If you're still trying to book your summer travel plans, has officially announced the winners of its first-ever , and you're going to want to tackle every single thing on that list. The site lists more than 100,000 trips, tours, and activities you can do all over the world, which they mined to uncover the , based on a business's reviews and its popularity with travelers.
Check off all of NYC's top sights in one tour. From South Street Seaport, the 9/11 Memorial, and Wall Street to Lincoln Center, Central Park, and the Brooklyn Bridge. You'll hit or see all of New York's hottest spots in one trip.
If you're a fan of gumbo, jambalaya, or pralines, this experience at New Orleans School of Cooking is for you.
With early boarding access to the ferry, you'll get to explore Ellis Island Immigration Museum and take in views from the Statue of Liberty observation deck without a hassle.
Go on a full guided tour of the Hoover Dam to learn its history and walk across the bypass bridge for aerial views. Tour begins and ends in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Get a full guided tour of Cajun country. Includes a boat tour through the bayous, traditional lunch at the oldest plantation in the south, and a guided tour of its grand mansion.
For 30 minutes, you'll get unbeatable views of the Las Vegas Strip.
Learn all about Chicago's architectural history via the Chicago River. According to , you'll see the Willis (Sears) Tower, Old Post Office, 360 Chicago Observation Deck, Wrigley Building, and Aon Center.
From Boston Common to the Charles River, the duck tour is a great way to take in various neighborhoods, streets, and the river. Plus, you'll be traveling via a World War II amphibious vehicle.
Visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Marine Corps War Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial at night on this guided tour, where you won't have to worry about fighting the daytime crowds.
Located in Oahu, Hawaii, the is the perfect way to "immerse yourself in the rich heritage of the South Pacific." From ukelele rides to canoe rides, you'll "learn traditional customs from villagers spanning Samoa, Fiji, Tahiti, Tonga, Hawaii and more."