, this natural pool was created when the dome of an underground river collapsed due to massive erosion thousands of years ago.
22. Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico
Located in Carlsbad National Park which is home to more than 119 caves formed from limestone and sulfuric acid.
23. Mount Rushmore, South Dakota
Known as the largest work of art on Earth, the sculpture features the faces of four iconoclastic US presidents.
24. Grand Canyon, Arizona
Volcanic Features and sandstone canyon walls, this is a welcoming venue all year round.
25. South Beach, Miami
Visit America’s iconic beach at Miami. Enough said!
26. Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Visit the 1.7 mile long bridge connecting San Francisco and Marin county.
27. Las Vegas, Nevada
A tip to the US is incomplete without Vegas. The adventure is just about to start in this amazing city.
29. Millenium Park, Chicago
Experience the giant images of fellow Chicagoans on a 50-foot high glass tower which emits a cool fountain. Not to miss ‘The Bean’ with its gleaming polished steel commanding a few pictures to get clicked.
30. Hollywood, Los Angeles
A visit to the states is incomplete without Hollywood.