North America is the third largest of the seven continents. It including Canada (2nd largest), the United States (3rd largest), and Mexico (14th largest). With more than 405 million inhabitants, North America is the 4th most populous continent. Together with Central America, the West Indies, and South America, North America makes up the Western Hemisphere of Earth. The name America is derived from Italian navigator Amerigo Vespucci's name.
Starting off with the good old United States where you've got the snowy summit of Alaska's Mount McKinley and the tropical waters of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, kayaking on Maine's Island Trail and biking in Arizona's Sonoran Desert. There are a variaty of climates and geography in this vast country.
During you travels in Mexico you can expand your mind in the morning gazing at the Mayan ruins of Tulum and then expand your lungs in the afternoon while diving at the amazing sites of Cozumel. You can also go to the west coast for fishing and surfing.
On the other side there's Canada whose own variety ranges from the temperate rainforests of Vancouver Island to the snowy dogsled trails of the Yukon to the paddler's playground that is Algonquin Provincial Park.
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