Denali National Park Review By Jeanette Bunn and Tommy Middaugh Of Travel To Go

Jeanette Bunn offers great tips on travel destinations along with useful information regarding travel and vacation planning.  With Jeanette Bunn, Tommy Middaugh and Travel To Go, vacationers can find incredible savings on their next vacation.

Travel To Go, along with Jeanette Bunn and Tommy Middaugh, reviews a variety of travel related topics.  In their Travel To Go Reviews program they review vacation destinations, offer tips and tricks for travel.  Travel To Go also offers a series of articles on avoiding travel scams and Travel To Go is always interested in assisting if travelers have any complaints about past vacations.  “The High One” Alaska’s stunning National Park once known as Mount McKinley National Park. Named in 1917, Mount McKinley National Park become Denali National Park and gained 4 million more acres in 1980. Today, people from around the world come to see over 650 species of flowering plants, over 39 species of mammals, almost 170 species of birds, 10 species of fish and an amphibian known as a Denali.

Standing over 20,000 feet above sea level, Denali is the highest peak in North America. Attracting almost a half million tourists each year, this natural wonder is just one reason for the parks popularity. The stunning diversity is the other major draw in conjunction with a wilderness more wild than almost anywhere in the United States.

After the first 15 miles only the green Denali buses are allowed to go further into the park. This wilderness is just that, a wilderness unlike any other. Popular primarily in the summer when the temperature rise, the Spring is another amazing time to plan a tour of the park. Animals are out foraging for food after a long winter and the beautiful flowers in valleys throughout the park are beginning to bloom. Grizzly bears, dall sheep, caribou and the stunning mass migration of thousands of birds are the major draws during this part of the year.

Birds from all over the world can be found in Denali in spring and summer. Of the 167 species that call Denali home, over 100 are actual breeding birds in the area making it an area worth exploring if travelers enjoy bird watching.

If travelers are looking for a new and exciting place to vacation in National Parks, check out Denali National Park and enjoy a wilderness experience like never before. Travel To Go enjoys providing travelers with the best tips on travel. From National Parks to beaches or a great nightlife, let Travel To Go help vacationers plan their next holiday. Travelers can make the most of their travel dollar by vacationing with Travel To Go throughout the US and abroad.



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