Average flight time from UK: 15 hours                   Capital: Boise


Nestled between the Canadian border and the towering peaks of the Rockies, Idaho unveils a panorama of awe-inspiring contrasts. With a backdrop set by the mountain vistas, Idaho carries whispers of the North West. As it leans towards the Pacific Ocean, it's cozily flanked by Oregon and Washington, making it a seamless addition to any coastal adventure. Yet, many are lured here by over 20 ski havens like Sun Valley near Ketchum, Lookout Pass, Silver Mountain, and Brundage Mountain Resort.


The landscape isn't merely grand but also deeply captivating. At the Craters Of The Moon National Monument, the remnants of ancient lava flows form a breathtaking tableau. And if you're in pursuit of the wild, the shores of Lake Coeur D’Alene, adjacent to the lush expanses of the Coeur D’Alene National Forest, offer sights of majestic Bald Eagles.


For those seeking city pleasures, Boise beckons with its rich arts at the Boise Art Museum, providing the ideal springboard for days filled with hiking, cycling, and kayaking. The silent streets of the Custer Ghost Town, once a bustling mining center in the 1880s, narrate tales of times gone by. Idaho is a perpetual thrill-seeker's paradise. With vast stretches of designated wilderness, it showcases glittering lakes, mighty mountains, and cascading waterfalls. 

The 31 scenic byways meander through its diverse beauty, leading to unforgettable adventures and revealing tales of the state's rich tapestry of history and geology.


From the aquatic wonders of Sandpoint and Coeur d'Alene to the mesmerizing Hells Canyon on the Snake River, Idaho's terrain and activities are as varied as they are enthralling. Cities like Boise delight with their culinary and cultural treasures, while regions around Ketchum, Sun Valley, and Stanley boast activities ranging from skiing to fly-fishing.


The adrenaline doesn't ebb with changing seasons. Idaho boasts the highest volume of whitewater in the continental USA. From rafting in Payette River to skiing in Schweitzer Mountain or Sun Valley, every season in Idaho promises unmatched excitement.

When night blankets the state, the Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve lights up, making it one of the best places on Earth to gaze at the cosmos. This celestial spectacle is complemented by earthly delights, like the state's beloved huckleberries and world-famous potatoes.


From the geothermal wonders in Lava Hot Springs to the unparalleled recreation options at Sun Valley Resort, every corner of Idaho calls out to the active traveler. The majesty of the Shoshone Falls, standing even taller than Niagara, and the raw beauty of places like Hells Canyon and Craters of the Moon National Monument, underline Idaho's unique charm.

A treasure trove still relatively uncharted, Idaho offers a perfect blend of serenity and adventure, history and modernity, wilderness and urban allure. 


Whether you're an adventurer, a family, or someone looking for a tranquil retreat, Idaho, with its unmatched wilderness and whitewater rivers, will leave you spellbound. The state stands as a testament to nature's magnificence, from the Shoshone ice caves to the City of the Rocks Natural Reserve. Indeed, a journey through Idaho is not just a trip—it's an indelible experience.

      Idaho Unveiled: A Tapestry of Nature, Adventure, and Wonder

Not to miss in Idaho

Idaho is known for its geographical diversity and there are many intriguing locations in the state which are still unexplored and vastly unknown. Here are some of the hidden gems and experiences to put the wonder in your wanderlust. 


Thousand Springs State Park: A stunning park located in the state’s southern “magic valley” that is divided into seven units and offers a variety of amazing views.

The River of No Return: A beautiful river located in central Idaho that offers scenic views and recreational activities such as rafting, kayaking, and fishing.

Black Magic Canyon: A unique canyon located near Shoshone Falls that features black volcanic rock formations.

Birch Creek Charcoal Kilns: A historic site located in the Birch Creek Valley that features well-preserved charcoal kilns from the 1880s.

Blue Heart Springs: A beautiful natural spring located near Hagerman that offers crystal clear water and stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

Goldbug Hot Springs: A series of natural hot springs located near Salmon that offer a unique swimming experience.

Craters of The Moon National Monument: A unique national monument located in central Idaho that features a vast expanse of volcanic rock formations.


Idaho Potato Museum, Blackfoot: One of the strangest museums in the world, this museum is dedicated to potatoes, which are the most widely used vegetable in the world.

Ernest Hemingway’s Grave, Sun Valley: The final resting place of the legendary novelist who was passionate about living, hunting, drinking, and womanizing.

Dog Bark Park Inn, Cottonwood: One for all the dog lovers out there, a unique hotel shaped like a giant beagle that offers a fun and quirky experience for visitors.

The Black Cliffs, Boise: A beautiful cliff formation located near Boise that offers scenic views of the surrounding landscape.

Custer Ghost Town, Stanley: An abandoned mining town located near Stanley that offers a glimpse into Idaho’s mining history.

Map Rock, Melba: A unique rock formation located near Melba that features ancient petroglyphs dating back to 12th century.

Old Idaho State Penitentiary, Boise: A historic prison located in Boise that was operational from 1872 to 1973. It now serves as a museum and offers guided tours for visitors.

Gilmore Ghost Town, Leadore: An abandoned mining town located near Leadore that offers a glimpse into Idaho’s mining history.

Experimental Breeder Reactor-I (EBR-I) Atomic Museum, Arco: The world’s first nuclear power plant is now a museum that offers guided tours for visitors. It’s located near Arco and is a must-visit for history buffs.

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