- Kayak compiled a list of the most searched destinations for summer travel.
- Florida came out on top with interests in Miami, Fort Myers, and Key West.
- Hawaii was the second most popular with interests in Kailua-Kona, Maui, and Kauai.
Planning a summer vacation can be difficult, especially when trying to narrow down a location. While many struggle to afford an international trip, there are some great travel destinations right here in the US.
Kayak compiled a list of the most popular destinations in the US that users search for when booking their summer travel plans. While Florida has the most cities that people are interested in, destinations all over the country are points of interest.
These are the top 50 most sought out locations in the US for summer travelers.
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Orlando, Florida, is an excellent option for family vacations.
Although Orlando is known for Disney World and Universal Studios, there are other reasons this is the top destination for summer travel. The city also has a number of museums, public gardens, and even ballet performances. Downtown Orlando also offers a vibrant nightlife with excellent restaurants to satisfy any craving.
Honolulu, Hawaii, is another popular destination in the US.
Hawaii is one of the greatest natural wonders within the US, and Honolulu is the best location to experience it. In the state’s capital, you can visit Waikiki, which is one of the best beaches in the world. You can even tour the only royal palace in the US, Iolani Palace. If that isn’t enough, take a hike through the volcanic crater Diamond Head, which offers magnificent views of the Pacific Ocean.
Another top destination is Las Vegas, Nevada, known for its dazzling casinos and nightlife.
While many come to Las Vegas to gamble at the casinos and to see some legendary shows, there’s so much more to do. From an entertaining arcade to an adrenaline-pumping zip line, this city has something to offer every traveler. If nature is more your speed, you can book a tour of the Grand Canyon or Red Rocks.