8. Newport, Rhode Island
The sea side city is the county seat of the Newport Country which means it has no government functions. During the administration of John F. Kennedy, the city was known to have the “Summer White Houses”; it was the summer playground of America’s wealthiest families.
For years, Newport is the host to the renowned annual sailing regatta in its yacht filled harbors. The 18th-century port city is known for as the New England summer resort and a home to the survival buildings from the colonial era of the United States. Each mansion is more lavish than the last. Visitors are given a detailed tour of the town to glimpse the museums, eccentric shops, great restaurants, and the contemporary side of the city
9. Lake Champlain, Vermont
Within the border of the United States lies the natural fresh water lake in the north. The lake is simply referred to as “the island” that is popular with cyclist and oenophiles who seek a slower paced surroundings.
Lake Champlain, with its 200 miles shoreline, features gorgeous views, flourishing arts, agricultural communities, cultural heritage, and natural history. The stars lined the skyline at night and the stunning view is reflected in the clear water. For winter retreats, ice fishing and snowmobile are being enjoyed by enthusiasts. Any season works for the wonder of the lake.
10. Hawai’i Volnoes Park, Hawaii
The national park was given recognition for its outstanding natural values. It was elected by UNESCO as an International Biosphere Reserve in 1980 and a World Heritage Site in 1987. The place is sacred for Native Hawaiians
Hawai’i Volcanoes Park cradles the most massive shield volcano, Mauna Loa, and the most active volcano Kilauea, the world’s only drive-in volcano. The park features a hiking trail through seared deserts, rainforest, and volcanic craters. Rare flora and fauna can be seen as well as volcanic landscapes. It’s unpredictable but the sight of Kilauea’s lava flowing to meet the sea is a sight to behold and that’s what pulls the tourist and scientist to the place.