These two national parks (which, by the way, could be considered as one, since they are next to each other, and you buy one pass for both parks) are located in Wyoming... yes, Wyoming! how many of you really knew that?... I didn't.
Well, the flora and fauna of these places are incredible, and the landscapes, breathtaking! I was told that there were bears and deers and many other different animals, but I didn't think I was gonna be able to see them all in just the few days I spent in the parks. Here you'll find some pictures of the different species I bumped into.
I also found that there are hundreds of Work & Travel students spending their summer here. It may seem a pretty secluded place at first but, in the small town where they live, they have everything they need and more! I mean, they have geysers and bears! Who has bears around the corner of their house? (zoos don't count). Anyway, I met with some of these students and they confirmed my ideas: they are really happy to have the chance to live part of their lives in the most famous national parks of the world, Yellowstone and Grand Teton
By clicking HERE you can see ALL the pictures from these parks! All the animals and the landscapes. Below you will find just a small selection. So, I really recommend everyone to click there, or HERE :)