By: Sahil Luthra
Probably one of the most iconic tourist spots of America, and featured in countless computer/phone wallpapers, the Grand Canyon National Park is arguably the top ranker in our US Holiday Guide.
there sits the Big Apple, one of the brightest shining jewels in the crown of the USA. Featured on TV, movies, and literature countless times
Over 1.5 million acres of tropical wilderness attracts hoards of nature tourism followers at the Everglades. Designated a UNESCO world heritage site
Vegas, baby!” Wise words burst from the lips from anyone who is planning to visit Las Vegas, arguably the world’s largest and most famous casino and gaming city.
Covering nearly 3500 square mile area, the Yellowstone is the first-ever national park in the US. This subalpine forest is home to multiple species of flora and fauna, breathtaking scener
One of the most spectacular metropolises in the USA, San Francisco is a hilly city in northern California. It is on a peninsula surrounded by the Pacific ocean and known for its culture
The City of Angels, the La La Land! Los Angeles is a metropolis of dreams. Connected most intimately with the American movie industry
Home to Sierra Nevada’s iconic ancient giant sequoias, Yosemite is probably the most beautiful natural preserve in the US.
This world-famous multi-entertainment facility is one of the best places to travel in United States. The ‘Disney World‘ in short, it has 120 attractions
Straddling the border of Canada and the US, it is probably the world’s most famous waterfall. The Niagara River drops over hundred-sixty feet over nearly 3000 feet wide areas
– Maid of the Mist – Cave of the Winds – Niagara Falls State Park – Goat Island