If you have a bucket list then travelling is definitely on your list. You can’t live life to the fullest if you don’t leave some time for travelling and exploring. The magnetic beauty of each place in the world is a powerful element that can leave us breathless and in awe. Travelling can teach us so much about the world and most importantly about ourselves. So pack up your bags, grab your road trip playlist, a travelling companion, and explore the great U S of A. Without further ado, let’s look at Bucket List No 1: 10 Magical Travel Spots You Won’t Believe Exist in the USA. Hearing back from you is the best part of our day, so take a minute to enlighten us of your bucket list in the comment section below.
1- Antelope Canyon | Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park | Arizona
2- Haiku Stairs | Oahu | Hawaii
3- Mendenhall Ice Caves | Juneau | Alaska
4- Grand Prismatic Spring | Yellowstone National Park | Wyoming
5- Multnomah Falls | Columbia River Gorge | Portland | Oregon
6- Garden Key | Dry Tortugas National Park | Florida
7- Glass Beach | Fort Bragg | California
8- Havasu Falls | Grand Canyon National Park | Arizona
9- Fly Ranch Geyser | Washoe County | Nevada
10- Rainbow Falls | Watkins Glen State Park | New York
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