Amer­i­ca has it all, from an abun­dance of beach­es along two oceans to the high­est moun­tain peaks on the con­ti­nent, as well as the biggest cap­i­tals and met­ro­pol­i­tan areas in the world. That’s why you can choose among count­less des­ti­na­tions while enjoy­ing an unfor­get­table vaca­tion in the USA. In addi­tion, the amaz­ing bio-diver­si­ty and amaz­ing land­scapes of nature cre­ate an incred­i­ble fusion with the sights of his­to­ry and archi­tec­ture. Two rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the list of Nat­ur­al Won­ders of the World, the tallest build­ings are just a few exam­ples. And the excel­lent infra­struc­ture offers the best oppor­tu­ni­ties for accom­mo­da­tion and excur­sions. We advise you to vis­it at least a few of the top 10 must-see attrac­tions in the USA.

sightseeings of USA

Entry relat­ed to loca­tion: USA
1. Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

Bryce Canyon Nation­al Park is locat­ed in south­ern Utah. Here you can encounter miles of breath­tak­ing scenery and majes­tic rock for­ma­tions — Hoodoo. They were cre­at­ed many years ago under the influ­ence of the forces of water and wind ero­sion, so the sed­i­men­ta­ry rocks take on unusu­al shapes, such as pil­lars, arch­es, etc. Amaz­ing Hoodoo shapes are accom­pa­nied by a beau­ti­ful com­bi­na­tion of col­ors. From pale yel­low to orange and red­dish, the hues of these majes­tic rock for­ma­tions pro­vide tru­ly breath­tak­ing and inspir­ing views. This is one of the most inter­est­ing attrac­tions in the Unit­ed States, rec­om­mend­ed for vis­it­ing. The best time to vis­it the park is dur­ing the win­ter because the air is refresh­ing and vis­i­bil­i­ty is at its best, espe­cial­ly when every­thing is bathed in the gold­en glow of sun­set.

sightseeings of USA

2. Mount McKinley, Alaska

The Alas­ka moun­tain land­scape is anoth­er incred­i­ble nat­ur­al attrac­tion in this col­lec­tion of beau­ti­ful places in the USA. The north­ern­most part of the US is a nat­ur­al gem, espe­cial­ly dur­ing the win­ter. Sur­round­ed by a fairy tale with count­less inspir­ing vis­tas of white peaks, crys­tal clear blue rivers, pic­turesque towns and lush wood­lands, real­i­ty can be for­got­ten. In south­ern Alas­ka, you may encounter the high­est peak in the US and on the con­ti­nent in gen­er­al. Its name is Mount McKin­ley (20,320 ft.) and it is the main attrac­tion in Denali Nation­al Park and Pre­serve. There are many bizarre rivers and lakes, about which a sep­a­rate arti­cle has been writ­ten.

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3. Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco

San Fran­cis­co’s Gold­en Gate Bridge is an icon­ic bridge and one of the most beau­ti­ful engi­neer­ing mas­ter­pieces in the state of Cal­i­for­nia. It is locat­ed in the San Fran­cis­co Bay and con­nects two penin­su­las. Built in the fourth decade of the 20th cen­tu­ry, the Gold­en Gate Bridge is a dis­tinc­tive and one of the most rec­og­niz­able land­marks in the Unit­ed States due to its huge span, red­dish hues and unique shapes. The Gold­en Gate offers the best vis­tas at night when it is rain­ing or when the place is cov­ered in fog. And all these per­spec­tives are beau­ti­ful in their own way.

4. Pali Coast, Hawaii

On one of the many scenic and exot­ic North Pacif­ic Islands and Hawaii, you can expe­ri­ence a tru­ly unfor­get­table trop­i­cal vaca­tion expe­ri­ence. Admire the strik­ing scenery of the Pali Coast, which is the most beau­ti­ful nat­ur­al fea­ture on the island of Kaua’i. It is one of the west­ern­most Hawai­ian Islands and is known for its nat­ur­al abun­dance and unri­valed trop­i­cal bio­di­ver­si­ty. Pali Na Coast Nation­al Park is a real nat­ur­al won­der, one of the most pop­u­lar local attrac­tions. Walk­ing with­in the coastal areas, you can enjoy a bunch of breath­tak­ing panoram­ic views of the end­less blue ocean hori­zon. The coastal cliffs stretch almost 1000 meters high, above the crys­tal clear open ocean, the shapes and col­ors of these cliffs are unique, as is the sound of the waves.

5. New York at night

New York is one of the largest cap­i­tals in the world, as well as the most pop­u­lous city in the US. It’s a very impres­sive city, and that goes for every­thing that sur­rounds you in New York City. One of New York City’s biggest attrac­tions is the count­less glare of the giant sky­scrap­ers in Man­hat­tan, which cre­ates such an enchant­i­ng mix­ture of lights and col­ors that turn night into day. Just think of the tow­er­ing sky­scrap­ers with their bright night­time illu­mi­na­tion being mag­i­cal­ly reflect­ed by the bright sur­face of the Hud­son Riv­er… Plen­ty of pho­tog­ra­phers have tried to cap­ture this beau­ty and their work can be seen on Life­Globe. But no pho­tographs can com­pare with the real land­scape.

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6. Fire Falls in Yosemite National Park

In the heart of Cal­i­for­nia, in Yosemite Nation­al Park, you can come across a tru­ly impres­sive and beau­ti­ful nat­ur­al won­der. This huge park has numer­ous water­falls, and each of them stands out in some way. One of them in par­tic­u­lar is Yosemite’s fiery water­fall, which takes its name from an ancient rit­u­al. This is def­i­nite­ly one of the most inspir­ing water­falls in the park. The atmos­phere here is inspir­ing, roman­tic and charm­ing.

7. Big Sur. wild coast of california

Also in Cal­i­for­nia, with­in the cen­tral part of the state, but on the ocean coast, you can come across anoth­er incred­i­ble nat­ur­al attrac­tion in the Unit­ed States. This is the icon­ic Big Sur Coast, with almost ver­ti­cal coastal cliffs that rise right on the edge of the rag­ing ocean waves. The land­scape is unlike any oth­er. Here you can take full advan­tage of the many enter­tain­ments. For exam­ple, a boat trip is the best choice for panoram­ic coastal explo­ration. A short dri­ve or hike to the top of these majes­tic cliffs offers a unique oppor­tu­ni­ty to lis­ten to the sound of the waves and take breath­tak­ing pho­tographs.

8. Arizona Grand Canyon National Park

One of the Sev­en Nat­ur­al Won­ders of Nature, the Grand Canyon Nation­al Park is a real nat­ur­al trea­sure of Ari­zona and the USA. At an alti­tude of over 1000 meters above sea lev­el, you can spoil your imag­i­na­tion with breath­tak­ing panoram­ic vis­tas. Here the Col­orado Riv­er beau­ti­ful­ly forms the Grand Canyon. This is def­i­nite­ly one of the most entic­ing places you must see in the US. There are a lot of oppor­tu­ni­ties for tourism, excur­sions and tours here, you can eas­i­ly find what suits you the most. US attrac­tions, such as the Grand Canyon, are the hall­mark of the coun­try.

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9 Death Valley California

We have already writ­ten about Death Val­ley and the stones mov­ing along it. Death Val­ley, like many oth­er US attrac­tions, is also locat­ed in Cal­i­for­nia. Obvi­ous­ly, Cal­i­for­nia is one of the most beau­ti­ful Amer­i­can states, but this val­ley is a place you can­not miss. First, the low­est point on the con­ti­nent is locat­ed in Death Val­ley. Sec­ond­ly, the high­est air tem­per­a­ture in the world is record­ed in Death Val­ley. Huge dunes and their pale yel­low col­ors, as well as huge rock for­ma­tions, rise majes­ti­cal­ly under the caress­ing beams of light. Despite its name, Death Val­ley is beau­ti­ful and diverse in terms of flo­ra and fau­na.

10. Night Las Vegas

Las Vegas is anoth­er Amer­i­can giant city, where it can be brighter at night than dur­ing the day. This icon­ic city is known for its giant hotels and world famous casi­nos. At night, the gam­bling cap­i­tal of the world is bathed in the bright charm of count­less night illu­mi­na­tion. The panoram­ic vis­tas are great, while the streets in the City Cen­ter are filled with thou­sands of enter­tain­ers. Every tourist trav­el­ing in the USA should see Las Vegas.