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About Idaho Tours

The state motto is “Esto Perpetua” which means “it is forever.”

Post Falls is regarded as Idaho’s River City.

The world famous hot springs of Idaho are located in Lave Hot Springs.

The Treasure Valley area around Nampa is known as Idaho’s Banana Belt.

Silver City, Yankee Fork, and the Sierra Silver Mine are the ghost towns in Idaho.  

In Idaho, citizens are restricted to give each other a box of candy that weighs more than 50 pounds.

Why go on an Idaho tour?

Set off on a Wild West adventure and explore Idaho on one unforgettable tour. With nearly four million acres of wilderness, Idaho is an ideal destination for travellers with a lust for excitement and fun. Visit the awe-inspiring Telon Mountain Range and marvel at the sight of the youngest peaks in the Rockies. Take a ferry ride across Jenny Lake and end the day with an inspiring hike around its amazing waterfalls. Get to know Idaho’s history and go on an enriching tour of the Oregon Trail Museum in Montpelier. Walk around the State Capitol and admire some of the nation’s best architecture. The Boise building, constructed in 1920 from native sandstone, is a clear masterpiece to anyone who comes across it. There are multiple options for visitors who find their way to this wonderful land known as Idaho.

When is the best time to go?

The high season for travel generally occurs mid-May to September, and late November to mid-March. The shoulder season, on the other hand, is around late March to mid-May and October to mid-November. But the best time to go on an Idaho tour is during the summer when fishing and outdoor recreational activities are at their peak.

Idaho experiences four seasons. Summers in Idaho are warm and mild. In July and August, the temperature ranges from 29C to 38C. Annual snowfall in North Idaho has in the past reached nearly 500 inches. Springs have heavy winds and occasional avalanches, while the weather tends to be temperate for fall.

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