If you‘ve never seen photos of Havasupai Waterfalls, scroll down this page and be ready to add this place to your travel bucket list. This…
If you love taking unusual photographs when you travel, you really need to go to Lake Abraham, in Alberta, Canada. Its frozen landscape is a winter wonderland for any keen photographer where you can capture unique shots of some stunning snowscapes and some even more amazing frozen bubbles.
The land of thousands of lakes. Most of them are located in the mountains: the azure alpine lakes from Canada have been the most recognizable in the world.
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The country covers a vast territory, boasting an abundance of various attractions. From the volcanoes and ice caves, to the tall peaks and refreshing pools in the canyons.
Found in the most west-northern part of the US, Washington State boasts unspoiled nature, a rough terrain sprinkled with active volcanoes and the remote corners, that serve as great getaways from the world.
Canada is famous for its unspoiled vast nature. An abundance of natural wonders attracts millions of tourists every year. However the Canadian towns also have a distinctive vibe about them.
New Hampshire was the first to separate from the Kingdom of Great Britain. The close ties with Britain are still evident in the eponymous towns.
Famous for its unspoiled gorgeous nature, vibrant cities, multiple museums and various other attractions, the state of Pennsylvania offers an abundance of sightseeings and amusements.
Alaska is attractive for its unspoiled, rough nature, wilderness and endangered animals.
The most visited state and one of the most exciting in the USA, California has so much to offer. From unspoiled glorious nature, parks and reserves, to lively cities with amazing cultural scene.
Lakes are among the most popular natural attractions in the world. In the US there is an abundance of those. Many of them are regarded sacred by Native Americans.
Posited next to a quiet residential neighborhood in Honolulu, Spitting Caves is not a very known place and not included in guided tours.
An impressive road in the Sierra Nevada mountains stretches in a 3 031 m (9 943 ft) elevation.
Also known as the Hana Highway, is one of the most popular attractions on the island.
There is a variety of bridges, most popular being a cable-stayed and a suspension bridge.
Part of the Rocky Mountains, the Teton mountain range, bordering with the state of Idaho, provides some spectacular views indeed.
The Narrows provides one of the most premier hiking trails in Zion National Park founded in Utah.
The canyon’s lush surface isn’t anything remotely similar to the rocky and bare landscape of Arizona.
Found on the Olympic Peninsula, the national park was created by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1909.
Six large ovens were built outside of Ward, established by the silver miners.
Named a crown jewel of Florida, Naples is one of the wealthiest cities in the US.
This is truly a very unusual and unique place on Earth! 14 big and 55 small volcanic islands are sprawled across the northern part of the Pacific Ocean between Alaska and Kamchatka.