Amazing wildlife adventure
Yellowstone National Park is a World Heritage Site for UNESCO, and was the first national park of the world established in 1872. Although it might not be the trendiest or hippest place to visit, the adventure lover will not care too much about that. Visiting nature in all its glory will provide your honeymoon with an unforgettable experience. With over 3,000 square miles to cover, there is sure to be something here to keep you busy and interested. Yellowstone National Park is the honeymoon destination of choice for couples seeking a woodlands oasis with a little bit of adventure packed in!
When to GoThe weather at Yellowstone can change on a dime, it can be warm and balmy one minute and freezing and rainy the next. Always wear layers during your stay here. The best time to visit Yellowstone is during the summer as in the winter many of the in town shops and restaurants are closed. In the summer temperatures can peak at around 70 degrees Fahrenheit, with thunderstorms not uncommon on a typical afternoon.
What to DoYou would be remiss if you came all the way to Yellowstone National Park and did not check out Old Faithful, one of the longest standing geysers and probably the most famous in the world. In addition to that, you can check out cool nature reserves in mud pools, along with a viewing of some of the most amazing wildlife you can imagine. In addition to these activities, hiking, horseback riding, camping, summer sports, and photography are all wonderful activities for you to enjoy.
What Not to DoThe wildlife in Yellowstone National Park is amazing, and something you and your new spouse will truly relish during your time here. However, it is important to remember that these animals are wild, and even if they “look safe” they probably aren’t. You never want to come too close to any of these animals, and in fact it is actually illegal to come any closer than 100 yards to a bear or wolf.
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