We all know living alone in a restricted condition without any travel and leisure, how can be annoying and boring. So, now as we see the current condition is improving, it’s time to plan an enjoyable trip for having fun to relax, and relieve stress. (Thanks to the science of vaccination.)
When I was thinking about the best places for making a delightful experience of the journey, I realized that there are many beautiful places in my country that I have never visited so far. While from the Empire State Building to the Grand Canyon, America has countless iconic sites within its borders.
Make a good memory beside your friends and family by traveling to these attractive places in USA.
Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming
Yellowstone is one of the most famous and breathtaking national parks in the United States which Established in 1872 by President Ulysses S. Grant. Yellowstone actually stretches across parts of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, and about 96% of this national park is located in Wyoming.
This oldest park is famous for its spectacular scenery, diverse ecosystems, and fascinating geothermal wonders. Yellowstone is home to the world’s largest number of active geysers (including iconic Old Faithful), hot springs, wildlife like grizzly bears, bison, wolves, elk. In addition, you can find America’s best inexpensive steakhouses there. If you go to Yellowstone National Park, certainly visit the Morning Glory Pool.
Deep Blue Like Crater Lake in Oregon
Pure beauty and awe collide at your first sight of Crater Lake in Oregon. Crater Lake was formed from the collapse of Mount Mazama, a volcano in southern Oregon that once stood about 11,000 feet tall. A series of destructive eruptions around 5000 BC caused the mountain’s peak to collapse into its lava chamber, resulting in a caldera nearly six miles wide. Over time, snowmelt and rain collected in the crater to form the intensely blue lake, which at 1,949 feet deep, is presently the deepest in the USA.
Visit in the winter for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, sledding, and cold-weather activities. Those who prefer warmer amusements can opt for a summer vacation filled with hiking, biking, swimming, and boat tours.
Travel to the Past: St. Augustine, Florida
St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States, on the northeast coast of Florida (Founded in 1565). It’s known for its Spanish colonial architecture as well as Atlantic Ocean beaches like sandy St. Augustine Beach and tranquil Crescent Beach. The beaches at Anastasia State Park are fabulous for swimming, fishing, hiking, canoeing, and kayaking.
The Castillo de San Marcos is a 17th-century Spanish stone fortress with views of the St. Augustine Inlet. A tour here can set the scene of an early St. Augustine and giving you insight into America’s oldest town. If you go there don’t forget to visit the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse.
Salem is a historic coastal city in Essex County, Massachusetts located in the North Shore region. As it stands today, the city of Salem is both a reminder of a dark past and a spot that attracts numerous tourists each year. It’s home to multiple historic homes and attractions but is most famous for its witch-related haunts including a memorial that honors those executed during the infamous Witch Trials.
Acadia National Park in Maine
Acadia National Park an Atlantic coast recreation area on Maine’s Mount Desert Island is one of America’s most popular national parks. Unfortunately, it doesn’t get the same attention as other U.S. National Parks, but it’s well worth the trip.
woodland, rocky beaches, and glacier-scoured granite peaks such as Cadillac Mountain, colorful flora, and scenic lakes make up this 49,000-acre park. The Ocean Path trail is a great way to see the most beautiful segment of Park Loop Road. Among the wildlife are moose, bear, whales, and seabirds. The bayside town of Bar Harbor, with restaurants and shops, is a popular gateway.
Sequoia National Park in California
have you ever heard about the giant trees, Sequoia? A visit to the stunning forest filled with giant trees is a reminder that Mother Nature has forged on for thousands of years. Sequoia National Park is another American national park in the southern Sierra Nevada east of Visalia, California. The park is notable for its giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman Tree, the largest tree on Earth by volume.
The park’s notable attractions include Mount Whitney, the World’s Largest Tree, and Tunnel Log.
Santa Fe City, New Mexico
It is considered one of the world’s great art cities, due to its many art galleries and installations, and is recognized by UNESCO’s Creative Cities Network. Cultural highlights include Santa Fe Plaza and the Palace of the Governors, and the Fiesta de Santa Fe, as well as distinct New Mexican cuisine restaurants and New Mexico music performances. Among the numerous art galleries and installations are, for example, the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, as is a gallery by cartoonist Chuck Jones, along with newer art collectives such as Meow Wolf.
Arty Santa Fe enchants visitors with the views of the mountains, the culture, the shopping, the restaurants, the wineries. You can admire centuries-old adobe architecture, browse dozens of galleries, and indulge in outdoor adventure. The name of the city of Santa Fe means “Holy Faith” in Spanish. I think this is one of the places in the US to travel after a long time of being alone.
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