We're gonna be spending a lot of time outdoors
. Watch the bison in their natural environment
. We'll visit the famous Mount Rushmore
Tired of the eternal hustle and bustle of metropolitan areas, my friends and I decided to go on a trip to places where nature prevails over man. We started our journey in North Dakota, which amazes with its variety of natural landscapes, and then moved to the south.
We've never regretted that we chose this particular direction.
Each of us has made pleasant discoveries for ourselves, we are all absolutely different, so the trip turned out to be a rich one: visiting museums, watching bisons in the wild, visiting national parks. We've seen some of the most notorious street sculptures and learned more about the history and indigenous people of North and South Dakota.
Journey Through the Wonders of Nature - North and South Dakota
10 days itinerary by Gvenet Bloom - Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture - Car, 9 Hotels
Road Trip Categories: Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture
Day 1: First acquaintance with North Dakota
An evening walk in the park, dinner and a dream in anticipation of tomorrow
Visiting: Fargo, West Fargo
Day 2: Closer to nature
The first full day was devoted to acquaintance with the culture of the region in its various manifestations: from painting to watching bison. A day full of contrasts and new emotions.
Visiting: Fargo, Jamestown, Bismarck
Day 3: The realm of nature
This day was almost entirely devoted to outdoor recreation and rejuvenation in nature. We've had incredible views and pleasant discoveries.
Visiting: Bismarck, Morton County, Medora, Dickinson
Day 4: Human ingenuity
The fourth day has brought truly amazing discoveries - a man can coexist with nature in harmony and the evidence of this is the numerous sculptures that we saw on the way and during a walk in the park.
Visiting: Dickinson, Regent, Riverdale, Minot
Day 5: Trees everywhere
We walked along the fort, presented ourselves as soldiers in the midst of a battle and barricaded ourselves behind solid wooden fortifications, and then enjoyed strange sculptures made of wood and other materials in the open air museum.
Visiting: Minot, New Salem, Coleharbor, Lemmon, Reva, Spearfish, Belle Fourche
Day 6: The presidents see everything
Dedicated a day's walk in nature, felt like a treasure hunter and climbed to the most famous mountain in the U.S.
Visiting: Spearfish, Keystone, Lead, Custer, Wall
Day 7: Lethal weapons and prairies
Today, we continue to enjoy the fickle nature of South Dakota. Well, who hasn't heard of prairie? It's a real natural symbol of America! We also visit a museum where weapons that have never been and will never be used are stored.
Visiting: Wall, Rapid City, Interior, Cottonwood, Murdo, Kadoka
Day 8: Time machine
Dedicated a day to the study of the history of the indigenous population of the state, as well as visited an interactive museum, where they plunged into the 1880s.
Visiting: Murdo, Township of Chamberlain, De Smet, Mitchell, Brookings, Arlington
Day 9: A mosaic of impressions
On this day, everyone had time to rest for all tastes and colors. We visited the museum of art, walked by the lake and saw a street statue that reminded us of the value of life.
Visiting: Brookings, Hendricks, Ortonville, Rothsay, Moorhead, Fargo
Day 10: It's time to remember the good things
Well, the journey is nearing its end. We spent the morning having breakfast and a nice conversation.