4. Grand Canyon
With a name like that, it’s no wonder that the Grand Canyon made it on this list!
This UNESCO World Heritage provides endless hiking and adventuring opportunities with its 18-by-277 mile area. Hiking, camping, biking and even rafting the Colorado River are all unique activities you can try solo or with your family.
Many visitors have fallen in love with the sparking Havasu Falls, one of the park’s must-see attractions. However, if you also want to avoid the crowds and enjoy some much-needed peace and quiet, you can always visit the North Rim, a far less populated area.
One thing’s for sure, pictures of the Grand Canyon will never do it justice, and we truly believe this will be a once in a lifetime experience for whoever decides to visit!