Oregon is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. Here are just a few suggestions as you plan your vacation to Oregon
1. Visit Thor’s Well
Thor’s Well has a nickname like the drainpipe of the Pacific. You might have never seen a sinkhole like this one ever. This actually has a deep hole in the middle of a rocky outcropping. At this place, waves slam into the rocks, the water flies in every direction, and the hole appears to act like a drain, emptying the area until the next wave. Thor’s Well is one of the coolest places in Oregon. Where people come from all over to photograph Thor’s Well.
2. Oregon Coast Aquarium
Oregon Coast Aquarium is filled with literal tons of water. It showcases everything from sharks to seabirds. The most amazing thing about this aquarium is there are underwater passageways where you can stroll across the ocean floor and also there are tide pools where you touch starfish. In this aquarium there is held fun learning experiences. One can sign up for a number of lectures, classes, workshops, and other special events as well.
The Wildlife Safari is home to dozens of species, including cheetahs, lions, giraffes, and hippos. At this, all the animals can roam freely across 600 acres. The most wonderful thing about Wildlife Safari is that it isn’t exploitative. It is praised by animal rights activists for its open, natural habitat.
4. Enchanted Forest
Enchanted Forest is an amusement park. The place got its name from a vivid storybook theme. Most of the attractions are inspired by Alice in Wonderland, Grimms’ Fairy Tales, and Mother Goose. The rides have wizards and dragons. There are haunted houses, bumper cars water slides, comedy theaters light shows. One can also enjoy folk songs at outdoor concerts.
5. Wallowa Lake Tramway
Wallowa Lake Tramway is one of many lifts and gondolas that you can find scattered around the mountains. It ascends more than 3,700 feet. When you reach the top of the tramway the cliffs look like pinpricks. All the panoramic views are stunning. One can take one last look at the beauty and majesty of the wilderness before you return home.