Best Natural Wonders In The USA

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

The Grand Canyon gets nearly five million visitors each year. It’s a bucket list item for many, and rightly so.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

As the world’s first national park, Yellowstone has some pretty lofty expectations. This 3,500-square mile wilderness area lives up to the hype.

Yosemite Valley, California

Yosemite National Park is a true hidden gem. Located in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, it’s home to iconic views and one of a kind landmarks.

Niagara Falls State Park, New York

Niagara Falls spans two countries, three waterfalls, and 400 acres. Majestic Falls are located on the US-Canada border.

Waimea Canyon, Hawaii

Waimea Canyon is no joke. This sprawling, ten mile long canyon on Hawaii’s Kauai Island is nicknamed the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.

Mendenhall Glacier Ice Caves, Alaska

Step into the Alaskan wilderness with a visit to Mendenhall Glacier. This 13.6-mile-long ancient glacier extends from the city of Juno.

Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky

Mammoth Cave is a fitting name. This vast cave turns novice tourists into true spelunkers. 

Redwood National and State Parks, California

 However, the redwoods are also home to vast grasslands, meandering rivers and nearly 40 miles of shoreline.

Monument Valley, Utah

Looking to explore the Wild West? Strap on your cowboy boots and head to Monument Valley on the Utah-Arizona border.

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

The term “awe-inspiring” might seem like a cliché. But one look at the bright blue Oregon lake has known to leave many tourists speechless.

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