North America is full of camping destinations, unique hotels, and activities for nature lovers and explorers to tour. North America is taking the world by storm combining its comfort of hotels and epic experiences. Real adventurers go as far as humanly possible from corner to corner – Alaska included. For those looking forward to a camping experience, no more spending your night in a wet tent. There are luxurious safari tents which feature private hot tubs, personal chefs, and butlers.
Here are some of the most remarkable North America experiences and destinations you should try for your next travel adventure.
Canyonlands National Park, USA
Canyonlands is, without a doubt, the largest national park in Utah, with its diversity staggering one’s imagination. An easy way to see the park is to visit the Sky District, which is 32 miles from Moab. Canyonlands invites visitors to explore a wilderness of countless canyons that form fantastic buttes carved by Colorado River and its tributaries. These rivers divide up the park into four districts namely Island in the Sky, The Maze, The Needles and then the rivers. The areas share a calm desert atmosphere, of which each offers a different opportunity for sightseeing and adventure.
Sima de las Cotorras, Mexico
At the depths of Chiapas, Mexico, there is a 500ft wide sinkhole that is full of ancient cave paintings. Chiapas is s southern Mexican state bordering Guatemala. It is a mountainous highland and dense forest that is rich with Mayan archaeological sites and Spanish colonial towns. Chiapas is a top destination when one thinks about Mexico. It is a rappel adventure that offers a thrilling way to explore the natural beauty and cultural history of Mexico.
Athabasca Glacier, Canada
The Athabasca Glacier form part of the largest icefield in the Canadian Rockies. It is located in the amazing Columbia Icefield close to Jasper in the Canadian Rockies. These ice fields were formed around 10,000 years ago when most of the western Canada was cloaked in ice. The area spans 235 sq m reaching a depth of 360 m. You can combine your tour with a stroll along a cliff-edge walkway at the nearby Glacier Skywalk.
Avalanche Lake Trail, USA
There might be no better place to go hiking than at the Avalanche Lake in Montana. After a 2 hour hike among the valleys and peaks of Montana’s Glacier National Park, you will arrive at the Avalanche Lake. It is a calm and clear lake sitting among cascading waterfalls and snowy mountains. The Avalanche Lake Trail is a half-day hike that starts with a trail of the Cedars then along the Avalanche Creek Gorge.
Banff National Park, Canada
The National Park of Banff is the first national park in Canada. It is a 1.5 hours drive west of Calgary, Alberta in Canada. Banff is one of the world’s premier destinations that span a region of unique majestic mountain scenery. Each year, hundreds of nature lovers visit Banff to explore the emerald waters of Lake Louise. They also walk along the flower-filled heavens at Sunshine Meadows. They also get a chance to drive along the towering jagged peaks that line the Icefields Parkway.