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Top 10 most visited national parks in the US

With incredible diversity and a near-endless supply of things to see and do, US parks and national parks continue to pull in huge numbers of visitors. The latest figures show that there were 237 million visits to these stunning locations in 2020. This was 90 million down on the previous year when …

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5 Black History Sites in Philadelphia

Since Philadelphia formerly served as the nation’s capital, the story of the founding fathers is often the core lesson that visitors take away. There is, however, a narrative of equal importance to remembering and preserving American history here: the legacy of African Americans and their contributions to the city’s cultural fabric. From …

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拜登將在周一恢復來美旅遊禁令

美國有線電視新聞網(CNN)報導,一名白宮官員證實,美國總統拜登將在周一恢復川普取消的新冠旅遊禁令,對象是曾經到過巴西、愛爾蘭、英國以及歐洲大部分地區的非美國公民。

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Where To Try Bouldering

Climbing has become so popular it will make its debut at the Tokyo Olympics. Bouldering, one of the climbing events you’ll see in the Olympic games, is when people climb to heights of 20ft or less without ropes or harnesses (safety mats are often used). Climb any higher without wearing …

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Where To Try Skydiving

Forget hang-gliding and paragliding – there’s nothing like the rush of jumping from a plane at 12,000ft. Just about anyone can tandem skydive, but sky surfing, wingsuit surfing and BASE jumping are best left to pros. Where to try it: choose an idyllic natural setting like Byron Bay, Australia (try Skydive Australia), the Swiss …

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Where To Try Heli-skiing or boarding

Using a whirlybird to access untouched terrain, heli-skiing is quite technical, and you’ll get more bang (or in this case, powder) for your buck if you’re an advanced skier or snowboarder. Where to try it: widely banned in Europe, heli-skiing is popular in North America and New Zealand. Alaska’s Chugach Mountains boast some of the …

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9 Museums for American art in the US

The United States is in the throes of a tumultuous presidential transition. With increasingly polarized Americans having made a choice between red, blue, and a host of other divisive options, it’s easy to lose sight of the fabric sewing all 50 states together. If you study the work of American artists, however, …

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10 Best Hiking Trails in California, USA

Ever since Native Americans blazed the first trails through the wilderness, Californians have been hikers. Oceanside rambles, desert palm oases, skyscraping peaks and silent forests await. Here are 10 of California’s best hiking trails. Editor’s note: Please check the latest travel restrictions due to COVID-19 or the California wildfires before planning any trip and always …

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The Wave in Arizona is allowing more visitors to trek

Arizona’s famous and exclusive hike, The Wave, will soon allow more people to trek the colourful sandstone rock formation. The Wave is situated in the Vermilion Cliffs National Monument, which is located in Arizona, near its northern border with Utah. It got its name because its landscape has been eroded by the wind …

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