The 5 best unusual places to visit in USA with your ESTA

unusual places to visit in the us

The United States of America take 4th place in the list of largest countries in the world. Here are five of the most beautiful and unusual destinations to visit using your ESTA in the USA. 

Adding any of these stops to your vacation spot list for this year will surely make you want to come back for more.

Oneonta Gorge, Oregon

Visiting Oneonta Gorge will be a unique hiking experience. It will take you up a river trail and lead you to a gorgeous waterfall view that will leave you idle. The virgin forests and greenery surrounding the waterfalls create the feeling of a fairytale. Reaching the top is both challenging and a lot of fun. However, make sure to go prepared for any weather conditions. You can visit Oneonta any time of year. However, note that to reach the top you will be passing through an actual river bed. We advise you to plan your hike when the water levels are low so that you don’t have to swim your way up the peak.

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

The Dry Tortugas National Park consists of seven small islands, which play a vital role for migrating birds who travel between the US and South America, by creating several resting points. For this precise reason, the Dry Tortugas islands one of the few places in the world, where over 300 different species of birds incredibly diverse sea life can be spotted.

It is recommendable to visit the islands during the summer season if you want to enjoy the crystal clear blue waters to the fullest.

Hamilton Pool Preserve, Texas

The Hamilton Pools Preserve offers an unforgettable experience for all nature lovers. Thousands of years of water erosion have created the canyon and the natural pool. Turtles, fish, and waterfalls are just a few of the details that make the Hamilton Pool unique. You can spend a whole day there, swimming, playing and making incredible photographs. The one thing to remember before going is to make a reservation in advance. The entry restrictions are introduced with the aim of better preserving this natural treasure and keeping it from overcrowding.

The Japanese Gardens, Washington

If you happen to be in Washington, make sure to visit the Japanese Gardens in Manito Park. These lovely little gardens bring the atmosphere and landscapes of Japan to life. Getting there in the early morning will surely give you the opportunity to experience the perfect serenity and peacefulness of the Japanese park. The attention to detail and the excellent maintenance of the park make it a real jewel in the middle of Spokane’s South Hill. The official statement of the park is that “The Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Japanese Garden is a place where nature, tranquility, and beauty come together.“ We can confirm this with no doubts.

Olympic National Park, Washington

Many foreign visitors aren’t aware of the beautiful and well preserved natural treasures just waiting to be discovered at the back door of Washington. The Olympic National Park has to offer 70 miles of coastline on one side and almost a million acres of wilderness, including rainforests and glacier-capped mountains. As the main points of interest are located at considerable distances from one another, make sure to rent a car before going, and prepare for hours of mind boggling drive.

These and plenty more unusual and beautiful places in the United States are waiting for you! Your best chances to see any of them is to apply for your ESTA today! The ESTA visa waiver is valid for 2 consecutive years and give you the right to remain in the US for 90 days per journey.

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