7 Islands In The U.S. You Should Add To Your Travel List
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7 Islands In The U.S. You Should Add To Your Travel List

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Aug 14, 2020

Welcome back to travel! Whether you’re just getting back in travel mode or have been at it, this editorial, brought to you in partnership with American Airlines is for you.

Who says you have to visit the Caribbean to have an island vacation? The U.S. has islands you can visit to unwind, get pampered, and best of all — you won’t have to worry about international border restrictions. 

Here are 7 islands in the U.S. you can visit on your next getaway. 

Hilton Head, South Carolina

Located along the coast of South Carolina, this boot-shaped island has gorgeous beaches, top of the line golf courses and exceptional restaurants. 

It’s the ideal spot for a quick vacation with your significant other or a solo trip away.

Amelia Island has 13 miles of breathtaking beaches, native wildlife, and unforgettable views. Located off the coast of northeast Florida, this island is loved by locals and travelers.

This 3-by-7 mile island is lined with beaches and they’re all free and open to the public. You can also spend time shopping at one of the many specialty shops or enjoy outdoor activities such as horseback riding and snorkeling. 

Block Island has a little but of everything to suit every type of traveler. 

The Outer Banks is located along the coast of North Carolina and is a popular summer destination. From beaches to state parks, the Outer Banks is great for an island getaway. 

Vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard isn’t just for the rich and famous! There are plenty of budget-friendly ways to enjoy this island. Located south of Cape Cod, a getaway on Martha’s Vineyard will be filled with exquisite seafood, lighthouses, and sandy beaches. 

Known for its wildlife and rural landscapes, this island is great for spending time in nature. Whether you’re having a picnic in a field of lavender or getting acquainted with the largest herd of alpacas in the islands, you’re bound to have an unforgettable experience. 

This island is the largest island off the coast of Maine and possibly the most beautiful island in New England. There are plenty of specialty shops and restaurants but the highlight is visiting Acadia National Park where you can see gorgeous views of wildlife and head to the beach.

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