An amazing place for the adventurers to get explored in the second largest rainforest of America. Nicaragua travel can be enjoyed to heart full, once you get landed there. The climatic change also affects the Nicaragua travel, so it is best if you are well aware of the climate before you prepare for your trip. 90% of the population speak in this place speak Spanish.
The Royal Table Mountain rises above the Cape Town city. Only 10-minute travel from downtown city transports you to the base of Cape Town’s Table Mountain attraction, named for its individual flat top. An aerial cable car whisks sightseers to stunning attractions in Cape Town, and the more daring ride can reach the summit via a 3-hour climb from the base up Platteklip Gorge with outfitter Abseil Africa. Early morning Sunrise and evening sunset are the best times to take the cable car to the Table Mountain attraction. The golden color bright light that glosses over Cape Town is the truly breathtaking attraction. Don’t forget to take your jacket, even on summer days, it can be quite cold on top of the mount.
Stretched across 7 miles, San Francisco is packed with activities that would please foodies, outdoorsy types and curious wanderers of all ages. Some of the San Francisco attractions include – the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, Fisherman’s Wharf, the Ferry Building Marketplace, Twin Peaks, Golden Gate Park, and many more.
Golden Gate Bridge
The orange arches amidst the rocky seascape of the San Francisco Bay have made the Golden Gate Bridge the most popular San Francisco attraction. The name has been referred to the body of water it spans. It was built to travel between San Francisco and Marin Country. The best shot of the bridge can be seen from the Golden Gate Bridge Vista Point which is situated on a hill overlooking San Francisco. One can find some scenic trails which lead to secluded beaches – Kirby Cove and Black Sands Beach.
San Francisco attraction, the Ferry Building Marketplaces, is popular amongst foodies. It is a public food market featuring small restaurants, grocery stores and snack stops. You can find variety of staples such as Mexican food, seafood, burgers, Japanese delicatessen, nut shop and a cheese and dairy bar. It is an impressive fact that despite having the formal restaurants, the visitors love to pick up to-go meal and enjoy it along the scenic waterfront. Just avoid coming on the weekends as you will end up standing in long queues. The market is open from 10am to 7pm, the farmer market from 10am to 2pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and from 8am to 2pm on Saturdays.
Golden Gate Park
This San Francisco attraction is equivalent to California’s Central Park, about 174 acres bigger. It takes a full day to experience so many things offered by this park. Within its evergreen borders are trails, playgrounds, sports, picturesque picnic spaces, gardens, sports courts, museums and more. The best part is the Japanese Tea Garden, serving as the oldest Japanese Garden in the USA. The Conservatory of Flowers is another standout which is the oldest existing public conservatory in the Western Hemisphere.
There is the California Academy of Sciences that features – planetarium, an aquarium, natural history museum and the Osher Rainforest that houses 1,600 live animals.
Also known as “a learning laboratory”, this San Francisco attraction consist of 600 hands-on exhibits covering various subject matter – psychology, engineering, biology and geography. There are six main galleries, highlights include – the tactile dome, the pitch-black sphere, the colored shadow area, and the 10,000-toothpick sculpture of San Francisco. It not only attracts children but also people of different ages.
The Cable Cars is one of the most popular San Francisco attraction seen in a television show or a movie. It has been given the title of a National Historic Landmark in 1964. The history reveals that the cable car was conceived by Andrew Smith Hallidie after he witnessed an accident involving a horse-drawn buggy trying to climb a steep San Francisco hill and failing. Approximately, nine million visitors ride the cable in a year.
If you love adventures this is the best place to spend your vacations. The major San Diego attractions include walking through the frothy surf of Coronado Beach, hiking along the sandstone cliffs of Torrey Pines State Reserve, or admiring the postcard-worthy scenery at La Jolla Cove.
This 1200 acre San Diego attraction is the city’s cultural hub which is located in downtown San Diego. A great place to stroll, picnic or bike ride. At the starting of the park is the Botanical Building, one of the most photographed places in Balboa Park. It features 2100 permanent plants, a cactus garden, a Japanese style garden, rose garden, and palm tree canyon.
There plenty of San Diego attractions residing here including Old Globe Theatre, the Spreckels Organ Pavelion, the Marie Hitchcock Puppet Theater, the San Diego Museum of Art, the Museum of Photographic Arts, the Model Railroad Museum and the San Diego Hall of Champions Sports Museum.
One of the most famous San Diego attraction is this 100 acre establishment. It is one of the largest zoos in the USA, housing rare and endangered animals in the world, about 3,500 including giraffes, giant pandas, polar bears, elephants and koalas, to name a few. There is also an option to get a bird’s eye view of the exhibits with Skyfari aerial team. If that’s not enough move to the Safari Park, 32 miles north in the Escondido which includes meerkats, lions, zebras, gorillas, bald eagles and cheetahs – roaming free. There are various safaris – a zipline safari and a caravan safari.
Torrey Pines State Reserve
This beautiful San Diego attraction features 1,750 acres of unspoiled land, protecting various types of flora – about 3,000 Torrey Pines, America’s rarest pine tree, also houses one of Southern California’s last salt marshes and waterfowl refuges. There are various trails which are offered including – the brief Guy Fleming Trail (0.7 miles round trip), the longer Razor Point Trail (1.4 miles round trip) and a beach trail that leads to Torrey Pines.
Families and couples usually love to be at this San Diego attraction for its fewer sunbathers and calmer waves, clean sands, peaceful atmosphere and idyllic location in the “Crown City”. There are plenty of picturesque sceneries to admire. The historic Hotel de Coronado placed just beyond the sand, offers ice skating which is loved by many visitors.
USS Midway Museum
A big military town, USS Midway Museum is the next San Diego attraction. Having played host to 225,000 sailors over the course of its life, the USS Midway is the longest serving American aircraft carrier of the 20th century. You can explore 60 different exhibits and 29 restored aircraft aboard, flown in World War II, Korean War and Operation Desert Storm. During the tour one can see the primary flight control room, the ship’s jail, the engine room among other areas of the other 4 acre flight deck.
New York City never falls short of amazing you with its iconic landmarks, world-class food, and fashion. Visit these NYC attractions to spend some fun time filled with an adrenaline rush, thrill, and excitement.
This world famous NYC attraction with its energized vibe has something for everyone. The lively flashing lights, television broadcasts, billboards featuring bikini models, and the strolling crowd will make it a delightful location to visit.
The pencil-shaped skyscraper, a New York City symbol, features visual arts, design and architecture. You can have a panoramic NYC view from its 86th floor, or if your adventurism calls you, you can try it from the 106th floor observatory of this NYC attraction.
Museum of Modern Art
MoMA features something that makes this NYC attraction worth visiting. It exhibits incredible and jaw dropping masterpieces created by some world-class artists like Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Picasso’s Les Demoiselles de Avignon. Glass walkways here, offer the view at various angles.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Being one of a kind museum, it has enormous pieces of artworks, more than 2 million of them from 5,000 years. This NYC attraction with its maze-like corridors and collections can keep you engaged for over a week. Do check it out.
It is one the NYC attractions that is world famous and has featured in movies as well. The bridge connects Manhattan and Brooklyn over the East river. Take a walk on the elevated walkway, constructed especially for the skaters, commuters, and cyclists.
American Museum of Natural History
It is incredibly the largest Natural history museum in the world. On the size end, it takes up to four city blocks for its space. This museum houses over 30 million artifacts kept in 45 exhibition halls. These artifacts are a collection from land, sea and outer space.
You want an escape to somewhere you can spend the time with yourself or just want to flex your muscles, this park is at your service. This large urbanized Eden is a great NYC attraction for a green carpet look, a picnic or hangout spot with your friends or just a deep contemplation.
Grand Central Terminal
I fall short of words to describe this railway station. This NYC attraction is the world’s biggest and busiest train station witnessing over 70,000 commuters daily. You can feel its magnificence once you stand at its concourse with its roof at about 12 stories height. The blue ceiling features a map of constellation sporting fiber-optic lighting.
Staten Island Ferry
This fascinating free ferry ride is taken by almost 70,000 people every day. This is a great NYC attraction in the terms that it offers you a scenic view of Manhattan skyline. Trying this, you can spectate the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in a 25-minute ride.
Stretching up to one acre, this memorial features an array of water falls from a height of 30 foot. This NYC attraction is right at the spot where twin tower used to stand. On the bronze panel at the edge of the pool, there are inscribed the names of 2,983 people killed in various terror attacks and misadventures.