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19 Spectacular Places in the U.S. You Have to See to Believe

  America is a country that many come to visit because of its beauty. It’s a country that has so much to offer, with each state different fr...

 America is a country that many come to visit because of its beauty. It’s a country that has so much to offer, with each state different from the next. Here are 19 spectacular places in the U.S. you have to see to believe.

Antelope Canyon, Arizona

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According to Visit Arizona, “Antelope Canyon’s otherworldly beauty makes it one of the most highly sought after destinations in the world, and access to this natural marvel is granted only with a Navajo guide.” When the natural lights hit the canyon, be sure to have a camera ready to take some incredible photos.

The Wave, Arizona

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The Wave in Arizona is like nothing you’ll see elsewhere. It provides a challenging hike, but it’s worth it for the scenic views. The smooth sandstone formation makes it look like still waves. Only 20 hikers are allowed per day due to its delicate nature.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

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The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is made up of over 800 miles of trails and scenic drives. It is the most visited national park in the whole of America and worth visiting in any season for untouched views of forests, wildlife, and mist covered mountains.

Savannah, Georgia

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Savannah, Georgia, is a picturesque city full of character. Savannah was America’s first planned city, so it holds a lot of history. You can take a walk along the city’s cobblestone streets, take pictures of its oak trees covered with Spanish moss, or visit many of its historic buildings.

Thor’s Well, Oregon

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 Yachats Orgeon describes Thor’s Well, “Sitting on the edge of the Oregon coast near Cape Perpetua, a gaping, seemingly bottomless sinkhole swallows the unbroken stream of seawater around it.” As with all sinkholes, Thor’s Well is very dangerous, so avoid entering the water. For best viewing, attend during high tide.

Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada

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Lake Tahoe is a stunning area that is popular with tourists all year round. It offers many activities for winter sports and summer enthusiasts. The lake itself offers beautiful views of the clear water with mountains in the background. Some of those mountains offer great skiing facilities in the winter.

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

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This national park offers a level of uniqueness compared to others. It lies around 70 miles west of Key West and is only accessible via boat or seaplane. The park offers a great opportunity to bird watch with many different inhabitants on the island. It also offers some of the best snorkelling in the U.S.

Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska

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This national park is massive, consisting of over 3.3 million acres. It offers incredible 360-degree views of mountains, glaciers, and fjords. It isn’t just the landscape you can view; you might be lucky to spot some of its wildlife as well. Animals spotted by previous tourists include humpback whales and sea otters.

Zion National Park, Utah

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Zion National Park is famous for its steep red cliffs and for being Utah’s first national park. It’s very popular among hikers, as it offers incredible hikes with views to match. The deep canyons and rock formations are also a photographer’s dream.

Maroon Bells, Colorado

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Maroon Bells is admired by photographers and tourists for its reflective lake with a backdrop of trees and snow-covered mountains. It’s a bucket list destination for many, but access can often be restricted during busy periods to reduce overcrowding and preserve its natural beauty.

Key West, Florida

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As reported by Florida Keys & Key West, Key West is Florida’s southernmost subtropical island and is actually closer to Cuba than Miami. It offers constant views of palm trees and blue waters. It is a relaxed, laid-back island that offers the opportunity to capture incredible sunsets.

Kauai, Hawaii

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The island of Kauai is a special place for tourists, with some choosing it as their honeymoon destination. It has so much to offer, from waterfalls to ocean cliffs and rainforests. The tropical island has been nicknamed ‘Garden Isle’ due to its picturesque landscape.

Joshua Tree National Park, California

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This famous national park is best known for its desert landscape, rock formations, and famous trees named after a biblical figure. Joshua Tree National Park isn’t just a popular place to visit during the day but also at night. It offers some incredible stargazing opportunities due to the lack of light pollution.

Arches National Park, Utah

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National Park Services reports that Arches National Park is made up of over 2000 natural stone arches. When visiting the park, you’ll also have the opportunity to view many of its pinnacles and balanced rocks. Arches National Park is available to visit between the months of April and October.

Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah

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Bryce Canyon National Park is popular for visits in the day and at night. It offers unspoiled views of canyons and horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters, making it ideal for hikers and photographers. At night, it provides clear views for stargazers, as it is believed to have some of the best air quality in the U.S.

Horseshoe Bend, Arizona

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Horseshoe Bend is a stunning natural wonder where the Colorado River wraps around the rock formation, making a horseshoe shape. It is a relatively easy hike to visit the top and look down over the river. To capture the best picture, visit during sunrise or sunset to see the sun illuminate among the rock formations.

The Berkshires, Massachusetts

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As mentioned by the Berkshires, the idyllic landscape consists of serene mountain vistas, lush forests, and blue lakes. There are museums and historic sites to visit, and the Berkshires are often home to musical festivals, making them attractive to all different types of people.

The Florida Keys, Florida

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The Florida Keys are a stretch of islands based over 100 miles away from the south of Florida. It’s a popular vacation destination due to its relaxed atmosphere and the variety of activities available. It offers many watersports along with great snorkeling spots and a place to enjoy a sunset at the end of the day.

Yosemite National Park, California

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Yosemite National Park is famous for its hiking trails and picturesque landscape. There’s a lot to see, whether it is its unique rock formations, valleys, or free-flowing waterfalls. It’s recommended to visit in the spring, as the waterfalls are at their peak flow.

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