The Best Natural Wonders of the USA (Part 2)

America is full of natural wonders where annually millions of tourists over the world land their foot on. Give a look for the third biggest with spectacular wonders from The Grand Canyon, Arizona to Kentucky — Mammoth Caves.

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The Grand Canyon, Arizona

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

Not only is Grand Canyon one of the most beautiful destinations in the world, it is one of seven natural wonders of the world. Despite being covered by snow and closed during winters, annually, South Rim attract very many travelers in the world coming here to enjoy the beauty of Grand Canyon. Coming here, tourists can have experience with some sports like  hiking and walking tours. Through that, you can enjoy the beauty of Grand Canyon at a slower pace.

Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, California

The highest waterfall in North America (the fifth-highest in the world) is arguably the highlight of Yosemite, but it has lots of competition: Half Dome, El Capitan, Bridalveil Fall, Sentinel Dome, and the Merced River are all musts for a visit to the park. 

Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, California

Yosemite Falls, Yosemite National Park, California

Redwood National & State Parks

The world’s tallest trees grow on the fog-kissed Northern California coast. Redwoods can reach a height of 379ft, taller than the Statue of Liberty in NYC, and live for up to two millennia. Almost half of all the old-growth redwood trees remaining that have never been logged are protected by the chain of Redwood National and State parks.

Redwood National & State Parks 

Redwood National & State Parks

Kentucky — Mammoth Caves

Kentucky — Mammoth Caves

Kentucky — Mammoth Caves

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With the history of thousand years, Kentucky — Mammoth Caves is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the United States. Besides, the Mammoth Caves region in central Kentucky is the longest cave system in the world. With more than 400 miles of passageways carved out of limestone surveyed and mapped, the true extent of the underground system is still yet to be fully discovered. Vast rock chambers are connected by a complex maze of passageways, some just big enough to crawl through.

Hope you have the best experience with when travelling to these destinations.

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