There are 16 Travel and Tourism web directory related resources in this category!

  • Look Into Hawaii EP
    A free resource guide for everyone who wants to explore Hawaii. Event calendars showcase Hawaii's current and upcoming things-to-do while forums allow you to join our ohana (family) to ask questions and talk story.
    https://LookIntoHawaii.com

  • Brand USA
    Focuses on promoting international tourism to the United States.
    http://www.thebrandusa.com/

  • Cruising America
    Travel blog that also works as a directory for bed and breakfast inns, realtors and restaurants.
    http://www.cruising-america.com/

  • Discover America
    Official travel and tourism website of the United States of America offers resources for planning a vacation with lists of hotels, restaurants, and things to do.
    http://www.discoveramerica.com/

  • Explore Kentucky Lake
    Provides access to a guide to attractions, lodging, dining, fishing, boating and real estate. Includes travel tools, events and lake conditions.
    http://www.explorekentuckylake.com/

  • Flying Compass
    Offers travel information, destination suggestions, and things to do. Includes vacation ideas, travel tips, reviews, and videos.
    http://www.flyingcompass.com/

  • Free-Attractions
    Online resource that offers information on free local attractions from festivals and parks to galleries and museums.
    http://www.free-attractions.com/

  • Haunted America Tours
    Offers a list of haunted hotels across the United States. Ghost stories, paranormal investigations, and haunted tours.
    http://www.hauntedamericatours.com/

  • Historic Fire Lookout Sites Register
    Offers statistics, locations, photographs, and links to topographical maps.
    http://www.firetower.org/

  • National Park Service
    Offers visitor information, photos, news and events for the National Parks, Monuments and Registered Places.
    http://www.nps.gov/

  • Small Town Gems
    Offers a list of small towns to visit across the United States. Find photos and reviews of lesser known travel destinations.
    http://www.smalltowngems.com/

  • Soul of America
    Online portal that features Afrocentric tour guides for many destinations, cruises and tours, advice, directory listings for African-American-owned travel businesses, and other resources.
    http://www.soulofamerica.com/

  • Southeast Vacation Spots
    Offers camping, hiking, beaches and other travel destinations in the Southeast United States.
    http://www.southeastvacationspots.com/

  • Trip2USA.com
    Offers information about deals and discount rates for flights, lodging, and cruises in major US destinations.
    http://www.trip2usa.com/

  • USA Tourist
    Provides about the USA including photos, and tips about food, lodging and travel. .
    http://www.usatourist.com/

  • Weekend Events
    Highlights various attractions, museums, parks, nightlife, concerts and events in select U.S. cities.
    http://www.weekendevents.com/

The US benefits from a mega industry when talking about tourism. Due to the fact that the US economy has supposedly entered a recession in 2008, some state budgets for tourism marketing have been lowered considerably. Nonetheless, during February 2013, the tourism industry brought into the US a total of $10.9 billion.

Statistics show that 1 of 18 American employees are supported directly or indirectly by the tourism industry. Approximately 25 subsectors are considerably sustaining the US tourism and travel industry. Out of these 25 subsectors, 4 are the ones accounting for about 60% of total output. These 4 sectors are accommodation, recreation and attractions, food services and air travel, from which the accommodation subsector is the largest one.

As of 2013, the top US tourist attractions are: the White House, the Denali National Park, the Las Vegas Strip, the Florida Keys, Kilauea, Niagara Falls, the Golden Gate Bridge, Yellowstone National Park, Manhattan and the Grand Canyon. A 2012 statistic shows the most popular US monuments, judging from the point of annual visitors. The first 5 are as follows: the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the World War II Memorial, all 3 located in Washington D.C., the Statue of Liberty in New York/New Jersey and the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia.