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Archive for the ‘Natural Wonders’ Category


Yosemite National Park (California)

It is internationally renowned for its spectacular granite gorges, waterfalls, clear streams, giant sequoia forests and great biodiversity. These characteristics make it a World heritage site and attract about three million visitors a year.

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Grand Canyon National Park (Colorado)

It is considered one of the 7 natural wonders of the world and has the visit of thousands of visitors a year. It was also one of the first national parks in the United States. The Grand Canyon itself is one of the largest tourist attractions in the United States and is thus considered one […]

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Redwood National Park (San Francisco)

If you are a fan of the Star Wars series you will like to know that this park was used as a stage to film the return of the Jedi. It has a spectacular flora that you don’t want to miss if you are near San Francisco.

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Niagara Falls (Great Lakes)

Who hasn’t heard of Niagara Falls? This group of waterfalls is perhaps the most famous in the world. It is a destination dreamed by tourists in general but especially for newlyweds. It is located on the border between the United States and Canada. They have an altitude of approximately 230 meters above sea level and […]

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Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming)

It is the oldest national park in the world and a landmark in the history of the protected areas. It is famous for, among other attractions, its geysers, its thermal springs and its variety of wildlife, which includes tame bears, wolves, bison, moose, and other animals.

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Malibu (Los Angeles)

Located at the gates of Los Angeles, Malibu is a small residential town that houses beautiful beaches, among the most famous are Malibu State Beach, Surfrider Beac, Topanga State Beach and Zuma Beach. The polemic of this area is the proximity of celebrities, you can find a certain level of agglomeration.

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Palm Beach (Florida)

The name rumbles everywhere and it is because this beach traditionally houses the summer homes of millionaire families. It has very luxurious resorts, boutiques and haute cuisine restaurants.

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Carmel (California)

It is a small seaside town with just over 4000 inhabitants and 2 kilometres of white sand beaches. The parking is a bit difficult it is this area but on the positive side it is pet friendly so you can take that furry friend and enjoy a saltwater bath.  

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