In this day and age of a fast-paced life, people often look for some peace and serenity while planning a vacation and what place is better than Mackinac Island. Mackinac Island in Michigan is surely one such destination where you’ll be able to sit back, relax, and have a great holiday. This island is located at the tip of the lower peninsula of Michigan, and the best part about this place is that you’ll see no cars on this island! Yes, no cars. Seems like a utopian line right? But it is not. Mackinac Island was named a National Historic Landmark in 1960 due to their preservation efforts of Arts and Crafts cottages and old Native American buildings. Cars were banned in the 1800s and ever since the only way to get around is a bike or a horse ride! All one has to do is get to the Island on a ferry, and voila, you will feel like you have transported back to an age where everything was green and beautiful.