Top Tourist Attractions In The United States

More often than not, travelers go to the U.S. for its theme parks and other modern facilities without seeing the real top tourist attractions in the United States. Popular media glorifies the likes of Hollywood and Times Square as major attractions. While these truly iconic landmarks bask in the attention of foreign tourists, the natural wonders of the United States are further driven back into the shadows. In this article, we give our full attention to these forgotten beauties.

Nankoweap Creek, Grand Canyon

Nankoweap Creek, Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

At first sight, the Grand Canyon will take your breath away. Nothing can prepare you for its captivating beauty; not even knowledge of its measurements such as an average width of 10 miles, depths measuring one mile, and lengths of up to 277 miles. Travelers can go hiking, ride a mule, and book a raft trip at the Grand Canyon.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

It may be the first national park in the U.S. but it’s far from boring. Yellowstone National Park boasts diverse geological phenomena including hot springs, fumaroles, geysers, and mudpots. The geological wonders in Yellowstone are unrivaled to this day. In addition to that, it has abundant wildlife.

Yosemite Falls, California

The waterfall is under the protection of Yosemite National Park. It is famous for being the highest waterfall in North America and the fifth highest in the world. Yosemite Falls is one of the top tourist attractions in United States because of its sheer beauty. It tumbles over scenic jagged peaks, visible from afar.

View from the top of Upper Yosemite Falls

View from the top of Upper Yosemite Falls

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii

Its landscape is dotted with craters and appears like a scene on a visit to the moon. Since 1983, lava has been spilling lava into the sea from the Pu’u ‘O’o Vent, creating a cloud of steam. It almost feels surreal to witness an active volcano release lava and continually change the landscape of its surroundings.

Delicate Arch, Utah

It stands four stories tall and is situated at the Arches National Park in Utah. Like all other arches in the area, it was formed by the combination of wind and sand erosion together with the freezing action of water. About 2,500 arches can be found there. The Delicate Arch is the most iconic however and is in fact the state landmark for Utah. Based on its size alone, it makes sense why it’s one of the top tourist attractions in United States.


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