Vacation destinations in North America have gotten increasingly popular.
The United States, Mexico, Brazil and Spain have all seen significant growth in tourism, as have countries such as China, Turkey, Egypt, and the United Arab Emirates.
But in many cases, those destinations are also experiencing challenges.
According to the Travel Industry Association, North America is home to over 6 million vacation destinations, and only around 3 million of those are in the United States.
In fact, more than half of all vacation destinations are located outside the United State.
To make matters worse, the average number of days in a year for a vacation can vary significantly depending on where you are in your trip.
And, of course, the travel industry isn’t just focused on the United Kingdom, either.
According the Travel Council, the United Nations has listed North America as the most popular destination for international tourists, and more than a third of its residents have vacation plans.
So what are some of the best and worst places to visit in North American?
In order to find the best way to travel in North Americans, we contacted a number of travel industry experts and traveled around the country to get their advice.
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