5 natural wonders of the US that you should not miss


America is a massive country with diverse geographical setup. The country is home to spectacular mountain ranges, deserts, waterfalls, ancient forests, glaciers, canyons, caves and swamps. We are going to tell you about 5 natural wonders of the US that you should not miss in this trip.

  1. Arches


A paradise for hikers, Arches National Park offers many hiking options to everyone. The hiking trails takes you to some of the famous landmarks in the US. The Arches National park has more than 2000 natural stone arches. The massive arch fins, soaring pinnacles and giant balanced rocks are some of the distinct land forms with variety of textures and contrasting colors.

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  1. Carlsbad Caverns


Located in Guadalupe Mountains of southeastern New Mexico, the Carlsbad Cavern National Park is famous for its 119 caves hidden beneath the surface. The caves were formed deep inside the ground by sulfuric acid dissolving the limestone. Here, you can find caves of all sizes. You can take a self-guided tour down the 750 foot trail and take a walk deep down the dark recesses of tunnel which are only lit by a hand lantern.

  1. Kilauea


If you wish to see how nature creates land, you can witness it in Kilauea in Hawaii. This active volcano is continuously sending hot steaming lava into Pacific Ocean increasing coastline of Big Island by inches with every passing hour.

  1. Redwoods


 If you want to see tallest trees of the planet, then a visit to Redwoods is a must. The Redwoods National park is home to rare species of flora and fauna. Here you can find fern clinging to cliffs whose ancestry can be traced back to 325 million years. The 10-mile scenic walk will bring you face to face with tremendous trees which also includes the Big Tree.

  1. Black Hills


The Black Hills National park is home to diverse landscapes that includes canyons, gulches, rugged rock formation, open grassland parks, deep blue lakes and tumbling streams. The park is an ideal place for camping and experiencing all wilderness. You can camp at Lake Sylvan or French Creek Natural area and walk through untouched forest.

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