The USA is a country located in North America and it's neighbors south and north are Cananda and Mexico. It is the third largest country in the world, and third largest by population. It is bordered on the west by the Pacific Ocean and east by the Atlantic Ocean. It is more than twice the size of the European Union, and has high mountains in the west and a lot of plains and praries. The lowest point of the country is Death Valley, and the highest point is Mt. McKinley.
The USA has many scenic places all over the country to visit. One of them is the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
To experience some of the most inspiring views America has to offer, plan a trip to Grand Canyon National Park. The Colorado River weaves its way through the 277-mile-long canyon, making it a top destination for whitewater rafting. The Arizona park is also a superb spot to hike, offering scenic paths like the Bright Angel and North Kaibab trails. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time in the Grand Canyon, you're sure to feel small against its towering rock formations and expansive vistas. The Grand Canyon is one of the biggest and deepest places in the USA. Be careful though, you wouldn't want to slip!
Another place to visit would be Yosemite National Park in Calfifornia.
A vacation at Yosemite National Park in California is all about reconnecting with nature. Spend your visit checking out famous landmarks like Half Dome and Glacier Point or hiking Cathedral Lakes, the Mist Trail and other popular paths. You'll also want to save time for admiring Yosemite's numerous waterfalls, including the towering Yosemite Falls, which is one of the tallest waterfalls in the world. If you're not one for camping, opt for a daytrip from San Francisco, Sacramento or Lake Tahoe. Yosemite National Park is a beautiful place to be and it will certainly be worth your time
The last place I will recommmend is Yellowstone National Park
America's first national park provides plenty of attractions to excite nature lovers, from steaming geysers to bubbling hot springs to hiking trails that stretch more than 900 miles. Plus, animal fans will appreciate a visit to the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center to learn about local wildlife. If you'd rather look for wild critters inside the park, spend a few hours driving through the Hayden and Lamar valleys. Both areas are considered popular havens for Yellowstone National Park's resident bison, wolves and grizzly bears. Yellowstone's popular geyser, Old Faithful, can blast up to 180 feet!
Some places other than the ones I listed are:
Some places and countries I visited that I think are cool are: