The first designated national park in the world, Yellowstone, which crosses portions of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming, is a giant volcanic caldera, site of the largest amount of geo-thermic phenomena on the planet. This results in spectacular geysers and bubbling hot springs framed by the mountains, forests and waterfalls of this unique area.
The United States at its most wild
Other highlights of the park include Yellowstone Canyon, whose sheer walls of yellow sandstone give the park its name.
Thanks to its protected status, the park is also home to diverse wildlife including bison, elk, pronghorn antelope, grizzly bears, wolves, jackals, wild sheep, ospreys and other fauna.
The perfect destination for those looking to visit some of the world’s most famous natural monuments, and an ideal destination for families looking to discover nature together.