Travel in Idaho

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Idaho Travel

If you’re looking for a place to “get away from it all,” Idaho may be the perfect fit. It’s known for being one of the most rural states in America. Use this Web guide to plan your Idaho retreat; it shows you some of the state’s best attractions, where to stay in Idaho and how to travel around while you’re there. For a Spanish-language version of the Guide, click here.

Travel in Idaho

Some stories say the name “Idaho” comes from an Indian term meaning “the gem off the mountains.” While that’s not exactly true, Idaho does have many gems to offer visitors. This section helps you discover some of the exciting and breathtaking sites to see on a visit to Idaho.

Dulcinea's Insight

  • Like many states, Idaho is divided into tourism regions: northern, north central, southwestern, south central, southeastern, eastern and central. If you’re planning to visit only certain parts of the state, search by region on Idaho tourism Web sites to cut down on the time you spend looking for vacation ideas.
  • Blogs are an excellent source for insider tips on a destination. Use a blog search engine like Technorati to find blogs full of insight on Idaho.

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Where to Stay in Idaho

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Idaho Transportation

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