on September 24, 2007
Yellow Stone National Park is the world's first national park. It spreads across Montana to Wyoming. The best time to enter the park is as early as you can in the morning. We entered from the west entrance via Montana staying a night at Livingston. The August to September period of the year was the peak time to visit the park. We bought the entrance ticket for the park and move ahead. The main attractions in the park are the hot water geysers, natural springs, scenic beauty, and many wild animals moving close to your vehicles like bison, elk, deer, foxes, and wolfs. The US National Forest is widely spread through the entire park. You will see the forest in the real natural state. No one has ever tried to touch the fallen trees, flowing rivers, lakes, and rising springs. The best way to travel in the park is to enter the park from any of the entrances and make a 360 round about. If you are only visiting Yellow Stone Park, then 24 hours time will be enough just for visiting and sightseeing. We really enjoyed the natural beauty and capturing the picture of wild animals. Lots and lots of tourists visit the park and lots of facilities within the park are provided.
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