The summer is coming to an end, and national parks like Yellowstone are getting ready to close up shop for the winter. The leaves are changing, painting the landscape in the breathtaking golden color of the Aspen tree, and the animals are hustling and bustling in preparation for winter. So why not swing on by before the end of the visiting season? Thing are as lively as ever and, in addition, there are many good practical reasons for you to visit the world’s first national park in the fall: cooler temperatures, fewer crowds, a more relaxed atmosphere, and, of course, lower prices!
Did you know that the United States’ Midwest is home to 7 national monuments, 4 national lakeshores and 6 national parks? The United States of America has so many amazing landmarks that highlight Mother Nature’s beauty; it was so hard to pick just one to talk about! We decided to start with the nation’s first national park in the United States, Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone National Park was the first national park in the world, established in 1872. Yellowstone is part of Wyoming’s breathtaking terrain in the Midwest part of the country. The national park gives visitors an up-close-and-personal glimpse of what the continent was like when humans didn’t inhabit the planet. It is known worldwide for both its wildlife and its spectacular geothermal features, like the Old Faithful geysers and the natural hot springs that cover its vast landscape. With 2,219,789 acres of sprawling wilderness to explore, Yellowstone stands as one of North America’s greatest treasures.
Yellowstone National Park is one of our most popular destinations. As the world’s first National Park, Yellowstone features some of America’s most stunning natural wonders. Travelers to the United States flock to see Old Faithful, which erupts “faithfully” every 91 minutes. Home to two-thirds of the world’s geysers, Yellowstone is also home to some of the most interesting and diverse wildlife found in the United States.
Booking a tour or vacation to Yellowstone has never been easier or more affordable. See endangered animals, picturesque landscapes, and so much more at one of the United States most traveled tourist destinations. For a limited time, you can purchase a Yellowstone Vacation Package on TakeTours.com at last season’s rate! Early Bird purchasers will enjoy extra savings and a vacation they will never forget!
With the official end of Summer approaching (September 21st), you need to enjoy the last bits of sunshine and relaxation the season has to offer. To wrap up the season we’ve marked down our most popular trips to Yellowstone National Park. The perfect destination for those looking to get the most out of the Summer’s remaining days. Reconnect with the outdoors as you visit powerful geysers and waterfalls, gaze upon beautiful plants and wildlife, and do it all at the lowest prices of the year!
Tickets are selling fast for remaining August and September departures. With up to 15% OFF our already low prices, these deals won’t be here for long! Book your trip today to secure your summertime vacation!