Must-do Outdoor Destinations in the USA!

If you are looking to get outdoors this season – head to one of these must-do outdoor destinations – from beaches to deserts – in the USA!

Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas is unique and has a quirky charm and culture – it’s a mix of educated flair and a touch of Texas bravado. It offers an abundance of outdoor activities – from cycling to stand-up paddle boarding, water-biking to leisurely canoe-paddling. And with 300 days of sunshine and an average temperature of 68 degrees, being active in Austin comes naturally.

Trunk Bay Beach, St John, Virgin Islands National Park, Caribbean

Trunk Bay Beach, St John, Virgin Islands National Park, Caribbean

U.S. Virgin Islands

If your idea of a perfect holiday is doing all or one of these – lying on the beach, exploring a vibrant city center or taking a sailboat ride around a crescent bay – head over to the three Islands that make up the U.S. Virgin Islands. This tropical paradise in the Caribbean is made up of three islands: St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix, and all three islands offer a host of endless opportunities with activities on land and water. Infact, the beauty and diversity of the U.S. Virgin Islands extends far beyond the white sands of the shore. Whether you are newly certified or an advanced diver, diving in the U.S. Virgin Islands is easy, accessible and offers an array of experiences for everyone.

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Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale spoils you with choices that run from a gamut of world-class museums and a renowned botanical garden to the nation’s largest wilderness preserve. You can take your pick from amusement parks, an award-winning zoo and a railroad museum! And if you’re hankering for a taste of the Old West, the state’s largest remake of an 1880s Western town is just minutes away.

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Molokai, Hawaii

Home to Kalaupapa National Historic Park, and also known as the “Friendly Island,” Molokai is located about 40 kilometers off the southeast coast of the island of O’ahu and accessible by boat or plane. The rugged terrain of Molokai features beautiful natural wonders untouched by development and large crowds. Molokai’s warm weather, warm aloha spirit and lush landscape make for an ideal winter escape.