Most Popular Destinations in North America
North America is the third largest continent in the world after Asia and Africa, and also one of the most developed regions in tourism. Not only can you visit the world’s most dynamic cities like New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington and Toronto, but also experience its rich and diverse tourism resources, which encompass stunning national parks, incredible cultural and historical sites, majestic mountains, valleys, lakes and waterfalls, as well as amazing beach destinations. All these will add unique experiences and exhilarating adventures to your holiday!
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North America Bucket List Places
The Grand Canyon, 446 kilometers (277 miles) long with a deepest point of 1,800 meters (5,905 feet), is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. It perfectly records the movement of the earth's crust, and due to the erosion of water, the canyon has very peculiar landforms. In different time of the day, the sun lights up the rock walls in red, orange, blue, purple, green and golden colors, which are quite gorgeous and attract many photography enthusiasts.
Grand Canyon, United States
Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is the oldest as well as one of the most-visited national parks in the United States. Located in the northwest corner of Wyoming, this park extends the borders to the states of Idaho and Montana, and contains nearly 9,000 square kilometers (2,223,948 acres) of crystal clear Lakes, majestic canyons, endless grasslands and majestic waterfalls. It is also home to a rich variety of animals from the largest mammals to the smallest birds.
Yellowstone National Park, United States
Established as Canada’s first national park in 1885, Banff National Park occupies an area of 6,641 square kilometers (1,640,960 acres). It features glorious mountain landscapes, ice fields, glaciers, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, canyons, tremendous forests and an abundance of wildlife. The most famous are Lake Louise and Lake Moraine. It is truly a paradise for outdoor explorers and has been listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
Banff National Park, Canada
It is located at the junction of Ontario, Canada and New York, USA. The main falls is in Canada, which is also the best place to watch it. In the United States, you will view the side of the falls. Due to the super fast river speed and huge height difference, Niagara Falls has the wildest waterfall whirlpool. Visitors can take cruise ship to shuttle between the turbulent falls and experience its splendor up close.
The world-famous Statue of Liberty, with a height of 93 meters (305 inches) from the ground level, stands high on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, symbolizing freedom and hope for people. It was a gift from France to the 100th anniversary of American independence in 1876, and was designated as a National Monument in 1924.
Statue of Liberty, United States
Yucatan Peninsula is the hometown of the Mayans and one of the cradles of the ancient Mayan culture. There are many Mayan cultural relics, including Chichen Itza, Merida, and Tulum. In addition, Akumal and Chetumal deliver delectable white-sand beaches, great snorkeling and world class diving.
Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
There are 137 islands in total in the Hawaiian archipelago, while the major islands are Hawaii (Big Island), Oahu (the most inhabited), Kauai, Molokai, Lanai and Maui, which means it is not a single travel destination, but 6 different ones with their own unique offerings for you to choose from. Whether it’s for a honeymoon trip or a family holiday with kids, this is a perfect vacation destination.
Hawaiian Islands, United States
Fairbanks, in the center of Alaska, is one of the best places in the world to catch the aurora borealis. Only 310 kilometers (192 miles) from the Arctic Circle, it is known as the “Northern Lights Capital”. Although northern lights occur throughout the year, they are only visible if the sky is clear and dark enough. So the best time to view it is between September and April when the nights are long and dark.
The Northern Lights in Alaska, United States