The 5 Best Camping Sites to Visit in United-States

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Every national park in the USA offers a picturesque nature and a natural and rugged environment. We asked what their favorite national parks for 2 person tent camping are, and these five stood out from the rest: Glacier, Grand Canyon, Great Smoky Mountains, Yellowstone, and Yosemite. So, pull out your camping map and take note of where your campers can go.

Glacier National Park – Montana

More than 700 miles of trails lead adventurous hikers through unspoiled wilderness, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and alpine lakes. The park preserves more than a million acres of glacier-carved forests, peaks, and valleys in the northern Rocky Mountains, and is home to 70 species of mammals and 270 species of birds.

Glacier offers 13 camps with more than 1,000 campsites. Pets are allowed in the camps but are not allowed on any park trail.

Grand Canyon National Park – Arizona

More than 1,500 plant species, 355 birds, 89 mammals, 47 reptiles, nine amphibians, and 17 species of fish are found in the Grand Canyon National Park. Camp reservations can be made at two camps in the park, one on each side of the rim: Mather Camp on the south rim in Grand Canyon Village, and the camp on the north rim.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The park covers more than 800 square miles in the southern Appalachian Mountains and is divided between Tennessee and North Carolina. It is known worldwide for its biological diversity and animal life. More than 17,000 species have been documented in the park, and scientists believe an additional 30,000-80,000 species may live there.

The Great Smoky Mountains are the most visited national park in the United States and are among the oldest mountains in the world – they formed 200-300 million years ago. The unique habitat is home to approximately 1,500 bears and 100 native tree species. There are over 800 miles of hiking trails. The Park Service maintains ten camps developed in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Unloading stations are located at Cades Cove, Cosby, Deep Creek, Look Rock, and Smokemont camps.

Yellowstone National Park 

Yellowstone National Park is the first national park in the United States. The park was established in 1872 and encompassed three states: Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Yellowstone is spectacular for wildlife, geology, and nature, and is most famous for its geothermal activity. Visitors to the park love hiking, camping, fishing, and views of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. There are 12 camps in Yellowstone National Park with more than 2,000 camps.

Yosemite National Park – California

Two wild and picturesque rivers, the Tuolumne and Merced rivers, start in the high country of Yosemite and flow west to the Central Valley of California. Yosemite has 13 camps, of which ten camps can accommodate RVs, and four are open year-round. Group campsites and horse spots are also available.…

5 Most Fascinating Places In The World

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We guarantee you that this selection of the five most fascinating places in the world will surprise even the most traveling person, leaving you breathless.

Angkor, Cambodia

This was discovered at the end of the 16th century, the capital of the former Khmer empire and considered the largest religious structure in the world, Angkor is one of the most incredible places in Asia and also in the world. Despite the many tourists who come daily to tour its temples, feeling at true Indiana Jones moments, you cannot forget (here either) that early rises are essential to enjoy one of the best sunrises in the world in front of Angkor Wat. Lengthen the day until sunset, at which time the light falls just in front of the temples, it also has a prize, and you can live that unique atmosphere that is created in this place at that time of day.

Tikal, Guatemala

Located in the heart of the jungle and considered one of the most important enclaves of the Mayan civilization, Tikal is one of those places that will not leave you indifferent. We advise you to dedicate enough hours to get to know and get closer to the most important structures, especially those of the Grand Plaza, a symbol of Tikal and also of Guatemala. Although watching the sunrise from Temple V is one of the great recommendations, we advise you not to forget the sunset, another of the most special moments of the day in Tikal, both from Temple V and from Temple II in the Large square.

Abu Simbel, Egypt

Many times concealed by the impressive Pyramids of Giza, Abu Simbel is one of the fascinating places on the planet and also an essential on any trip to Egypt. Whether you arrive by land, air, or aboard a cruise ship, the impression of being in front of such a work of the human being might be one of the moments of the trip that we assure you will not forget.

Jamaa el Fna Square, Marrakech, Morocco

If there is an unmistakable place in Morocco, that is the Jamaa el Fna Square. Heart of Marrakech and the Medina, to arrive here, is to get into sensations in the nerve center of the city from where a whole network of streets and passages that make up one of the most famous souks in the world. Do not forget that Jamaa el Fna when night falls, undergoes the absolute transformation, filling up with small stands where people gather to taste the delicious Moroccan cuisine. If you want to have the best views, go up to one of the terraces that surround the square and get a good table. You will not regret it.

Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

Considered one of the largest volcanoes in the world, the Ngorongoro Crater is also one of the most important places in Tanzania, receiving millions of travelers who come to enjoy the wildest nature in one of the fascinating environments in the world.…