Some irresistible towns to explore in America

Outside the national parks, home to stunning and breathtaking wonders are gateway towns. These are small communities with a lot to offer aesthetically. While exploring the local culture, charming hotels and innovative cuisines, there are a few famous US towns you would instantly fall in love with. So when you are planning your next trip to US, make sure to include at least one place in your bucket list from the ones mentioned below.

Town of Mammoth Lakes, California

It is the booming travel destination for people and is best known as mecca for winter sporting enthusiasts. With an estimated 300 days of sunshine a year, skiers and snowboarders can soak in the sun while taking a gentle run or embracing the steep black route down the mountain. The Mammoth’s lake village located at the mountain’s base offers plenty of great delicacies and will surely capture your taste buds for a good amount of time. For 360 degree view, try the gondola ride up to the mountain.

Mancos, Colorado

This is a place to watch some good historical monuments and witness the thriving artisan community. The Mancos Opera House preserves a snapshot of what theaters looked like during the 20th century. One can purchase leather goods, jewelry, print work or just appreciate the skilled craftsmanship there. During summer time, the place offers rafting, inner tubing, kayaking, and boating tours and activities to cool down the heat. To get the best tour packages, compare a few hotels online before you book hotel rooms online.

Kailua Village, Hawaii

The historic sea side village has more to offer than meet the eyes. The Hulihee Palace is one of the three Royal Palaces of US and is a total treat to watch. The annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival is something no coffee enthusiast should miss. The coffee beans can also be purchased locally there. Fishing and extreme sports are enough to keep the adventure lovers hooked to the amazing town. Soak in sunshine and fill your heart with the scenic beauty of the Hawaiian village.

Bar Harbor, Maine

The fresh seafood is one the main attractions Bar Harbor has to offer to people who come for great food to a place. The lobsters are a treat to eat over there and it is evident from the fact that more than five lacks are eaten every year. The picturesque waterfront with independent book stores, galleries, gift shops, and some of the outdoor sculptures are enough to keep you hooked to the place. Just check hotel reviewer sites and online hotel deals before making the bookings to avail amazing packages and discounts.

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