Wyoming: Living life the Wild Way
Being a huge continent, it is not easy for travelers to travel in USA, especially because there are so many things to see, experience and enjoy. Hence, it is always better to select the city, town or state of your choice before venturing and put into an itinerary. The state of Wyoming holds great interest among tourists and travelers, historically and culturally. It is the first state to have a county public library system, the first state to have a national park, national forest, national museum and ranger station.
Location- 41.145N, 104.792W
Capital City- Cheyenne
Area- 97818 sq.mi., 10th Land 97105 sq.mi., 9th Water 714 sq.mi.
Border States- South Dakota, Colorado, Idaho, Nebraska, Utah, Montana.
Highest Point- Gannett Peak (13,804 feet)
Governor- Matt Mead
With ethereal natural beauty, hiking and trekking escapades, historical sites and cultural events, the state offers activities galore for anyone and everyone. However, getting to know the state better can be done only when you know about the history and the heritage of the state. Visit the Buffalo Bill Historical Centre to experience the intertwined history of the state, its revolutions, history, myth, firearms technology, innovations, creations and inventions. The people and their lifestyle of the yesteryears might also catch your attention as you get to know the spirit of the American West. This is the only place where you could get all the information under one hat.
Planning to visit some of the national museums and parks? Visit this centre and get all the information that you can. Some of the most interesting places that can be visited include:
Wyoming National Park: Get introduced to the state’s flora and fauna, while taking a swim in the nearby lake, or enjoy a lot of other water sports like water skiing, fishing or boating etc. Some of the other parks in the state offer camping options where you can stay within the wilderness, tracking the off-beat route, encountering some of the endangered species that have found habitation here. Some of the other activities you can indulge yourself into include Bird Watching, Float trips and rafting, Gold Panning, Hiking, mountain biking, hunting, sightseeing tours etc.
Places to stay
Accommodation in Wyoming is easily available given the wide array of options that are available, suiting your budget and style. It is best, however, to book hotels prior to your visit to avoid any unnecessary hassles. Some of the most common accommodation options include:
- Bed and breakfast
- Resorts and lodges
- Hotels and Inns
- Guest and Dude Ranches
- Vacation rentals
So, plan your holiday accordingly and head to the wilderness of Wyoming.