If you're looking for a place to stretch your legs without bumping into anyone, Idaho is your travel destination. It's one of the least densely populated states in America, but considering that you can easily get to Canada, Washington, Oregon, and Nevada from the "Gem State," it's one where you can travel all over without once feeling cramped by hordes of tourists.
When looking at flights to Idaho, remember that you might pay more during the summer when most tourists visit. Of course, these prices go up again between December and February thanks to the great skiing the state offers, and whether you check out Silver Mountain or Sun Valley, you'll have some amazing slopes to play on.
For those not looking to go skiing, Boise hotels are often the obvious choice. Boise City was named No. 4 on WalletHub's Best Foodie Cities for Your Wallet list, so those who demand amazing cuisine will get what they want at great prices. Of course, plane tickets to Idaho can take you all over the state, and regardless of where you land, you'll find plenty of activities to enjoy.
Showing up during June lands you near the National Oldtime Fiddlers' Contest and Festival in Weiser, but if you wait until early July, you can enjoy the Teton Valley Summer Festival. Then again, you could arrive in October and enjoy the event that received the Award for Outstanding Cultural Heritage Tourism, the Trailing of the Sheep.
Regardless of when you arrive, some yearlong attractions, such as Hells Canyon and the Old Idaho State Penitentiary, will always be around for you to check out. Make sure you search hotels in Idaho through Travelocity. By doing so, you'll also receive the Travelocity Price Guarantee. Travelocity will match a lower price and refund the difference to assure you that, in addition to great hotels, you'll always find cheap flights to Idaho with the guarantee you'll never pay less elsewhere.