Thanks to the tourists who regard Ambergris Caye as their piece of heaven on earth, the long and thin island has been hailed as a top destination in Central America. The north side of the island is where the gem of Ambergris Caye lies.
Alaska’s most-visited attraction is the Denali National Park and Preserve, and it is a famous spot for all the valid reasons. The park’s vast size of 6-million acres plays host to the region’s wilderness, mountain views and wildlife.
Sitting on the northern border of Montana is Glacier National Park, hailed as one of North America’s most intact ecosystems. With the park’s countless facilities and jaw-dropping attractions, this has become a destination that welcomes almost two million tourists per year.
Moab is better known as Utah’s “Adventure Central,” an easy gateway to Canyonlands National Parks, Arches National Park, and other Canyon Country distinct places. Situated in the red rock country, Moab comprises of boundless opportunities ranging from scenic wonders to outdoor adventures.
The Big Island is the largest among the islands of the Hawaiian chain. Here, a vast number of activities can be done while exploring its innumerable stunning sights including historic parks, black sand beaches, lovely coastlines, and the famous active volcanoes.
Mazatlan is one of Mexico’s affluent cities. With a low population composed of warm and friendly people and with attributes combining culture, history, and scenic attractions, Mazatlan is nicknamed Pearl of the Pacific for all the right reasons.
Acadia National Park is named as the only US National Park in New England. It has size of more than 47,000 acres where a large portion is found in Isle au Haut and the rest in Schoodic Peninsula.
Known for its historic districts, rocky peninsulas and ancient fortresses, San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, is one of the region’s most-visited destinations. Nestled in the karst zones in the Northern coastal planes, San Juan is more than just a historic district.