The US has so many diverse destinations, from coastlines to big cities, that it's hard to choose the best.
To experience some of the most inspiring views America has to offer, plan a trip to Grand Canyon National Park.
America's first national park provides more than 900 miles of hiking trails, as well as plenty of attractions.
A vacation at Yosemite National Park in California is all about reconnecting with nature. Spend your visit checking out famous landmarks.
With idyllic beaches and verdant parks, Maui offers ample opportunities to relax. Here, you can spend your days admiring the scenery as you cruise along the Road to Hana.
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.
Oahu features a nice balance of urban and beach environments. And with pleasant weather year-round, there really is no wrong time to visit this Hawaiian paradise.
Nicknamed the Garden Island, Kauai relies on its immense natural beauty to stand out from other Hawaiian Islands.
In Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming's snow-topped Teton Mountains rub elbows with the Snake River, Jackson and Jenny lakes, wildflower fields, swamps and more.
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.