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The United States of America offers a vast array of places to go, things to see and unique attractions and tours. Tourists from all over the world as well as locals enjoy all the U.S. has to offer. Tourist attractions are popular and many are looking for something new, beautiful landscapes and the unusual as well as the best attractions in the country.

Our focus is to list the popular attractions to the off the beaten path “bet you never knew existed sightseeing” throughout the country. From historical monuments, inspiring scenery, California highlights to Florida, Nevada, Hawaii and beyond.

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The Rainbow River Florida is quite possibly the most beautiful place in Florida. The Rainbow River is aglow with green and turquoise blues that flicker with the reflection from the sun. If you want to check-out of the rat race and feel refreshed with a swim in clear spring water, head to the Rainbow River Florida.

Located north of Ocala and south of Gainesville in a small town called Williston. The Devil’s Den Florida is a Prehistoric Spring this privately-owned. Now a scuba diving training center that you can also snorkel to experience.

Hotel Del Salto at Tequendama Falls is considered to be a significant tourist attraction for Colombian’s and international travelers alike. The hotel sits 18 miles southwest of Bogota and is easily accessible by car or bus. The Tour of Hotel Del Salto takes tourists longing to view Tequendama Falls and let’s them explore the stories of suicide that created such notoriety and to find out if it is haunted.

Elvis Presley “The King Of Rock n Roll” passed away on August 16, 1977. A day the world will never forget. Fans can visit his home and final resting place at Graceland, located in Memphis, Tennessee. Graceland offers you the chance to see where the King lived, see his collection of vehichles, state costumes boats and planes! And, it gives you the chance to pay your respects in person.

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