Some of the best reasons to visit national parks are the chance to spot wildlife, including bison, elk, bear, moose, wolves, eagles, trumpeter swans and more. Plus, of course, hundreds of species of birds. With more than 400 national parks and preserves in the National Parks System, there’s plenty of opportunity.
Indianapolis is justifiably famous for the Indy 500 race every Memorial Day weekend. It’s the oldest race in the USA – 2021 is the 105th running – and one of the most famous races in the world. But Indianapolis has a much more to offer, during Race Week or anytime of the year. Here’s why Indianapolis is on our list of where to go next.
The National Park Service has added more than a dozen new sites across the USA into the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program. The new listings join nearly 700 other sites, programs, and facilities in the network which honor, preserve, and promote the history of resistance to enslavement through escape and flight.
The magical destination of Tahiti re-opened to international tourism on May 1, 2021. Here’s why you should put Tahiti on your bucket list, especially it’s most famous island, Bora Bora. It sparkles with its diverse marine life, rugged mountain landscapes thick with colorful flowers and deep green trees, and luxurious glass-floored bungalows that seem to float over pristine turquoise lagoons.
Elvis Presley was born in Tupelo, Mississippi on Jan 8, 1935, which celebrates its most famous native year round, not just on his birthday, when there are concerts of Elvis music and screenings of his most popular Hollywood movies. Tupelo is more low-key, and far less glitzy or crowded than Graceland, in Memphis, which he