TipUnited States of America
Forget Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, the Golden Gate or the Grand Canyon, these attractions will give you a whole new perspective on your favourite American state.
Alabama: Mobile Bay
This huge bay in the Gulf of Alabama is the fourth largest estuary in the United States. It is worth a visit for the picturesque towns and fishing villages that line the water.
Alaska: Kenai Fjords National Park
Nature and ocean meet at the Kenai Fjords National Park near the town of Seward. Travellers can fully enjoy the natural elements of this place during the summer months by foot or on a small cruise.
Arizona: The Wave
The Wave is a fascinating landmark in the form of a wave that has steadily been shaped by the wind over centuries. Being such a fragile part of nature, only 20 people can visit it in one day.
Arkansas: Crater of Diamonds
Located above an eroded volcanic cone, this crater is the only precious gemstone site open to the public in the world. More than 400 diamonds have been discovered by visitors since 2013.
Califonia: Hearst Castle
Hearst is the prestigious and extravagant Californian estate of Randolph Hearst. His property extends over 100km² and is open to the public. Visitors can explore the gardens and the majority of the remarkable 165-room palace.