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Cheap flights to Idaho

Idaho is a state that is found in the north-western region of the United States. Idaho is known to be the 14th largest, the 39th most populous, and also the 7th least densely populated of the 50 United States. Idaho's largest city and capital is Boise and its residents are called "Idahoans." Going back to history, Idaho was admitted to the Union on July 3, 1890, as the 43rd state.

To those who are not familiar to Idaho, it is a mountainous state and is said to have an area larger than that of all of New England.

Idaho is also nicknamed as the "Gem State" for the fact that every known type of gemstone has been found there. Not only that, Idaho is one of only two places in the world where star garnets can be found. Idaho is also sometimes referred to as the "Potato State" as the state distributes these products relevantly.

Middle Fork of the Salmon - Located in Stanley, USA, it is the jumping-off point for rafting the legendary Middle Fork of the Salmon. Travellers who are adventurous are definitely going to check this 'last wild river' as it is part of the longest undammed river system outside Alaska. Travellers who will take advantage of the experience will have to go on full trips that last for six days and allow you to float for 106 miles through the 300 or so rapids. Camping will be done at the riverside and there will be guides to cook excellent food.

Basque Block - This place is located in Boise and has a totally different cultural experience. Located here is the Basque Museum & Cultural Center which was constructed to commemorate Basque culture and how it was transposed 6000 miles west to Idaho. There are activities such as language lessons in Euskara, which is considered as Europe's oldest language and a Basque handball court where aficionados play the traditional sport of pelota.

Boise River & Greenbelt - Also found in Boise, this location in summer is a very popular place for floating and tubing. Travellers who want to experience it will have to go to the put-in point in Barber Park, six miles east of downtown from where you can float five miles downstream to the take-out point at Ann Morrison Park.

How to get around within Idaho

Travellers who will go to Idaho can use three of its transcontinental railroads. Travellers can be guided through the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) that connects the Idaho Panhandle with Seattle, Portland, and Spokane to the west, and Minneapolis and Chicago to the east. Travellers can also use the BNSF to travel through Kootenai, Bonner, and Boundary counties, while the Union Pacific Railroad crosses North Idaho entering from Canada through Boundary and Bonner, and proceeding to Spokane. There is also a Montana Rail Link that operates between Billings, Montana, and Sandpoint, Idaho. The Idaho Panhandle remains the railway centre of the Northwest.

How to get there

Those who are interested to go to Idaho can book their flights via Skyscanner for the cheapest flights from 600 airlines. Idaho has many airports such as Boise Airport and Idaho Falls Regional Airport where flights can be booked to go to the region of Idaho. There are also a great number of airports operating from these airports like Alaska airlines, Allegiant Air, Delta Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, and US Airways. 

Flights to Idaho

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