Looking for the best places to visit in February in the USA? These are the places you want to travel to this month, whether you’re looking for winter adventures, special events, or escaping the cold.
Winter adventures are in full swing, and it’s time to start tackling your winter travel bucket list.
Visit a Pharmacy to receive our Health Pass
Go to BigBus Tours office to get our Museum Pass
Eiffel Tower Walk-up Tour
Morning photos outside the L’ouvre
Paris Boat Ride
Palace of Versailles
Visit the Louvre Museum (saw Mona Lisa!)
Climb the Arc de Triomphe
Christmas Market at Tuileries Garden
Night photos outside of The Louvre
Morning shots of Eiffel Tower from The Trocadero and Ave de Camoens
Get our rapid test for return flight to the US
Explored the Jardin du Palais-Royal area
Shopping day at Champs-Élysées and Place Vendome
Explored the Place Vendome area to view Christmas lights
Looking for the best places to visit in January in the USA? These are the places you want to travel to this month whether you’re looking for a winter wonderland, special events, or you’re running from the cold.
The holidays are over, but winter adventures are just getting started. Have you written your out a travel bucket list? After being cooped up at home, I’m excited to see some new places. Fingers crossed that the variant doesn’t take over 2022.
January is a great time to travel if you have the flexibility. In most cases, you get to avoid the large crowds from winter break, and you’ll get better hotel deals.
Park Entrance Fee: $15 Mon – Thur | $20 Fri – Sun and Holidays (per vehicle up to 4 people, $3 per additional person)
Lake Havasu State Park is north of the bridge and is one of the best spots for boating, kayaking, canoeing, picnicking, and camping. There is a beach that runs along the main part of the lake and the channel.
We ended paying to go into the state park to see 4 of the lighthouses (Cape Hatteras, Cape Henry, East Quoddy, and West Quoddy). You can see the West Quoddy across the channel, and you can walk up to the other three.
In addition, it’s a great RV camping spot or you can stay in one of their cabins.
Max Depth: 100ft
Average Visibility: 30ft
Located on the more rugged, less frequented side of Acadia NP, this area is for scuba enthusiasts who want a little adventure with their shore dives. Though certainly off of the beaten path, the Schoodic Peninsula hosts some of the most compelling diving on the East Coast. Because the coastline is often pretty rugged, shore diving should only be attempted when the weather is relatively calm, and there is no surge.
If you make it out to this side of the park, you will be rewarded with both a scenic drive and dive. Flounder, lobster, crab, and nudibranch swarm in the blue, crystalline waters off of the peninsula. There’s an astounding amount of geologic variety to explore as well, ranging from large bouldered bottoms to steep sea walls.