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For individuals and families who are planning on a road trip in the USA during the coming summer, Simerg recommends 2 trips that will live in your memories forever. If there is one national park that my daughter and I would absolutely recommend for its diversity and God gifted natural wonders, then it has to be Yellowstone. Canyons, geysers, rivers, wildlife…and much more…all come together in this vast and exciting natural space. It may be noted that Yellowstone’s majestic neighbour, the Grand Teton National Park, is also worth a visit. It is dominated by stirring mountain peaks and exciting wild life.
Your safari to both Yellowstone and Grand Teton will be fun-filled, as well as educational and exciting. If you take your children with you, young and old alike, they will build an enormous appreciation, respect and love for nature, inspired by the natural phenomenon that they will witness at Yellowstone. Both the national parks offer excellent accommodation and great food!
Further to the east in the Dakotas, another National Park, the Badlands, is worth a visit, with a suggested two-day trip to the Needle’s Highway, Rushmore Memorial and the Crazy Horse Memorial. You will be fascinated by the Park’s natural wonders and the astonishing memorials built with human ingenuity.
The following links provide comprehensive information and breathtaking pictures of the Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Badlands National Parks, and also include coverage of my visits to cities and towns which were either part of my itinerary or simply appeared on-route.
- Scenes from America including Badlands National Park by Malik Merchant
- Scenes from America: Five Colossal Faces, a Beautiful Lake and a Needle’s Eye in the Black Hills of South Dakota
- Our Incredible ‘Yellowstone’ Holiday – Part I: Salt Lake City by Nurin and Malik Merchant
- Our Incredible ‘Yellowstone’ Holiday: Part II – Wild Life Safari at Grand Teton National Park
- Our Incredible ‘Yellowstone’ Holiday: Part III – The Yellowstone Caldera and Geysers of the Old Faithful Basin
Date posted: Saturday, April 25, 2015.