Welcome to the Gem State

For interested vacationers, the “Gem State” may not necessarily be number one among the top destinations in the USA. But believe us when we say there’s a lot more to see and do in Idaho than meets the eye. The state, located in the Pacific Northwest, features a lot of history, as well as natural beauty and with it great options for outdoor recreation.

A trip to the state is particularly worthwhile for the adventurers among you. Be it for rafting and kayaking, or for skiing and snowboarding in winter. For those who enjoy walking, there are numerous pretty trails amidst the rugged terrain of the countless national forests and state parks.

Cities in Idaho


What to see and do in Idaho

Idaho has a rich history and culture, with many interesting sites and attractions to explore. Visitors can learn about the state’s Native American heritage, visit historical landmarks such as the Oregon Trail, and explore the state’s many museums and art galleries.

Yellowstone National Park

Although most of Yellowstone National Park is in neighboring Wyoming, there is a small corner of the beautiful park in Idaho.

Idaho FAQ

States that Border Idaho