Global Travel Reviews: 10 Getaways in the United States


People often overlook the immense and diverse natural beauty contained in the United States, but this beautiful landscape has plenty to offer. Take a look at our top 10 of the United State’s most breathtaking destinations!

Monument Valley, Arizona

Take a drive through South East Utah and into Arizona and immerse yourself in a sea of red rock and big skies. Monument Valley is known for its sandstone buttes and ever-reaching views.

Niagara Falls, New York

Niagara Falls is one of the United States’ and Canada’s most popular destinations. Three separate and enormous waterfalls drain water from the North American Great Lakes into Lake Ontario making for a truly awesome spectacle.

Kauai, Hawaii

With blue oceans, lush rainforests, serene shorelines, and magnificent views, there is no question as to why Kauai has made our list. Enjoy challenging hikes, or relax on the beach, wherever you go there’s always beauty to be seen.

Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado

Where mountains meet a vast expanse of rolling golden sand dunes, Great Sand Dunes National Park might have you questioning where you are. Bordered by the looming Sangre De Cristo Mountains and formed by the unique winds of the San Luis Valley, these dunes seem like they settled in the wrong place. Take a trip out to the park and allow yourself to be mesmerized by the unique contrast provided by the landscape.

Mendenhall Glacier, Alaska

Located 12 miles outside of Alaska’s capital, Juneau is the Mendenhall Glacier – a 12-mile long glacier that doesn’t truly reveal its beauty until you are inside of it. For those of us with the strong urge for adventure, you can get to these surreal caves via kayak and climbing the glacier with special equipment. Once inside, you’ll be greeted by a cool blue glow and an experience unlike any other.

Crater Lake, Oregon

Amongst the Cascade Mountain Range in Oregon is Crater Lake, an incredible body of water formed from rain and snowmelt collecting inside the mouth of a volcano that erupted 7,700 years ago. The result is a stunning lake contained atop a mountain with views that reach for miles. The area is a protected national park but is open to visitors all year round, weather permitting of course.

Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada

Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall, Lake Tahoe‘s beauty never seems to fade. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada Mountain range along the California-Nevada Border This area has just about everything – blue waters, sandy shores, lush evergreens, and snow-capped mountains. Whichever season you choose to visit in, there is always natural beauty to be appreciated, and plenty of activities in which to enjoy it!

Big Sur, California

Containing one of the most breathtaking stretches of road in the United States, Highway 1, Big Sur is nothing short of spectacular. To the east, you can enjoy the naturally abundant Santa Lucia Mountain range, which is predominantly protected and maintained by national and state parks services. To the West, you can gaze off of sheer cliff faces onto the vibrant blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.

White Mountains, New Hampshire

Home to Mount Washington and the White Mountain National Forest, the White Mountains of New Hampshire are a must see when traveling through New England. In the fall, the mountains are ablaze with splashes of yellow, orange, and red as far as the eye can see, making for some of the most majestic views New England has to offer. But whichever season you decide to visit this beautiful forest, you can always find a way to soak in its elegance.

Savannah, Georgia

Walk through Savannah’s historic district and go back in time! Cobblestone roads will lead you under the eery allure of Savannah’s Spanish moss-covered oaks to historic houses and buildings dating back to the Antebellum era. Coupled with a lively culture and city life, Savannah, Georgia is one of the South’s most beautiful and fun destinations.