10 Expensive U.S. Vacations That Are Still Worth Splurging On


Hawaii tops the list as a must-see destination, no matter which island you plan to head to.

New Orleans

As much fun as it is to visit New Orleans, Louisiana, it can get pricey, even if you don't plan to stay on Bourbon Street for long.

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and you have to see it for yourself to believe it. Sadly, it can cost a lot to see it.

Disney World

It may take some budgeting, but planning a trip to the Most Magical Place on Earth is worth the splurge at least once.


If you’re into skiing, Aspen, Colorado, needs to be on your bucket list. However, this top winter destination is one of the priciest ski towns in the country.


Alaska is a long trip from anywhere in the U.S., but it's worth it. The lower 48 states have nothing like its natural phenomena.

The Hamptons

The Hamptons are known as a hotspot for the rich and famous, but they make for a great getaway for everyone else as well.

Big Sur

Big Sur is a stretch of coastline in central California that has stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. You can hike, camp, and do many other things there.

Jackson Hole

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a 48-mile valley surrounded by mountains, is a great place to add to your dream list if you like to go on adventures or play sports outside.

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