US Attractions Everyone Must See

The Ultimate USA Wish List

Meeting Mickey Mouse, heading off into the wilderness with a backpack and thirst for adventure or gazing at rock formations so strange and vividly coloured they barely seem real.

Tour Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

Birmingham was the site of some of the worst violence carried out against Civil Rights protestors and the city meets its past head-on with a series of interactive and unflinching exhibits in the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute.

See Grizzly Bears In Denali

Sprawling over six million wild, ruggedly gorgeous acres, this national park surrounds North America’s tallest peak, Denali, and has a varied landscape from alpine forest to snowy slopes.

Kayak Ground Glaciers In Kenai Fjords

You haven’t seen a glacier until you’ve seen it from a kayak. The chilly waters of Kenai Fjords National Park, home to orcas, sea otters and humpback whales, are lined with jagged blue and white ice

Take A Tour Of Antelope Canyon

These ethereal slot canyons – divided into two sections known as 'The Crack' and 'The Corkscrew' – can only be explored on a guided tour with a native Navajo guide.

Watch Sunset At Horseshoe Bend

Just outside Grand Canyon National Park, this horseshoe-shaped meander of the Colorado River is easily accessed via the town of Page.

Hike To The Wave

Sometimes nature throws a real curveball. In this case, she threw a spinning, swirling, spectacular googly. Photos of this peaches-and-cream sandstone rock formation look like paintings.

View Sunrise At The Grand Canyon South Rim

The granddaddy of them all is high on many people’s bucket lists for good reason.

See The Salt Flats At Death Valley

Death Valley’s otherworldly scenery has starred in Star Wars movies and standing on the cracked, crackling salt flats of Badwater Basin certainly feels like being in a sci-fi film.

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