North America Travel Guide

Death Valley

Death Valley

A visit to North America's hottest, driest and lowest place is a chance to see how tough you are and match your mettle against that of nocturnal rodents, ingenious reptiles and wily coyotes.

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The Everglades

The Everglades

America’s last subtropical wilderness, the Everglades are the last place in the United States to see such a rare and unique range of primordial creatures.

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The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon may very well be the biggest star of North America. Its numbers are staggering — 1 million acres, 277 miles long, 10 miles wide, 4,000 feet deep.

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Gran Desierto de Altar

Gran Desierto de Altar

The antithesis of a tourist trap, this Mexican desert is the kind of place that draws extreme adventurers looking to explore volcanic craters and lunar-like conditions.

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The Grand Tetons

The Grand Tetons

Visitors to the majestic Grand Tetons of Wyoming are virtually guaranteed to spot wildlife while hiking through forests, floodplains and wetlands.

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The Great Plains

The Great Plains

Whether it's bison viewing at Wind Cave National Park, or spotting pronghorns in the grasslands, the Great Plains is a wildlife lover's dream come true.

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Kodiak Island

Kodiak Island

If you love bears, Alaska's Kodiak Island has the biggest in the world. Around 3,500 of them patrol the second-largest island in the United States.

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Labrador, Canada

Labrador, Canada

The remote province of Labrador, Canada, with its caribou, wolves and black bears, is a must-visit destination for the truly adventurous outdoor-lover.

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Monument Valley

Monument Valley

The red rock spires of Monument Valley have been scene-stealers in more western movies than any other place in the U.S., making it one of the most photographed landmarks in the country.

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The Sonoran Desert

The Sonoran Desert

One of the largest and hottest deserts in North America, the Sonoran is teeming with iconic cacti and desert wildlife — bighorn sheep, coyotes, hawks and more.

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