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Vacation rentals in Idaho
Organize your next vacation to the stunning destination of Idaho. You will find this state located in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States of America. The state is situated near Montana, Wyoming, Nevada, Utah, Oregon, and Washington. This state has been inhabited by Native American for thousands of years until the early 19th century. Here you will be able to explore historical landmarks, discover natural landscapes and partake in recreational activities.Vacation rentals in Idaho
There are numerous stunning rental properties for you to choose from while you visit Idaho. Whether you want to stay in the center of the city by the bars and boutiques, immersed in nature or by the lake, you will have plenty of choices available. Imagine waking up in the morning and having your coffee on the patio as you admire the surrounding mountains. Dive in your private pool during a warm summer day. Invite friends over for a delicious lunch in your large dining room. These are some of the opportunities available for you with an accommodation in Idaho.
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The area and getting around
Making your trip to Idaho will be quite simple and convenient. If you choose to drive to your destination, you will find that Interstate 84 and Interstate 90 are the main roads that connect this state to the rest of the nation. You will also be able to take a train to Idaho from Chicago, Spokane, Portland and other cities around the United State of America. On the other hand, if you are making your journey by plane, the largest airport is the Boise Airport which provides commercial flights for domestic and international routes.Where to eat in Idaho
Choose between the plentiful choices of delicious restaurants you can find in the state of Idaho. Make your first stop at Michel’s Christiania. Located in the ski town of Ketchum, this elegant French restaurant first opened its doors 1995 and now it will provide you with French dishes like filet de truite meuniere, made with Idaho ruby trout. Another great spot is the Mai Thai. This eatery serves modern Asian fusion cuisine like slow roasted honey and soy sauce duck with jasmine rice.
Travelers and activities
You will be able to find plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy during your vacation in Idaho. Head over to the Route of the Hiawatha. This route is the best place for your mountain bike adventures. You will be able to go through 15 miles of tunnels and trestles on this route. On the other hand, you can visit the Yellowstone Bear World. This private wildlife park is located near the Yellowstone National Park and here you will be able to encounter gray wolves, grizzly bears, moose, white-tailed deer and bison.Family friendly activities in Idaho
If you want to take your family on vacation with you to Idaho, try out these lovely activities all together for a delightful time. Head on over to the Lava Hot Springs in Portneuf River valley. These hot springs are rich in minerals and healing properties. You will be able to find five hot pools, water slides, an Olympic pool and more. Another great place to visit is the Lake Coeur d'Alene. This lake is a popular destination for the beaches, scenic views and most importantly, the chance to spend a fun day out sailing with your family.
Did you know that Idaho is the number one producer of potatoes?
Top 5 travel tips for Idaho
Visit the colorful gardens. This botanical garden can be found on the grounds of a historic State Penitentiary. Here you will find diverse botanical collection, educational programs, and live entertainment.2. Museum of Clean
Experience a unique museum. In this 75,000 square foot complex you will be able to have educational and inspirational tours about all things clean, such as clean air, water and language.3. Silverwood Theme Park
Spend the day at the theme park. This park opened in 1988 and now it is the biggest theme and water park in the northwest.4. Warhawk Air Museum
Learn about the history of aviation. This museum aims to preserve the history American air force veterans while exhibiting artifacts from World War One, World War Two and the Cold War.5. Roaring Springs Waterpark
Refresh at the waterpark. This park is filled with a lazy river, speed slides, wave pool, kids slides, family raft ride, and a kiddie play area.