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  • At Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah, visitors can ponder the power of water in a landscape that’s usually defined by its absence. 

  • One of the least visited U.S. national parks, Kobuk Valley National Park in Alaska is remote and wild, and known for its magnificent sand dunes. 

  • The hottest and driest national park in the United States, Death Valley is known for its sand dunes, deep canyons and even fields of wildflowers.

  • Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota is home to one of the world’s longest cave systems, known for its honeycomb-like formations and more.

  • Olympic National Park is home to three distinctly different ecosystems: glacier-capped mountains, rain forests and a wild coastline.

  • Joshua Tree National Park in California spans two distinct desert ecosystems and is home to a fascinating variety of plants and wildlife. 

  • From roaring fumaroles to boiling lakes, Lassen Volcanic National Park is a perfect destination for those looking to discover volcanic treasures. 

  • Congaree National Park in South Carolina protects the largest intact expanse of old-growth bottomland hardwood forest remaining in the United States.

  • Canyonlands National Park in Utah offers some of the United States’ most stunning and varied natural sites.

  • From Florida to Alaska, park rangers help visitors enjoy the amazing U.S. national parks.

  • Visitors experience rich marine beauty and human history at Florida’s Biscayne National Park.

  • The National Park Service preserves hundreds of natural and historical wonders of the United States for generations to come.

  • The Landmarks Preservation Commission, which protects more than 36,000 landmark properties in New York City, can serve as an example for specialists trying to save India’s historical structures.

  • With more than 400 wineries, stunning views and gourmet food restaurants, Napa Valley in California has something for everyone.

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