Atop everyone’s list in Yellowstone is to see animals in the wild. There’s no better place to see wildlife than in the Lamar Valley.
Active earthquake area leading to thermal imbalance; Combination of rare acidic and alkaline geysers; One of Yellowstone’s hottest geothermal areas; Ever-changing geysers and hot springs; Intersection of three major faults – That’s Norris Geyser Basin in a nutshell
Mammoth Hot Springs area in Yellowstone is incredible and unique with hot springs, wildlife, beautiful waterfalls – to make it easy for you, we’ve put together a list of the top things to do in the Mammoth Hot Springs area.
Postcard pictures that’ll (hopefully) make you want to plan a trip to The Yellowstone!
Postcard pictures that’ll (hopefully) make you want to travel to The Grand Teton!
From lovely sunrises to miles of hiking trails to mud volcanoes, here’s our list of things to do in the Lake Village area of Yellowstone.
Float along the Snake River, while enjoying lovely scenery of the Grand Tetons and viewing wildlife!
Most acidic geothermal feature in Yellowstone, plenty of earthquake faults converging, hot muddy water pools, an amazing landscape filled with pungent rotten egg smell – Mud Volcano welcomes you.
If there is one dish I wanted to try in France, it is the escargots (land snails). After doing Google search for images of escargots and learning that they are cooked in garlic, butter and pesto (I love all these three), I just couldn’t wait to try them in France.