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U.S DESTINATIONS

Arizona

The home of the Grand Canyon is also the land of painted deserts, spiritual vortexes and ghost towns. Indeed, the 48th state is more than just desert and cacti: It has rivers, forests, mountains—and such man-made luxuries as gold courses, plush resorts and upscale nightlife. When you visit Arizona you also get a textured look at the different cultures that have shaped it over the centuries, from the Native Americans to the Spanish and the iconic cowboys of the Wild West days

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Florida

Millions of people from around the world visit Florida each year, and for good reason—it’s got it all. Theme parks, a variety of beaches, resorts and hotels, and its great climate make Florida travel an easy and ideal escape. The Orlando area is a tourism mecca with Disneyworld, Universal Studios and Sea World. The Everglades and the Florida Keys are also great areas to visit in Florida.

California

Travel to California and walk through its towering redwood forests, lounge on one of its world-class beaches, and sample its award-winning wines. Visit its bustling cities and take in the breathtaking views, experiences and culinary delights the golden state has to offer.

Tennessee

Tennessee’s wide breadth offers a bounty of geographical wealth, making it especially great for outdoor lovers, like hikers and climbers. The Western part of the state, around Memphis, was formed by the Mississippi River, while the east, around Knoxville, is lined by the Appalachian Mountains. The Great Smoky Mountains, a sub-range of the Appalachians, are the most visited mountains in America.Travel to Tennessee is also rich for history buffs!

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Missouri

Branson, located in the state of Missouri, is a city of about 11,000 people in the Ozark Mountains. It’s a popular holiday and tourist destination because of its proximity to several beautiful outdoor sites including the Table Rock Lake, Lake Taneycomo, and Bull Shoals Lake. Branson travel is perfect for all things outdoors. Branson has nightlife too, and it might be famous for its Titanic Museum if it weren’t for the city’s long association with country music

Nevada

Thumping nightlife scene that slips into day, unparalleled dining options, and shopping that never stops are the only constants in a city that is constantly reinventing. The primary industry of Las Vegas is sensory overload. When you travel to Las Vegas, the lights, the sounds, and the exotic parade of people, all coming to soak up the vibes of legendary Sin City, are a feast all their own

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Virginia

Virginia travel is ideal for winter sports enthusiasts, with miles of ski trails and several world-class resorts. Fall is also an ideal time to visit, when the temperatures have cooled down and Virginia puts on a show with miles of fall foliage. Travel to Virginia during the fourth of July and enjoy the fireworks display. Outdoor enthusiasts will love visiting Virginia any time of the year. It is easy to explore the natural beauty of Virginia. During the summer plan a visit to Virginia Beach or a resort vacation at the Hot Springs Spa.

Texas

Texas is so big and diverse that it’s practically its own country. It was, in fact, a nation of its own from 1836 to 1845. The Texas landscape ranges from desert badlands and swimmable coastlines to lush mountains and sprawling prairies. Its communities go from the heights of urban sophistication (and size!) on down to the tiniest, most charming out-of-the-way towns.

South Carolina

From the Blue Ridge Mountains in the west to the Atlantic Ocean in the east, South Carolina offers as much variety in its terrain as it does in its attractions and activities. The state is divided into three regions. The upstate, anchored by the growing city of Greenville, is popular for outdoor activities and quaint mountain towns. South Carolina’s coast encompasses historical gems like Charleston and Fort Sumter, as well as golf and beach havens like Hilton Head Island and Myrtle Beach.

Utah

Utah, home to a wealth of natural, national treasures across the state

Far more than just a state in the western USA, Utah is a state of mind. Sculpted by wind, water and time, Utah's landscape is the perfect canvas for adventurers. From its five incredible national parks to the winter sports wonderland of the Wasatch Mountains to Salt Lake City’s urban charms, Utah is a place where unexpected experiences forge lasting memories.