North America Travel Guides
Things to Do and Enjoy While in Saint Pierre
Contributed by Laura M. under Saint Pierre and Miquelon / Saint-Pierre
The islands of Saint Pierre and Miquelon are not very large but do have a capital city, Saint Pierre. If compared with Miquelon, Saint Pierre is on the smaller side, but the population is far more numerous here. Although t...
Take Your Beloved on a Honeymoon to Nuuk, Greenland
Contributed by Laura M. under Greenland / Nuuk
Nuuk is the capital city of Greenland and also the most populated. Here, the Greenland government also conducts its business, and about 17,500 inhabitants call this city their home. Nuuk is one of the smallest capitals on the...
The Best Attractions in Flatt’s Village
Contributed by Laura M. under Bermuda / Flatt's Village
Located on the famous Bermuda Islands, Flatt’s Village is also the home of the most important attraction on these islands, which is the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. This location was used by smugglers as a place to hi...
Niagara Falls and Its Amazing Tourist Attractions
Contributed by Laura M. under Canada / Niagara Falls
Family vacation should always be fun, so why not choose Niagara Falls as your next destination? While the place has a long tradition and a reputation to be among the most romantic places on the entire planet, where couples co...
What to See in Honolulu When You Are Not at the Beach
Contributed by Laura M. under United States / Honolulu
Honolulu is the capital of Hawaii and also the biggest city on the island. The city is famous especially for its beach, Waikiki, which attracts many people to the area each year. The city itself is packed with tourist attract...
A Guide to Quebec City
Contributed by Richard L. under Canada / Quebec
Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province, Quebec. It's the oldest city in Canada and wasfounded by Samuel de Champlain in 1608. As a port city, it's strategically located in the St. Lawrence River valley and has a ...
Key West's Key Attractions
Contributed by Richard L. under United States / Key West
If you want to visit a small place with a big name, then you must consider Key West - three and a half miles in length and one and a half miles in width. It lies to the south west of Miami, some 160 miles away. Being just mil...
Niagara Falls: Something for Everyone
Contributed by Richard L. under Canada / Niagara Falls
Whether you want a solo vacation or a vacation with your family, Niagara Falls is the idle place - it provides educational and fun activities to every person. If you have kids, then you should consider the various ameniti...
Take a Tour of the Yellowstone National Park
Contributed by Richard L. under United States / Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park, dedicated way back in 1872, is the world's oldest national park. Most of the park covers more than two million acres of land and is largely located in Wyoming State, although parts of it extend to I...
Yosemite National Park: More Than the Waterfalls
Contributed by Richard L. under United States / Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park and great waterfalls go hand in hand - one cannot be thought of without the other. So, if you want to take the pleasure of waterfalls and use up all your camera rolls, then you must visit this national ...