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7 Great US Destinations to Explore

The United States is home to a multifaceted ecosystem from shining seas to major cities— both historically and traditionally. It's hard to determine which areas deserve the title of best in America. To visit US travel destinations in the future, this article has weighed some considerations, such as attractions, hotels, and indulging opportunities, along with the analysis of data from thousands of visitors, to decide which vacation destinations can be deemed the best in the United States. Use this guide to prepare your holiday for great US travel destination preparations.

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1. Grand Canyon

Book a trip to Grand Canyon National Park to witness some of the most inspirational sights America has to offer. The Colorado River weaves its way through the 277-mile-long canyon and makes it a top whitewater rafting destination. Also, Arizona Park is an excellent hiking location, offering beautiful trails like the Bright Angel and North Kaibab trails. Regardless of how you want to spend your time in the Grand Canyon, amid its towering rock formations and vast views, you're likely to feel small.

2. Maui

Maui provides ample opportunities for recreation with tranquil beaches and lush parks. You can spend your days here admiring the landscape as you drive down the road to Hana, ride across the island in a helicopter or relax over Waianapanapa State Park's black sands. Only sign up for a snorkeling trip if you'd rather cool down than sunbathe. It's always a must to try Maui's seafood, but don't forget other island delicacies like haupia, a rich coconut custard.

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3. Washington, D.C.

No list is complete without mentioning a great U.S. travel destination, the nation's capital. Iconic monuments such as the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument will take days to explore. Moreover, the abundance of Smithsonian museums in the town offers you something to do on rainy or hot days. While the weather is friendly you can visit any of the open fields in the District of Columbia, such as the National Arboretum, Meridian Hill, or Rock Creek Park. No tour will be completed without checking out the lively restaurant and bar scene in town.

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4. Lake Tahoe

Renowned for its beautiful blue water, the largest alpine lake in North America summons adventurous travelers during the year. Winter attracts skiers and snowboarders in droves to the slopes in the various resorts of Lake Tahoe, while the warmer months are suitable for camping, scenic cycling, and water sports such as kayaking and boating. Trek one of the two beer trails in the California and Nevada area, or sign up for an outdoor aerial exercise class for an adventurous holiday with a twist.

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5. Chicago

The architecture, restaurants, and museums of Windy City make this Midwestern destination a perfect choice for travelers of different interests. Be sure to stuff your belly at least once, whether it's with a hot dog (without ketchup) in Chicago style, an Italian beef sandwich or a slice of deep-dish pizza. Then, take some pictures in front of the famous "Bean" sculpture by Millennium Park, check out the top-notch collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, or go on a cruise on an architecture ship. If you're making a winter holiday, head over to Maggie Daley Park for ice skating.

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6. Yellowstone

America's first national park promises plenty of opportunities to arouse nature enthusiasts, from steaming geysers to bubbling hot springs and more than 900 miles of hiking trails. In fact, nature lovers will love a visit to the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center to learn about local wildlife. If you'd rather like to dig inside the park for nature, spend several hours cycling around the valleys of Hayden and Lamar. Both areas are considered common habitats for the native bison, wolves, and grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park.

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7. Williamsburg

This city of Virginia is jam packed with historical sites that offer an insight into how colonists lived. Travelers may visit blacksmith and masonry shops or tour restored homes from the 18th century complete with reenactors dressed in garb of the time. Vacationers who arrive at Colonial Williamsburg and nearby Busch Gardens in May-before school leave for the summer-will be greeted with fewer crowds. Besides, daytime temperatures in May hover in the 70's, making it a perfect month for walking around and finding some discounts at the luxury outlets in Williamsburg.

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