Idaho Tourism Shares New Year’s Resolution-Friendly Trip Ideas for National Plan for Vacation Day

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In recognition of National Plan for Vacation Day on January 28 — a day dedicated to planning your time off in advance — Visit Idaho is letting travelers know they can plan a great vacation in Idaho without breaking their New Year’s resolutions.

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“Whatever your vacation goals — relaxation, trying or seeing something new or simply being more budget-conscious — Idaho offers options for all types of adventure,” says Diane Norton, Idaho Tourism Manager.

In recognition of National Plan for Vacation Day on January 28 — a day dedicated to planning your time off in advance — Visit Idaho is letting travelers know they can plan a great vacation in Idaho without breaking their New Year’s resolutions.

According to USTravel.org, in 2019 alone, a staggering 768 million vacation days went unused. Taking time off is essential to a person’s overall well-being: it strengthens personal relationships, improves professional performance and promotes overall health and wellness.

Visit Idaho is encouraging travelers to use their vacation time for experiences that align with popular New Year’s Resolutions — whether that’s committing to healthier choices, spending more time with family and friends, saving money, traveling more or all of the above. Want to learn something new? Take a fly-fishing class on a sparkling trout stream or saddle up for your first horseback ride in the mountains. Want to unplug? Hike through northern Idaho’s ancient cedar groves or spend the night in a fire lookout tower. Want to de-stress? Attend a wellness festival or visit a hot spring. Idaho has plenty of vibrant cities, interesting towns and activity options that make planning a trip easy, whether resolutions are important, or not.

“Whatever your vacation goals — relaxation, trying or seeing something new or simply being more budget-conscious — Idaho offers options for all types of adventure,” says Diane Norton, Idaho Tourism Manager. “Put your vacation dates on the calendar and start planning to explore corners of Idaho that have been on your bucket list.”

See more Idaho resolution vacation ideas here.

About Idaho Tourism:
Idaho Tourism (Visit Idaho) serves to inspire travelers to visit and experience Idaho’s diverse, unique beauty, western culture and history and outdoor adventure opportunities through engaging, helpful tips, information and resources. Tourism is Idaho’s third largest Industry and Idaho Tourism is committed to growing Idaho’s economy through targeted, impactful promotions. Go to VisitIdaho.org to plan your vacation.

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