Every country is beautiful and has a variety of wonderful places that are a must on any travel bucket list. From coastlines to big cities, the United States is made up of so many diverse destinations.

It is important to recognize what kind of destinations are your perfect cup of tea. Maybe you like nature and enjoy a trip to the mountains or woods. You may be more into the tropical weather and would rather spend your time laying on a beach. Or you may be into big and busy cities and enjoy exploring every block. There is definitely an ideal place to visit the USA for any type of traveller.

Nature Destinations

Grand Canyon:


To experience some of the most inspiring views, plan a trip to Grand Canyon National Park. The Colorado River weaves its way through the 277-mile-long canyon. This makes it a perfect destination to practice whitewater rafting. The Arizona park is also a superb spot to hike, offering scenic paths like the Bright Angel and North Kaibab trails. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time in the Grand Canyon, you’re sure to feel small against its towering rock formations and expansive vistas.



This is America’s first national park. It provides more than 900miles of hiking trails, as well as many attractions for nature lovers. From steaming geysers to bubbling hot springs, this place has it all. Animal fand will get to appreciate a visit to the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center to learn about local wildlife. If you’d rather look for wild critters inside the park – which occupies parts of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho – you can spend a few hours driving through the Hayden and Lamar valleys. Both areas are considered popular havens for Yellowstone National Park’s resident bison, wolves, and grizzly bears.

Glacier National Park:


Glaciers are the main draw of this Montana national park, but its more than 700 lakes, two mountain ranges, and multiple waterfalls are equally impressive. Hiking is the most popular pastime for visitors thanks to the mix of easy trails like Rocky Point and challenging routes, such as Grinnell Glacier and the Highline Trail. Additionally, the area is a prime spot for canoeing and fishing in summer, and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter. Plus, wild animals like moose, bears and elk are frequently spotted here



This Colorado mountain town offers world-renowned ski slopes, high-end boutiques, trendy restaurants, and a see-and-be-seen atmosphere. In addition to the downhill slopes available at Aspen Snowmass, there are plenty of Nordic trails in the area for those looking to go cross-country skiing. Skiing is the primary activity of choice for most visitors, but travellers can also choose to spend their vacation hiking the beautiful twin peaks of the Maroon Bells or exploring the 20-mile Independence Pass.

Big Cities in the USA

New York City:

Of course, New York is a staple in everybody’s bucket list. Known for its diverse cultural scene, the Big Apple boasts so many things to do that it puts most of its U.S. peers to shame. Whether you choose to spend the day perusing The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibits, catching a show on Broadway or trying the city’s famous pizza, chances are you’ll never find yourself feeling bored here. Even the nature fans can have a blast here while they take a walk around Central Park.

New Orleans:

Some cities around the USA are home to a blend of cultures and history. With influences from the Caribbean, Europe, and other locales, New Orleans has a distinct personality. Music lovers flock here to immerse themselves in the city’s rich jazz, blues and rock ‘n’ roll scenes. History fans enjoy attractions like The National WWII Museum and the New Orleans African American Museum. If you like food, this is the place for you. You can feast on gumbo, beignets, and po’boys in between sightseeing. After filling up on tasty fare, check out Bourbon Street’s nightlife or sign up for an evening ghost tour.

Washington, D. C.:


The nation’s capital has a lot going for it. Fill your days with visits to iconic landmarks like the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. The city’s plethora of Smithsonian museums give you plenty to do on rainy or hot days. When the weather cooperates, explore some of D.C.’s green spaces, such as the U.S. National Arboretum and Rock Creek Park. A stroll along the Georgetown waterfront is also a relaxing way to spend an afternoon. And you can’t forget to check out the city’s lively restaurant and bar scene in areas like the U Street and H Street corridors.



Beautiful architecture, relaxing beaches and plenty of Southern charm are the defining elements of Charleston, South Carolina. Practice your southern accent and start your day in the Battery, where you can catch an incredible sunrise over the city’s harbour. Then, you can check out the city’s historical sites and museums, including the Civil War-era Fort Sumter and the McLeod Plantation Historic Site. If you are getting hungry after a busy day of sightseeing and exploring the city’s picturesque streets, savour some of Charleston’s mouthwatering low country cuisine at a local restaurant. Must-try dishes range from fried catfish to shrimp and grits.



Seattle may be known for its consistently soggy weather, but this city in the Pacific Northwest has plenty to offer travel buffs. This is home to Starbucks’ world headquarters, so you can visit the first-ever Starbucks and grab a nice coffee. After getting your caffeine fix, enjoy the city’s laid-back aura. Spend your stay mingling with locals and tourists at Pike Place Market. Then head southeast of the city center to hike Mount Si’s trails. Get a dose of Seattle’s art scene while perusing the exhibits at the Seattle Art Museum and the Olympic Sculpture Park. And you can also get into character and pretend you are in Grey’s Anatomy, you know, they have a thing for ferry boats (which are all over the city).


There are plenty of other destinations that would make an amazing trip. Around the USA, there are plenty of iconic places to visit such as Disneyworld and other theme parks located in Florida and California. But, if you are looking for someplace out of the box for a unique experience, these destinations are perfect for it.