An island of the Hawaiian archipelago, Maui has an impressing 30 miles of beaches among them the golden-crescent Kapalua. At the peak of the island, sits Haleakala National Park and the volcanic Haleakala Mountain. If sunset cliff diving and windsurfing is your idea of fun, then Kaanapali and Ho’okipa are the places you should be looking forward to go. The island is also very ideal for hiking. Make sure you also visit the Iao Valley, and the Maui Ocean Center.
6. Yellowstone National Park
Can you believe that this place has a waterfall that is double the height of Niagara Falls! The park covers around 3500 square meters featuring hot springs, geysers, forests, rivers and even canyons. The park is a natural habitat for a wide range of wild animals including wolves, elk, bears and even bison. It also has a lake that is a great fishing and boating avenue. Its rivers have banks that encourage camping and hiking. Also make sure you visit Grand Prismatic Spring, Mammoth Hot Spring and other sites too.