Two Adventure Tours in the USA

Two Adventure Tours in the USA

Many people are choosing to visit places in the U.S. rather than flying to other countries. With the increase in world-wide terrorism, outbreaks of pandemics, and the increase in air disasters, people are thinking it is probably safer to vacation close to home. There are thousands of places in the United States that attract people from all over the world. Two places come immediately to mind: Hawaii and Yosemite Natural Park.

Maui, Hawaii Tour

Hawaii is the most adventurous place in the Unites States. One tour you should not miss is the Atlantis Submarine that takes you 100 feet below the surface of the ocean. This passenger submarine is designed technologically for tourists. All such submarines are powered by batteries and are environmentally safe, do not emit pollution, and do not disturb the ocean creatures. After reaching cruising level, you will be treated to the submarine pilot’s running commentary of the underwater scenes gently parading past the viewing windows. You will see eels, fish of every description, sea urchins, snapper, perhaps some dolphin, and coral reefs of every color. The submarine will take you past a 19th century whaling ship which lies on the bottom and has been overtaken by undersea creatures to create a unique ecosystem.

Yosemite Natural Park

Yosemite National Park is a unique natural phenomenon in United States that is famous for its spectacular scenery which includes breathtaking waterfalls. Yosemite Falls, at 1425 feet, is the tallest waterfall in the world. Yosemite Park is in Sierra Nevada in California and covers 1,200 square miles. It is a mountainous area and you can drive almost everywhere but you are encouraged to use the shuttle service. If you plan to stay overnight at one of the lodges or plan to camp, it is essential that you make reservations.


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