US is home to a wide variety of tourist destinations ranging from the skyscrapers and bright lights of New York City, to the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon and Alaska to the sunny beaches of Florida, California and Hawaii. Whether you like to explore the big cities or hit the road and visit some of nature's fantastic wonders, there are plenty of things to do in America while studying.
You might want to visit these places while studying in the US
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Set aside in 1872 to preserve the vast number of geysers, Yellowstone is the world's first national park with hot springs and other thermal areas, as well as the wildlife. The park is located on top of a gigantic hotspot where light, hot, molten rock rises towards the surface.
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
Found in northern Arizona, the Grand Canyon is a major tourist attraction in the U.S. which was Carved over several million years by the Colorado River, the canyon has a depth of over 1.6 kilometers and is estimated to be 446 kilometers long.
Niagara Falls, New York
Located between New York and the province of Ontario in Canada, Niagara Falls is one of the most remarkable natural wonders of the world. Comprising three falls, (1) American Falls (2) Bridal Veil Falls and (3) Horseshow Falls, these water falls receive more than 15 million visitors each year.
New York City, New York
New York is one of the most amazing cities in the U.S and famous for its incredible skyline, endless options of things to do and see rich history, Whether you're keen to see a Broadway show, explore the museums, visit the historical neighbourhoods nearby or wine and dine in the city, it has to offer a lot.
Washington Monument, Washington, D.C
Standing tall at 169 meters, the Washington Monument is an obelisk made of white marble, granite and blue gneiss which honors the first president George Washington.
Florida Keys, Florida
Positioned off the southern coast of Florida, the Florida Keys is a coral cay archipelago which forms southernmost portion of the U.S.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
Manua Loa - the world's largest volcano - and Kilauea are among the most active volcanos in the world and If you drive through the park at night, red-orange globes of hot lava oozing out of the earth can be observed .
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