If you love wide open spaces, walking among tall trees, sleeping under the stars and road tripping through diverse landscapes, then you are going to love exploring the national parks of America.
There’s more to Hawaii than Waikiki. Across the four main Hawaiian islands of Oahu, Maui, the Big Island and Kauai, there’s no shortage of activities to do for outdoor lovers. You can go snorkelling and see wild turtles, hike up volcanoes, or have a beach day while watching the insane skills of local surfers.
The Caribbean island of Cuba is filled with history, culture, sunshine, music and beaches. Travellers can ride in one of Havana’s classic cars or check out historical colonial buildings, go for a swim at Varadero, or choose from a hike or a horseride in Vinales.
There’s a lot more to California than San Francisco and LA. Heading east of San Francisco, you’ll find beautiful national parks and pristine lakes, including North America’s largest alpine lake.
Raging rivers, rain, wind and snow have shaped the American state of Utah into the unique landscapes of today – and now they are a playground for adventurers.