10 Places to See in America Before You Die

The number of attractions in the United States is so diverse that it is almost impossible to narrow it down to a list of ten. Our compilation of the 10 coolest places in the USA should be viewed more as a basic introduction to the most popular and appealing destinations of the country.

1: Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon

Viewing the Grand Canyon for the first time in your life can indeed become a life changing experience. The Canyon which is about 10 miles wide, 277 miles long and 1 mile deep is a sight to behold. Be a part of this grand experience by hiking down to its depths and rafting through the splendid Colorado River. The mighty Colorado River has been expanding the Grand Canyon since the last 6 million years! Therefore it is no wonder that people from all over the world travels to catch a glimpse of the red and orange grandeur of the Canyon. Take a trip to the Grand Canyon Village to check out the best lookout points of the part. All the best hotels of the area are located here. The more adventurous ones need to hike through the North Rim which is known for its isolated trails and lack of mainstream tourism.

Address: Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
Website: www.nps.gov

2: Maui, Hawaii

Maui, Hawaii

For more than a decade Maui has been voted by readers of Conde Nast Traveller as the ‘Best Island” of the world. It comes with stretches of pristine beaches, lush green valleys, quaint villages, stellar resorts, some of the best water sports and iconic landscapes. Every beach on this island is unique ranging from black sand beaches to palm lined avenues. When it comes to top notch water sports, Maui steals the show. Hikers can also have a lovely time in the isolated trails through the volcanic mountains and bamboo forests. On the road to Hana you can find magnificent waterfalls plunging into the equally magnificent pools. Watch the sun rise from the Haleakala summit and indulge yourself in an experience like never before.

Address: Maui, HI

3: Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

Sprawling over an area more than 2.2 million acres the first and foremost national part of the country has been a major tourist destination for about 5 generations. Established in 1872, the Yellowstone National Park comes with an unbeatable combination of natural beauty, lofty peaks, stretches of wilderness and of course abundant wildlife. While mid July to mid August has lots of tourists, one can avoid the crowd a month or two before or after the peak season.

Address: P.O. Box 168, WY 82190
Website: www.nps.gov

4: Las Vegas

Las Vegas

This is a place which needs no introduction. The Entertainment Capital of the World is known for its stellar boutiques and restaurants, 5 star hotels, bustling casinos and of course its spectacular night life. Travellers looking forward to splurging definitely need to consider a trip to the Sin City. This is one city which would remind you more of a theme park and it is sure to awe and overwhelm all those who come here for the first time. The spectacles at Las Vegas are as famous as the city itself and The Strip is sure to keep the fun lovers entertained for days.

Address: Las Vegas, NV

5: Denali National Park

Denali National Park

A must visit destination for outdoor enthusiasts, the Denali National Park in Alaska is going to grant you a glimpse of the majestic Tundra. This 6 million acre wide wilderness comes with splendid views of the cloud wreathed peaks of the highest mountain in the USA, unending wildlife and miniature wildflowers. It is home to 37 species of mammals like caribou, lynx, lemmings, foxes and of course the much famed grizzly bears. Travelling seeking wilderness, solitude and wildlife surely needs to pay a visit to the most amazing of all national parks.

Address: George Parks Hwy, Denali National Park and Preserve, AK
Website: www.nps.gov

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