The United States is made up of 50 states that vary in landscape, climate, and culture. You can visit the many vibrant and exciting cities around the country or spend time exploring the varying landscapes and national parks. There are 63 National Parks that offer incredible nature and unique experiences. Relax on one of the many beaches in Maui, go skiing in the mountains in Colorado, or shop in Soho in New York City. There is so much to see and do in the US that it can get overwhelming to plan a trip. Choose a state below and read the guides to help you plan your next trip.
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Death Valley National Park is a unique national park in the United States where you can visit the lowest point in North America and the hottest place on earth. The national park expands over 3.4 million acres, making it the
Summer may seem like the best time to visit national parks, but several national parks can get too hot during the summer, with temperatures above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. In the fall the weather starts to cool down making it the
Kauai, also known as the Garden Island, is the oldest Hawaiian Island featuring dramatic cliffs, lush rainforest, and picturesque golden beaches. Kauai is the ultimate getaway if you are looking for a mix of relaxing and adventure. Which of these
Pin Share Email Tweet Big Sur is the dramatic coastline in California between Carmel and San Simeon. Here you can find breathtaking views, hiking trails, beaches, waterfalls and more. With so many incredible things to do in Big Sur it
The Mokes, or Mokulua Islands are two islets off the windward coast of Oahu, near Lanikai Beach. Both of the islands are part of the State Seabird Sanctuary. You can kayak to the large island, Moko Nui, and explore the
Are you looking to move somewhere for a few months to experience a new place while working remote? There is no reason to move all your furniture and belongings with you if you are only going to be somewhere temporarily.