Yellowstone National Park
This mind-blowing park –the world’s first national park – is built on an area of 3,500 square miles that includes mountain ranges, canyons, rivers and lakes. Wildlife in the park includes 7 species of ungulates, 322 species of birds, 16 species of fish and 2 species of bear. It also contains more than 1100 species of native plants and more than 200 species of exotic plants. There are more than 300 thermal geysers in it, more than 290 waterfalls and the largest lake of Northern America. It’s no wonder than more than 3 million people visit this national park every year. To facilitate the visitors, there are 9 visitor centers. Seeing wild animals in their natural habitat, experiencing the Grand Canyon, watching geysers erupt, hiking, rafting, camping, fishing and taking warm swims are some of the most popular activities here. Inside the Yellowstone Park, the most visited tourist attractions are the Old Faithful, Geothermal areas, Grand Canyon, Norris Geyser Basin Museum, Rocky Mountains, Fort Yellowstone, Roosevelt Arch and Madison Museum. If you can, be sure to check them all out, but especially the geothermal areas as they are rare and gorgeous.
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