It is amazing how such a small group of volcanic islands can have such rich and versatile nature.
A formidable laccolith – an intrusion of magma – is found in the Black Hills.
Found in the east of the infamous Death Valley, Zabriskie Point offers a glimpse of a surreal landscape.
The plunge unfolds into tens of smaller streams and cascades down the hexagonal basalt columns.
The picturesque land is a popular recreational area, providing numerous fun activities.
Sprawled between Utah and Arizona, the destination attracts 2 million visitors every year.
An arch bridge in Big Sur was opened in 1932 and basically was the main link between the area and the rest of the coast.
Popularized by the photographers, whose pictures inspired visitors to look for this place, the canyon previously didn’t dominate the travel guides.
Geologically the oldest Hawaiian islands, Kauai fascinates with the amazing scenery.
Found in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, it is also known as a „tidefalls“, because it cascades directly into the ocean when the tide is in.
The incredibly beautiful ice caves are found under a 19 km (12 mi) long glacier.
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A small city of the same name, inhabited by around 1000 residents, is surrounded with the vast fields of wheat and rapeseed. But do not underestimate this farmland.
The park in the Canadian Rockies is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.
The whole park is a wonderful nature retreat, considered a World Heritage Site. Haffner Creek is a very picturesque site, which is loved by the climbers, as well as photographers.
Part of the Mariana Islands archipelago, Saipan offers a divine vacation. The white sandy beaches, crystal clear water, no crowds, high quality hotels and places to shop.
A lot of geological wonders are found in the 40 km (25 mi) long section of the Coyote Gulch – a tributary of the Escalante River. Rocky bridges, alcoves, steep canyons and domes are found in the area, whose versatility is a great attraction for the hikers and photographers.
Also known as the Stairway to Heaven, the 3,922 stairs lead to the top of the 756 m (2,480 ft) height summit of Puʻukeahiakahoe. Originally built in 1940s to install the Naval radio antenna, today the stairs attract the adventurers.
Once home for Monachee Native Americans, today the national park is famous for the giant sequoia trees and the General Sherman tree among them.
The city turns into a magical Christmas village during the holiday season. Decorated with lights, covered in snow Quebec attracts the locals and guests to spend more time in the city and enjoy the holiday spirit.
The oldest settlement in the country, founded in the early 16th century. Today due to the rich historic heritage, which includes fortifications, churches and houses from colonial era, Old San Juan is considered to be a National Heritage Site.
Built in 1919 by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, the castle was donated to the state of California after his death. Since then the castle is open for the public and is considered to be a historic park.
The complex of five skyscrapers is located in San Francisco’s financial district. Although it looks so modern from the outside – like a casual glass skyscraper – it has some beautiful design solutions inside.
Artist Phillip K Smith III has created an amazing little house in the middle of a desert. The contemporary art project was made using mirrors and LED lighting, which emanates colorful light at night.