The top 10 destinations to explore in the United States



Glacier National Park, Montana, Canada

This Montana national park offers breathtaking glaciers, over 700 lakes, two mountain ranges, and numerous waterfalls. Hiking is a popular activity, with trails ranging from easy options like Rocky Point to challenging routes such as Grinnell Glacier and the Highline Trail. Don't miss the stunning Going-to-the-Sun Road, open from late June to October. In summer, enjoy kayaking, canoeing, and fishing, while winter offers opportunities for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Keep an eye out for wildlife like moose, bears, and elk.



The island of Maui

Hawaiian Island

Maui, the "Valley Isle," is Hawaii's second largest island. It's renowned for stunning beaches, the sacred ʻĪao Valley, whale watching in winter, farm-to-table cuisine, and breathtaking sunrise/sunset views from Haleakalā. Condé Nast Traveler readers have consistently voted Maui as the "Best Island in the U.S." for over 20 years.

Grand Canyon National Park, Northern Arizona



Visit Grand Canyon National Park for awe-inspiring views. Hike the Bright Angel and North Kaibab trails, go whitewater rafting on the Colorado River, or take a helicopter tour. You'll be amazed by the towering rock formations and vast vistas of this magnificent natural wonder.



Honolulu - Oahu

Oahu offers a blend of city and beach experiences. Enjoy Waikiki Beach, but explore quieter options like Waimanalo Bay Beach Park. Don't miss the historic Pearl Harbor sites in Honolulu. Oahu is a year-round paradise with pleasant weather.


Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is an outdoor paradise with stunning peaks, lakes, and geothermal wonders. Explore the colorful pools, forests, and geysers in its vast expanse. Encounter resident wildlife like buffalo, elk, and grizzlies. It's a truly extraordinary experience in over 3,000 square miles of natural beauty.


Zion National Park

Colorado Plateau , Great Basin

Zion National Park in Utah offers breathtaking panoramas. Hike the thrilling Angels Landing (permits required) or try the easy Pa'rus Trail. For a challenge, explore the Narrows, wading through narrow waters. Prepare for awe-inspiring views and unforgettable experiences.


Yosemite National Park


Yosemite National Park in California is a breathtaking natural wonder. Explore towering waterfalls, ancient sequoia trees, and stunning rock formations. The iconic landmarks of Half Dome and El Capitan are found in Yosemite Valley. Enjoy excellent hiking trails and immerse yourself in the park's awe-inspiring beauty.


Olympic National Park


Olympic National Park offers adventure and natural beauty across 1 million acres. Hike in the Hoh Rain Forest, enjoy scenic Hurricane Ridge, and explore Lake Crescent. It's a top spot for stargazing, with minimal light pollution. Visit in summer for free astronomy programs, low precipitation, and pleasant mid-70s temperatures.




Eastern Utah

Moab, Utah, offers easy access to both Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. Marvel at stunning red rock formations before exploring the charming downtown with cafes and shops. Enjoy rafting on the Colorado River, mountain biking, Jeep tours, and even winter activities like skiing and snowshoeing. With less than 10 inches of rainfall annually, Moab is an outdoor adventurer's paradise.


Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

California and Nevada

Lake Tahoe, on the California-Nevada border, is an incomparable beauty. With breathtaking cliffs, majestic mountains, and crystal-clear waters, it's one of America's most stunning destinations. Explore miles of hiking trails, scenic vistas, and excellent skiing. A must-visit for its unparalleled natural splendor.

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