9 Absolutely breathtaking locations in the US that’s a sight for sore eyes!

9 Absolutely breathtaking locations in the US that’s a sight for sore eyes!

Updated on December 13, 2021 18:03 PM by Andrew Koschiev

Who doesn’t love travelling? It’s a treat to the eyes to see places that are just so serene and inexplicably beautiful. For many, it's a dream to go to America. To visit the open fields, waterfalls, islands, cities and drive along the scenic roads of the USA. Well, it's time to pull out that bucket list and add these breathtaking places in the US. And trust me, these places will make you book your flight tickets right away! Or, if you are in the US, perhaps this is when you take that long pending weekend trip to some of these stunning places. Some might even be located close enough to your home. Either way, get ready to swoon over these most scenic getaways in the US!

The majestic White Mountains in New Hampshire!

Create uncountable memories in this mountain range part of the northern Appalachian Mountains and is one of the most rugged mountains. Experience the majestic scenery this place has to offer.

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The picturesque Skagit Valley tulip fields in Washington State!

Did you think this is Holland? No, it’s the US! This is in Skagit Valley in the Washington State. Holland isn’t the only place you will get to see the gorgeous tulip fields. Head to this valley in April to soak in the scenic beauty of this picture-perfect place with the tulips in full bloom. The month of April also sees most people who come for the Tulip Festival, which happens annually for the entire April month.

Live a car-free life for a while in Mackinac Island, Michigan!

Tired of city life? Of speedy cars? Then head to Mackinac island in Michigan, where cars are not allowed! And what's even better is that this location is not known to many and is still a secret vacation destination. Situated in Lake Huron, pictures can't do justice to "the jewel of the great lakes."  You will thank me later!

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Swoon over the Crater Lake in Oregon!

Famous for its deep blue clear waters, this location is in south-central Oregon and is the deepest in the US. It emerged out of a volcanic eruption many thousand years ago. This pristine location makes for a great romantic getaway. People even choose to propose to their lovers there!

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The legendary Angel Oak Tree in South Carolina!

Rest in the shade of one of the oldest living Oak trees, also known as "The Tree," more than 65 feet tall. Because of its huge size and wide canopy gives a lot of shade, covering almost 17,000 square feet. This legendary tree has seen a lot of disasters. It's almost 500 years old and has been through hurricanes and floods.

Get enthralled by the Niagara Falls in New York!

This is a common pick, and you probably expected this to be included in this list. Well, why not? After all, this is one of the most well-known and impressive falls in the world. So, take a break from all the hustle and head to this spectacular natural wonder without a second thought!

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Aesthetic sunflower field in the Pope Farm Conservancy in Wisconsin!

Do you often find yourself watching those dreamy sunflower field reels on Instagram? Well, why watch them when you can go there and make your video of you running through the field full of blooming sunflowers? Head to the Pope Farm Conservancy to experience a whole different feeling as you bask in the beauty of the aesthetic sunflower field. Do not forget to take countless pictures to post on your social media!

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The stunning Badlands National Park in South Dakota!

Quite unlike its name, this place is a stunner! The theatrical landscapes with rock formations and canyons have one of the world's richest fossil beds of animals.

The hauntingly gorgeous Death Valley National Park in California!

Marvellous sunsets, endless sands, and some wondrous natural phenomenon, you will find it all in the Death Valley. It got its name from a group of pioneers who got lost here, and one of them died. The others thought they would die there too, and hence, the place came to be known as the Death Valley.

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