Planning a vacation involves taking into account the dream destinations you want to explore and the activities you want to spend your time doing. So, if you are looking for somewhere
with outstanding beauty and natural attractions, look no further than the USA.
You’ll never be far away from a fantastic attraction when you pay a visit to one of America’s 50 states. It’s the home of some of the finest natural landmarks in the world, which can provide travelers with an awe-inspiring experience they’re unlikely to forget in a hurry.
If you want to enjoy beautiful sights that will make your trip complete, simply read on to learn about the four most beautiful natural attractions in the USA.
At 20,310 feet, Denali in Alaska is easily the highest peak in North America and is one of the “Seven Summits,” which includes Mount Everest (the highest peak in the world). It is the focal point of Denali National Park, which offers an incredible six million acres of wilderness.
As the weather is extremely cold and Denali is in a remote location, the best way to
experience it for yourself is via a cruise. Don’t miss out on this breath-taking natural
attracting by adding a Modern Alaska Cruise with Celebrity onto your bucket list.
The Grand Canyon, Source: tripsavvy.com
2. The Grand Canyon, Arizona
It’s fair to say the Grand Canyon in Arizona is one of the most popular attractions in the United States, as it offers a unique landscape that measures one mile deep and 18 miles wide. It also stretches for a whopping 277 river miles.
There are various ways you can experience the beauty of the Grand Canyon for yourself. For example, you can visit it by car, helicopter or via a skywalk. If you love a little adventure, you can even take a hike to the Grand Canyon.
Niagara Falls, source: Flickr
3. Niagara Falls, New York
Niagara Falls is shared between both the United States and Canada, as it’s located along the US border in northern New York. If you visit Niagara Falls via the US side, you can enter Niagara Falls State Park, which is also the oldest state park in America.
Here you can enjoy the three falls that make Niagara Falls: Horseshoe Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and American Falls. Book a Maid of the Mist boat tour to visit the stunning sight for yourself – but make sure you take plenty of waterproof clothing!
Yellowstone National Park, Grand Prismatic hot spring, source: Forbes
4. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
You’ll want to have your camera ready from the moment you step inside Yellowstone
National Park, which is located in Wyoming, as well as in part of both Montana and Idaho. You cannot help but be blown away by the many spectacular canyons and mountains, forests, wildlife, and rivers. It also offers the largest collection of geysers in the world – most famously Old Faithful, which erupts every 60 to 110 minutes for between 1.5 to 5 minutes. Yellowstone National Park is, however, incredibly popular with tourists, so it would be wise to arrive early to beat the crowds. For the same reason, you should book a lodge or campground as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.