The amazing natural wonders of the world is on everyone’s bucket list when it comes to travelling, yet the United States offers more than enough surreal places to keep your eyes feasting on the most incredible places for a very long time.
So, get your flights booked now to California, Alaska, Arizona, Carolina, Nevada, Wyoming, Florida, Georgia, Texas and Oregon, for a start. With so many wonderful places to visit the first stop will completely depend on personal preference, on my list the first stop-over is in Nevada.
Nevada: Fly Geyser
The fly geyser in Nevada was created during drilling done in search of finding geothermal energy sources back in 1964. Minerals surfaced from the drilling hole and formed this magnificently odd formation now known as the fly geyser. It is situated on a private property although it is visible from the road.
Texas: Hamilton Pool Preserve
A popular summertime hangout just outside Austin in Texas is the natural pool that now is in the place of an underground river that existed before erosion caused the dome to collapse.
New York: Finger Lakes State Park – Watkins Glen State Park
Watkins Glen State Park is a gem hidden within the Finger Lakes State Park of New York. It is famed for the 400-foot-deep gorse offering scenic views and a breath-taking waterfall. It is possible to enjoy this magnificent scene during a day visitor as an overnight camper. There are several activities offered including picnic spots, campsites for trailers or tents and apart from fishing visitors can relax in an Olympic size swimming pool.
California: Glass Beach – Fort Bragg
In the 1900s the locals would throw their household garbage and all sorts of things over the cliffs onto the sandy beaches below, decades later what the Pacific Ocean didn’t remove is now pottery and glass shape and smoothed by many years of erosion.
Florida: Dry Tortugas National Park
Many would find it hard to believe that there is something much cooler beside the Key West fun, it is about 70 miles, according to estimations west lies the Dry Tortugas National Park. This is where an unfurnished fortress called Fort Jefferson can be found, the building process started in 1847, and now the place remains secluded from the outside world. It is only accessible by seaplane or boat and offers an amazing opportunity to unplug from the world.
Utah: Bonneville Salt Flats
Its probably the flattest place on earth, Bonneville Salt Flats was covered by a prehistoric lake until 14,500 years ago and is now where speed records are made by racers during mid-August. It gets up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit in summer, and after some rain, it is said that the whole area turns into a giant mirror. It reminds me of the next place on my list which is the White Sands National Monument in New Mexico, a snow-white desert, what could be more awesome?