Places to See Before You Die

There are many places in the world that would be wonderful to visit. These places have been mentioned in cinemas, history books and hold a lot of significance. Let’s look at the places that you should see when you get tired of all the noise, stress and crowd of the city and want to spend some time in the nature.
Grand Canyon National Park
America has 58 National Parks in total and Grand Canyon is one of the most impressive USA park. National Park was created on 26 February 1919. Its unique combinations of inspiring landscape overwhelms our senses through its boundless size. The park is 446km long and up to 29km wide. Its wild life is beyond comparison which you have never seen before. There is much to see from north rim and south rim. This spectacular park is nearly 1,500 m deep and it has amazing scenic hiking trails. It has visually powerful landscapes and are considered as world’s most powerful landscapes.
Antelope Canyon
Antelope Canyon is the most-viewed and most-photographed place in America because of its unique form and appearance.
It is located on Navajo nation and now become a source of economy for the nation. Adventurous traveller always get attracted towards Antelope Canyon because of its mysterious and haunting beauty.
Monument Valley
One of the grandest and truly iconic landmark in America is Monument Valley. Monument Valley is the valley of the rocks. The place is beautiful and is full of people so prepare yourself for the most majestic experience. Valley has been a favorite shooting location for film-makers of holly-wood and photographers. The park is open daily and its timings are 6am to 8pm from May till September and from 8am to 5pm from October through April.
Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park, is one of the most beautiful park in the United States and is best known for its amazing waterfalls, deep valleys, grand meadows, a vast wilderness area, polished domes, and much more. This national park covers an area of 3,080.74 km. The park has exceptional natural beauty and world’s highest waterfalls. Yosemite National Park was created on 30 June 1864 by an act of congress. There is so much to see and do right there inside Yosemite National Park.
Badlands National Park in South Dakota
Badlands National Park in South Dakota covers an area of 244,000 acres. The park has always been a tourist attraction and is visited by millions of people annually. You can experience the beauty of the park up-close and personal by it’s hiking trail. They have Ben Reifel Visitor Center which provide advice about trails. Badlands National Park offers opportunities to glimpse wildlife. The weather of Badlands is variable and unpredictable with temperature ranging from 116° F to -40° F. This park is larger than all of the other National Park in the Midwest. Thus, take your time to enjoy this amazing place. On www.historicalplacesinamerica.com you will find huge collection of such places.