Idaho in the north-west of the USA belongs to the less well-known states. Wrongly, because the nature is stunningly beautiful, the weather is quite pleasant in summer and there you can have the most diverse range of sports. Prepare in advance knowledge with Idaho with these four virtual reality videos.
Idaho belongs to the less well-known states in the United States. But the state has a lot of potential: in the summer it is pleasantly warm and it is the ideal destination for nature lovers and adventurers who are off the beaten path to perform. You can go rafting on the Snake River, camping in the Sawtooth National Forest or hike through the lunar landscape of the Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve. In the winter all kinds of winter sports.
Through the surrounding states and from Canada is Idaho’s easily accessible both by plane and with the rental car or motorhome. The state is also perfect to combine with a visit to one of the neighboring states: Oregon, Washington, Montana, Wyoming, Utah or Nevada.
To Idaho is becoming more familiar to the tourist office, this four 360 degrees videos for you to from home certainly can get a good idea.
Virtual Idaho discover
‘Payette River Adventure’, takes you on a raftingavontuur for the whole family on the Payette river. This river is 133 miles long and the largest tributary of the famous Snake River.
‘Boise Summer Experience’ shows the capital of Idaho, Boise. Various activities around the Boise Greenbelt, one of the most beautiful parks of the city, located on the Boise River in the video is discussed. You get, for example, virtually on the bike, visit a local market and take a refreshing dip in the river.
Water is central in the two videos, ‘Twin Falls Canyon Experience’ and ‘Idaho’s Adrenaline Rush”. The Shoshone Falls in the Snake River, and with over 64 metres higher than the Niagara Falls. Adrenaline junkies can indulge if they virtual to become acquainted with various activities around the Shoshone Falls and the Snake River. Kayaking, base jumping and zip line above the Snake River, it all comes to bid.