Yellowstone National Park
Popularly called the ‘USA’ or ‘the United States’’ the United States of America is a large nation in North America. Gaining entry into this great country is a dream-come-through for many foreigners, which has a population of more than 318 million inhabitants. It is home to a large collection of tourist destinations, ranging from natural wonders to skyscrapers. However, the main reason so many people wish to visit or live in USA is because of the opportunities this flourishing nation has to offer. The american dream is still alive in the hears of people and it’s not hard to see why. Below you’ll find 10 things the states are famous for, starting with Yellowstone National Park. Approximately 3500 square miles, the wild recreation site sits on a volcanic center. The famous park boasts of thermal springs, striking canyons, lush forests, gushing geysers, and Alpine rivers. It is also a wildlife paradise with several species of animals such as wolves, antelope, elk, bears, and bison.
Grand Canyon National Park
Located in Arizona, Grand Canyon National Park accommodates several layered strips of red rock which reveals the geological past of many years back. The nice view areas in the park include Yavapai Observation Station, Mather Point, Architect Mary Colter’s Desert View Watchtower and her Lookout Studio. Places often visited to catch a glimpse of sunrise and sunset are the Colorado River and Lipan Point.
The Statue of Liberty
Whenever you see the great Statue of Liberty, you remember New York City. The statue made of copper and 93m high is a gift from France to the United States and was designed by Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, a French sculptor.
Yosemite National Park
The Yosemite National Park is renowned for its age-old giant sequoia trees, Tunnel Viewing, granite cliffs, Half Dome, and the Bridalveil Fall. You can go to the restaurants, accommodations, shops, Ansel Adams Gallery, and the Yosemite Museum situated in Yosemite village.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
This is a colossal sculpture that was carved into Mount Rushmore. Situated in the Black Hills area of South Dakota, the interesting sculpture was built to its completion in 1941. The granite faces with a height of 60ft portray the United States presidents George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln.
The beautiful city atop the Niagara River in New York State is famed for its massive Niagara Falls. The Niagara Aquarium is a paradise for penguins, sea lions, and seals.
The Golden Gate Bridge
The suspension bridge of about 2,737m in length spans the Golden Gate, linking the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay.
Walt Disney World
This well-known entertainment center can also be called Disney World or The Walt Disney World Resort. It is located in Lake Buena Vista and Bay Lake, Florida, in the US, close to Kissimmee and Orlando cities. Campgrounds and RV parks in Florida are some of the best in the states, so it’s a great opportunity to explore the attractions while in your own vehicle.
The white house is the seat of power for the US government and the residence of the president. It is one of the most famous houses in the world and properly the most protected and secured. It’s about the only private residence of a head of state people can visit for free.
Most of that great action, romance, and thrilling movies you enjoy where produced in Hollywood or by a Hollywood studio. The center for entertainment known globally is a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California, and is one of the most famous places on earth.