United States

The United States, often referred to as the “Land of Opportunity,” is a vast and diverse country offering a myriad of experiences. From the towering skyscrapers of New York City to the serene wilderness of Yellowstone National Park, the U.S. is a traveler’s paradise. With its varied landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture, this nation is a dream destination for all types of adventurers.

Explore the sun-soaked beaches of California, embark on a cross-country road trip through the Sierra Nevada mountains, or discover the historical roots of the American Revolution in New England. The US offers exploration and new experiences for every traveler – whether you’re a star-studded fashionista heading to NYC, an outdoors explorer taking off on the PCT, or a foodie exploring the varied tastes across regions.

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When To Go To The United States


Spring is the time for renewal, when wildflower blooms cover the plains and mountains in the central states of Montana, Wyoming, and Utah. Depending on where you go, you can stretch out the winter or summer seasons to dive into what you love. You can find many California ski resorts still open through May with great snow and plenty of hot springs to explore. Or, you could head southeast where the air is warmer, and start your summer early. Be sure to stop by the vibrant city of New Orleans to explore the local cuisine, or head all the way south into the Florida Keys! 

For a proper American spring, head to the capital, Washington DC, and see the Cherry Blossom bloom while you explore the government buildings and museums. A cozy stay on the Chesapeake or further south in the Carolinas is a great way to break up the trip.


The warm summer months are great to be just about anywhere in the states that have some tree cover and freshwater (avoid the southern states this time of year)! Nothing seems more American than camping, so this is the perfect time of year to rent a van, camper, or whatever else you want to sleep in and head west. Drive the Pacific Highway up the coast between iconic beach towns, or head inland to see Yosemite, Redwood trees, Lake Tahoe, Mt. Rainier and so much more! 

If there is water nearby, you’re set. It isn’t hard to find kayak rentals or a cool place to swim. Find somewhere remote to camp and get lost watching the stars overhead, maybe even planning around the Perseid meteor shower in August!


Crisp and chilly days are best spent in the Northeast, where cobblestone colonial houses are surrounded by vibrant autumn colors from the changing trees. This is the best time to bundle in a scarf and some boots and explore the peaceful landscape that inspired Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau. 

This is the best time to explore some of the underrated regions of the North – venture into Maine’s Acadia National Park and drive through New Hampshire and Vermont’s mountains with a hot cup of local coffee. Even though the air is cool, take the chance for a misty morning canoe trip on one of the thousands of freshwater lakes, or hike into the forested hills! Keep heading west to see the best of the Adirondack State Park in NY! 


For the winter explorers, snow in the states offers various opportunities to explore and experience the best. Travelers should head to the heart of the Rocky Mountains for the best skiing, where fresh powder cascades down steep peaks. Colorado mountain towns wouldn’t be complete without a cozy lodge in the forest, with a steaming jacuzzi and some hot drinks to warm you back up!

If hitting the slopes isn’t for you, head to NYC in time to see the New Year’s celebrations in Times Square! The city turns into a winter wonderland for visitors, where you can ice-skate in Central Park, see the Rockettes in Rockafeller Square, and the perfect place for any young love to feel like a Hallmark movie.

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