The United States
USA is home to some of the most awe-inspiring natural wonders in the world. With the country’s sheer size, there are literally thousands of beautiful sights to see.
Walt Disney World (Orlando)
It’s called the Happiest Place on Earth and offers a lot to justify the name:four major theme parks, international cuisine, traveling characters, parades, fireworks, and impressive nightlife.
The Statue of Liberty
The national monument was a gift from France, representing the promise of freedom and democracy in the U.S., and Ellis Island — now the home of a museum of the island’s history — was the gateway through which 12 million immigrants entered.
Empire State Building
The Empire State Building is a 102-story Art Deco skyscraper on 5th Avenue between West 33rd and 34th Streets in Midtown Manhattan, New York City.
Golden Gate Bridge
The iconic suspension bridge is considered one of the most beautiful and recognizable in the country.
Big Sur – California
A winding drive through California’s central coast offers views of beautiful beaches, steep cliffs, and access to plenty of hiking.
The Navajo tribal park is noteworthy especially for its sandstone towers, reaching heights of 400 to 1,000 feet, and surrounded by miles of red desert.
Redwood National Park
The old-growth temperate rainforests of Northern California have some of the world’s tallest and most awe-inspiring trees,..but the park itself also contains wild rivers, serene prairies, and vibrant wildlife.
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone is the country’s first national park, and it’s home to most of the world’s geysers, grassy valleys, and wild herds of bison and elk.
Rocky mountain National Park
The park has more than 300 miles of hiking trails that travel up mountain ridges, past crystal lakes, through fields of wildflowers, and among a world of wildlife.
Gran Canyon National Park
The massive canyon of the Colorado River is a mile deep and about 10 miles across, and draws millions of visitors for its breathtaking views and hikes.