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Take in the Beauty and Celebrate Our Country’s National Parks

This year is the 100th anniversary of the U.S. National Parks Service. National Parks Week takes place on April 16 through April 24. During this week, admissions to all national parks are free. There’s no better year to plan a vacation at a national park than this year!

The U.S. has more than 400 parks, so there are amazing outdoor places to explore and people to meet during your national park adventure. And it’s a very affordable vacation too.

You can find the park that’s perfect for you based on location, or activities like hiking, biking and kayaking or even mountain climbing. Or choose based on the landscapes (caves, cliffs, mountains, geysers, etc.) historical landmarks, plants and animals or other interests. Immerse yourself in nature, see some of the most fantastic surroundings on earth and enjoy the beauty.

Find your park. Here are just a few ideas.

Yosemite National Park . See giant Sequoia trees that live for thousands or years, majestic mountains, waterfalls, spacious meadows and enormous wilderness areas.

Yellowstone National Park . More geysers (over 300) exist in Yellowstone than anywhere else in the world. In addition to preserving the geysers, the park also protects abundant wildlife such as grizzly bears, wolves, herds of bison and elk.

Grand Canyon National Park. The Grand Canyon spans 277 river miles. The vastness of the canyon and its colorful rock formations stun the senses, making it one of the great wonders of the world.

Reflect on life. Feel free and calm in the surroundings of nature. Create unforgettable memories in breathtaking places and broaden your perspective of the world. Better yet, share your experience. Go with a bunch of friends and charter a minibus or bus. You won’t miss out on views along the way, and bus charter travel is very affordable.

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Take in the Beauty and Celebrate Our Country’s National Parks