Reasons to Visit the USA: Top Attractions Worth Seeing
As one of the most diverse countries in the world, the USA has something to offer everyone and with Trailfinders, you could enjoy an American adventure that encompasses all of your Yankee hopes and dreams. Whether you’re hoping to explore the big cities or the natural wonders that the country holds, you can take advantage of one of the myriad of itineraries so that you can cross plenty of points off your Bucket List.
While the sheer abundance of attractions can be a little overwhelming, there are some sights that are absolute must-see’s at some point during your lifetime, no matter what your interests. Broaden your horizons and consider including any of these ten attractions in your upcoming visit to the USA.
Niagara Falls, New York
Lying across the border between New York and Ontario, Canada, the Niagara Falls is a hugely popular tourist attraction, with very good reason. Whether you choose to witness the sight from the dryness of an observation tower or you choose to clamber into a waterproof poncho before climbing aboard the Maid of the Mist, which will sail you through the spray to witness the thunderous falls first-hand is completely up to you.
Times Square, New York
When you’re in the area, make sure you spend some time exploring the Big Apple. Times Square is a hugely bustling crossroads in the heart of the city and the majority of visitors to this cosmopolitan city make a point of visiting here. Of course, that’s not all the NYC holds – catch a show on Broadway, visit the Empire State Building or take a boat ride around Liberty Island to witness the glory of the Statue of Liberty.
The Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas
Take a look at adventure from a different angle and be brave enough to have a flutter in the casinos of Vegas. The casinos and themed hotels in Sin City are simply incredible and well worth seeing, even if you don’t want to risk losing dollars on the slots.
Yosemite National Park, California
If the Great Outdoors is where your heart is, then look no further than Yosemite. From the granite cliff of El Capitan to the serenity of Mirror Lake, there’s plenty to explore. Make sure you pack your hiking boots, though!
Grand Canyon, Arizona
This colossal canyon, which is within its own National Park, is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World and there’s no better way of seeing it than aboard a private helicopter ride. Rafting along the Colorado River is also an incredibly popular way of seeing the sight, from the bottom up.
Start planning your US itinerary today and appreciate what this incredible country has in store.
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