Wyoming is one of the least populated states in the United States, but it's best kept that way, as travelling in the state makes you feel as if you're on the final frontier of the Wild Wild West, ghost towns and all. There are a few good sights to stop at along the way, like Devil's tower, and the people are some of the friendliest you'll find.

Wyoming is the last vestige of the Wild West! You can smell the freedom in the air. It's a great place for a road trip. You might not find many tours here, but if you have the gumption to explore on your own you will find ghost towns so desolate you may here spirits whispering. You can walk the ruts of the Oregon trail, trek into the mountain wilderness, and you may not see anyone other humans there, but you may see elk, moose, deer, bears, wolves, and other animal friends.

You can feed yourself on trout caught in a mountain lake or befriend a Native American and, if you are lucky, he may invite you to a sweat lodge or pow-wow. Try to befriend a cowboy and go to a rodeo. The biggest outdoor rodeo in the world takes place in Cheyenne end of July, with great cultural experience and a lot of fun! There is country music and line dancing and the two-step at the bars. If you are foreign you will generate a big stir! Everyone will want to meet you and ask you about your country.

The thing that's special about Wyoming are the miles of open country for exploring. Not a vacation destination for the lazy but heaven for the adventurous and inspired traveller!