Idaho Travel Guide
Meet bottle-fed bear cubs at this drive-through wildlife park, petting zoo, and preserve in Rexburg, where visitors can get up close and personal with American bison, mule deer, and moose on curated tours of the park’s 120 acres.
For 10 years, this friendly bike shop has been fulfilling the needs of Jackson Hole, WY, and Victor, ID’s avid cycling communities, offering repairs, rentals, and guided tours of the Teton Valley.
Set in the former 1916 Andrew Carnegie Library in Idaho Falls, the museum’s diverse collection includes everything from dinosaur bones and ancient Egyptian artifacts to a Louis and Clark exhibit, chronicling the explorers’ time with the native Shoshone people in Idaho.
One of Swan Valley’s most popular hiking and biking trails, the Palisades Creek Trail is well maintained and offers some of the best views around.
Paddle northern Idaho’s gorgeous Lake Coeur d’Alene.
No outfitter knows Idaho's waterways better than Row Adventures, which brings 29 years of luxury rafting experience to a new menu of fly fishing trips.
The program takes people on interpretive snowshoe and cross-country-skiing tours through the Grand Teton National Park's fir forests and alpine meadows.
Top tip: Camel’s milk is the ingredient of the moment in Dubai, finding its way into high-end specialty shops and dishes at some of the city’s top restaurants, Wallace says.