For your next vacation consider heading to the Pacific Northwest. Make your next travel destination Idaho, where you can enjoy panoramic views of nature, fun outdoor recreation and a unique and bustling capitol city. This broad and mountainous state has much to see and do; whether you are hoping to relax or explore, Idaho will have something for you.
Start your Idaho vacation off with some outdoor adventure. Take a guided tour of the Idaho plains, where you can go wildlife viewing and bird watching. In Idaho you will find everything from exotic cactus to endangered species of sheep. Opt for a genuine Idaho experience and stay at a ranch, horseback riding and herding cattle. Looking to get wet? Head to Falls River where you can swim, boat and fish, or check out the spectacular views of the huge Mesa Falls. Bring the kids to the Roaring Springs Waterpark in Meridian, the largest water park in the northwest. Go hiking along the Rocky Mountain trails and tour one of the many National Parks in southern Idaho. For a truly relaxing spa experience check out the natural hot springs in southeastern Idaho.
Try something a little different and pan for gold in a gold prospecting stream; there are several tour guides and historic mines in Salmon and Wallace. Tour a vineyard or brewery, or try your hand at blackjack at one of the many casinos throughout the state. During your Idaho vacation take a backcountry scenic drive and stop at the Bear River Heritage Area, a beautiful natural wonder where the Great Basin meets the Rockies.
Last stop on your Idaho vacation, the capitol city of Boise! Visit the Basque block where old Spanish and French Basque culture is alive and well. Shop in Basque cultural boutiques and try some traditional Basque food. For an amazing international experience plan your trip to Boise during the Jaialadi Basque festival, when visitors come from all over the world to celebrate their Basque heritage. You can also visit the beautiful Boise Art Museum and Zoo Boise, followed by a trip to one of the many restaurants or world class shopping venues downtown. Live bands play during the week in the many nightclubs downtown, and on Saturday mornings check out the elaborate farmer’s market on 8th street.
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Mccall, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - Holiday Inn Express and Suites McCall is located approximately one mile from Payette Lake and 125 miles from Boise International Airport.
Hayden, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Coeur d'Alene North is located approximately 10 miles from Silverwood Theme Park and 45 miles from Spokane International
Kellogg, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - The GuestHouse Inn and Suites Kellogg brings hospitality and charm to all of our guests by offering a expanded hot waffle breakfast, indoor pool and spa
Post Falls, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - The Red Lion is conveniently located on the banks of the Spokane River and approximately 35 miles from Spokane Airport.
Lewiston, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - The hotel features either one king or two queen sized beds, irons and ironing boards, microwaves, refrigerators, desk and ergonomic chair, hair dryers
Twin Falls, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - The Shilo Inns Twin Falls Suites is located in the heart of southern Idaho near Snake River Canyon and Shoshone Falls and approximately ten miles from
Coeur D Alene, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - The Resort City Inn, a Magnuson Hotels affiliate, is located in the heart of downtown Coeur d Alene, ID. We are within walking distance to beautiful Lake
Coeur d Alene, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - Breathtaking mountains, beautiful lakes, and a reverence for the great outdoors is what you find when you visit the Hampton Inn & Suites® Coeur d'
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Riggins, Idaho Hotels & Resorts - The lodge is located in the small town of Riggins, on US 95 in scenic central Idaho. Large log and timber structures, river rock, slate and granite are
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