If you are into caverns, then the Luray Caverns in Virginia is an amazing landscape that you need to visit. If you don’t have a fear of going underground, you will see sights that will be hard to explain. They natural formations are mind-boggling. It is a little on the chilly side so be sure to take a sweater. You don’t want to miss any of a cavern adventure.
The Mississippi River, lovingly called the Muddy Mississippi, is a very well known river. Barges transport materials up and down the river while pleasure boats enjoy the scenery. One of the best places to get up close and person with this river is in New Orleans, Louisiana. You can walk along the banks of the river and enjoy the majestic landscape and think of all the others who walked along that river and depended on it.
The Appalachian Trail begins in the Blue Ridge Mountains in Northeastern Georgia and ends at Mount Katahdin in Maine, that’s 2,200 miles of trail. Many attempt to do the whole trail, while others just enjoy the beauty of a few short miles of the trail. You will go through various natural scenery as you travel from Georgia to North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont and New Hampshire, ending in Maine. There are different natural and beautiful things to see from one state to the next. Get out your hiking boots and get started on the Appalachian Trail.
You are probably familiar with the color of sand at most beaches along the coastline. The sand can run from almost white to dark beige. The exception is the black sand beaches on the Island of Hawaii. Imagine walking along the Pacific Ocean on a beach that is black. If you have not seen photos of you need to check it out in person. It is quite amazing and natural. You might have to share that beach with a green sea turtle, but he is most beautiful himself!
The Pipeline is where surfers have been doing their thing for decades. Many surfers dream of surfing the Pipeline and they do. Some make it while others fall of their boards too many times to count. If you aren’t a surfer just sit on the beach and soak in the beautiful colors of the Pacific Ocean while the colorful boards of surfers skim across the crystal clear water. It’s a dream location for amateur and professional photographers.