The Colorado River formed this massive, awe-inspiring canyon. Nature lovers must see its majestic cliffs and brilliant hues.
Yellowstone is famous for its geothermal features, including the famed Old Faithful geyser and the Grand Prismatic Spring.
Outdoor explorers love Yosemite's granite cliffs, waterfalls, and sequoia forests. It provides stunning views, hiking, rock climbing, and animal viewing.
Niagara Falls, in Canada and the US, is breathtaking. The three waterfalls—Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls—are stunning.
This enormous wilderness is home to North America's tallest mountain, Denali (previously Mount McKinley).
A UNESCO World Heritage site with a diverse plant and animal life, the Everglades is a wetland habitat. Explore its wetlands, witness alligators, and ride an airboat.
Famous for its hoodoos, Bryce Canyon presents a surreal panorama of vivid red, orange, and white spires. The amphitheater's dawn or sunset is beautiful.
Mauna Loa and Kilauea are active volcanoes in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Visitors may explore volcanic landscapes, stroll through lava tunnels, and see colorful lava flows.
The Great Smoky Mountains, America's most visited national park, with stunning views, waterfalls, rich plant and animal life, and many hiking paths.
Water and wind formed this slot canyon over millions of years, creating strange sandstone formations and magnificent light beams through small fissures. It's a photographer's dream and a natural marvel to explore.