1. Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve contains some of the world’s most impressive tidewater glaciers. You will love to see humpback whales and puffins. Alaska also offers the visitors a fantastic selection of exciting wilderness adventures like Bird watching, (there are around 274 species of birds) and Sport fishing opportunities abound for both fresh and saltwater fish.
If you’re wanting a more adventurous visit, you can go sea kayaking in Glacier Bay and make Lamplugh Glacier a stop on your route.
2. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, is a massive gorge carved out by the Colorado River over millions of years Lipan Point, with wide views of the canyon and Colorado River, is a popular, especially at sunrise and sunset.
Some more places you can visit here are Bright Angel Hiking Trail, Desert View Drive, Wildlife Viewing, Lookout Studio and the Kolb Gallery.
3. Rainbow Falls, California
Rainbow Falls is the highest waterfall on the Middle Fork of the San Joaquin River, in the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains of California, in the United States.
You can hike from Devils postpone or drive to the trailhead for Rainbow Falls only if you are a good swimmer else don’t take a chance. Just enjoy!
4. Zabriskie Point, California
Zabriskie Point offers a stunning panorama of the badlands in Death Valley National Park. It is composed of sediments from Furnace Creek Lake, which dried up 5 million years ago. The views from Zabriskie Point are impressive in every direction.
5. Panama City Beach, Florida
Panama City Beach is a waterfront town and vacation destination in northwest Florida.
It is known for miles of white-sand beaches fronting the calm, clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Panama City Beach fishing is world-famous, and fisherman can troll for multiple varieties of fish in the waters including Blue Marlin, Red Snapper, Mackerel, Trout, Pompano and Cobia.
6. Consolidated Gold Mine (Dahlonega) Georgia
The Consolidated Mine was a gold mine in Lumpkin County, Georgia, United States, just east of Dahlonega. Gold was first discovered in the Dahlonega area in 1828. It also has a number of beautiful waterfalls.
7. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is located on the “Big Island” of Hawaii.
There are five volcanoes that make up the island of Hawaii. They are Kohala, Mauna Kea, Hualalai, Mauna Loa, and Kilauea.
8. Mount Rushmore, South Dakota
Mount Rushmore National Park was the brainchild of Doane Robinson, known as the “Father of Mount Rushmore”. The sculpture features four presidents, who shaped America’s history: Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt.
Do You Know?
Sculptor Gutzon Borglum and 400 workers spent 14 years carving this mountain in South Dakota’s Black Hills.
9. Cancun, Mexico
The city is on the Caribbean Sea and is one of Mexico’s easternmost points. Cancun hosts the Maya Barrier reef, which is the second largest coral reef in the world.
It just doesn’t get much better than the sunny, beautiful beaches in Cancun. The people are friendly, the food tropical and very varied for all tastes, and the activities non-stop. You would love every minute of it and can’t wait to go back.
10. Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia
The Blue Ridge Mountains are noted for having a bluish color when seen from a distance. This is due to trees releasing a substance called Isoprene into the air.
Some famous tourist attractions, such as the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Shenandoah National Park, Luray Caverns, Natural Bridge and the Blue Ridge Parkway.
11. San Antonio, Texas
San Antonio is a major city in south-central Texas with a rich colonial heritage. The Alamo, a 18th-century Spanish mission preserved as a museum, marks 1836 battle for Texan independence from Mexico.
San Antonio is the only city in Texas with a knife ban on those with a locking blade.
12. Lake Tahoe, Nevada
Lake Tahoe is a blast of amazing clear blue water surrounded by high mountains. The lake was formed about two-million-year-old freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and half in California.
It is the second deepest lake in the U.S. with a depth of 1,645 ft. Originally inhabited by the Washoe people, the area is now home to a number of ski resorts as well as boating, fishing, water skiing, mountain biking, and hiking activities.
USA has everything that you ever dream about. You just need a right guide and zeal to explore such places !!!