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Idaho promises great outdoor experiences with its vast offering of snow-capped mountainous landscapes, stunning lakes and protected wilderness. This city is called the Gem State for a reason, with the combination of dynamic beauty of nature and its rich history and cultural heritage, Idaho is constantly listed as one of the top places to live based on annual surveys.

One of the top places to visit is Idaho's major economic hub,the town of Sandpoint. With its beautiful location on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, surrounded by three significant mountain ranges, Sandpoint was named as the nation's most beautiful town in 2011. Top things to enjoy here includes swimming, boating and fishing on the Lake Pend Oreille, or exploring the famous ski resort located on the nearby mountain. Sandpoint is home to numerous restaurants, shopping centers, art galleries and lodging as its economic contributions include tourism and hospitality sector.

A must visit and one of the best places in Idaho is Coeur d'Alene. This is a year round destination for offering abundant exciting activities and places to explore in four seasons. Coeur d'Alene boasts numerous natural parks, golf courses, large theme park and casino resorts. The lake Coeur d'Alene offers a number of water activities such as fishing, kayaking, boating, paddle-boarding, and cruising by the lake. Being surrounded by forest and mountains, you may try a zipline adventure or an atv rentals. Coeur d'Alene is also a great destination for family travels with its numerous parks that offers various activities both adults and kids will enjoy.

The first national park in the world, Yellowstone National Park is best known for its wildlife and numbers of geothermal features. This natural park was declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is home to hundreds of plant and animal species including the wilds such as bear and bison species. The park also has one of the world's largest calderas with more than 10,000 thermal features and over 300 geysers. There are more than 2,000 campsites and 12 campgrounds for visitors to explore.