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Yellowstone Wildlife Safari Tour


Visit Grand Prismatic Spring during your Yellowstone Safari Tour in Yellowstone National Park.

See classic Yellowstone sites on a wildlife photo tour of the world's first national park.

Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park. Image by Jason Williams

“Having been on many tours in many countries, this ranks as one of the best. The tour itself was fantastic and in one day we hit all of the major spots on the lower loop. We saw many off the beaten path sights and our guide was fantastic. He was super knowledgeable, accommodating, flexible, and always available and fun.” – Carol, NYC

Join an experienced naturalist guide on a wildlife safari tour of Yellowstone National Park. We will focus on the geology, wildlife, and natural history of Yellowstone National Park while customizing the safari around your specific areas of interest. We will start the day by traveling north through Grand Teton National Park entering Yellowstone through the South Entrance. We then travel around the entire “lower loop” road visiting famous Yellowstone features like the Continental Divide, Old Faithful, Fountain Paint Pots, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Hayden Valley, Mud Volcano, Yellowstone Lake and much more. Wildlife will also be a priority as we travel through the park with opportunities to see moose, elk, deer, bison, pronghorn, fox, coyote, bald and golden eagles, black bears, grizzly bears and even wolves depending on season. Your knowledgeable guide will make frequent stops as opportunities for wildlife viewing present themselves. The route each day will vary depending on wildlife, group interest and road conditions.

Included: Hotel Pick-up in Jackson Hole, an experienced naturalist guide, small groups, a light breakfast, a gourmet picnic lunch (weather permitting), organic snacks, fresh fruit, drinks, a customized souvenir water bottle, use of auto-focus binoculars, spotting scopes and learning materials. (Guide gratuity and park entrance fees not included)

Duration: 10-12 hours.
2015 Season: May 8 – Oct 31
Pickup times
: Teton Village 7 am, Jackson 6:30 am, other Jackson Hole locations 6:45am

 

Open Tour – $305 Per person (Age limit 8 – small group size)

 

 

Private $1400 (Includes up to 4 passengers – 165.00 per additional)

 

Cancellation Policy: We have a 48 hour cancellation policy for all single day safaris and a 7 day cancellation policy for all 2­-3 day safaris. For groups of 15 or more guests and for multi­-day safaris of 4 or more days our cancellation policy is 30 days. Cancellations made outside the stated cancellation period for your reservation will be fully refunded with no penalty. For cancellations made within our cancellation policy’s stated times for your reservation we will retain a 50% deposit. Cancellations on the day of your reservation or no­-shows will be charged 100%. We strongly recommend travel insurance to protect you from incurring costs associated with unforeseen cancellations.

 

Other tours to Yellowstone National Park:

 

Join a Jackson Hole Wildlife Photo Safari Tour to See Bears and Wolves!

2 Day Bear and Wolf Safari Tour

This popular wildlife photo safari tour will focus on finding and safely viewing Greater Yellowstone’s predators . We will spend our time in prime grizzly and wolf habitat within both Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks including places like Willow Flats, Pacific Creek, Hayden Valley and the famous Lamar Valley, often referred to as the Serengeti of North America. During your safari you will also have the opportunity to visit famous Yellowstone landmarks like Old Faithful, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs and several waterfalls. Our small group sizes and expert local guides will insure personalized attention, great wildlife viewing and endless photo opportunities.

Includes: Hotel pick-up, all transportation, an experienced local guide, 1 night lodging, 2 lunches, 1 dinner, 1 breakfast, snacks, souvenir water bottle, and use of our spotting scopes and binoculars throughout the trip.

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One of Grand Teton National Park's many grizzlies, Blondie.

3 Day Bear and Wolf Safari Tour

Join an experienced local wildlife guide to track, study and photograph the bears, wolves and mega-fauna in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. This popular wildlife photo safari tour will focus on finding and safely viewing Greater Yellowstone’s predators and big game while learning about the geology, history and ecology of the Greater Yellowstone area. We will spend our time in prime grizzly and wolf habitat within both national parks including places like Willow Flats, Pacific Creek, Hayden Valley and the famous Lamar Valley, often referred to as the Serengeti of North America. During your safari you will also have the opportunity to visit famous Yellowstone landmarks like Old Faithful, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs and several waterfalls. Our small group sizes and expert local guides will insure personalized attention, great wildlife viewing and endless photo opportunities. Depending on group interest and ability day hiking is also an option throughout your safari.

Includes: Hotel pick-up, all transportation, an experienced local wildlife guide, 2 nights lodging, breakfasts, lunches, 2 dinners, snacks, a souvenir water bottle and use of our spotting scopes and binoculars throughout the trip.

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Join one of our Jackson Hole Wildlife Tours to see the wolves of Yellowstone.

3 Day Top of the World Safari Tour

This fantastic three day wildlife photo tour will take you deep into both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks with plenty of time for great wildlife experiences, iconic park features, endless scenery and a chance to see Wyoming’s wild mustangs. After a full day in both parks and an evening and morning of bear and wolf watching in Lamar valley, known as the Serengeti of North America,  you will travel over the world famous Beartooth Pass and experience the ‘Top of the World’, considered by many to be one of the most beautiful stretches of road in the world! We will descend from the high country to Red Lodge Montana for lunch before arriving in Cody, Wyoming. Here  we explore the rich western history of Buffalo Bill’s hometown by visiting historic sites and attractions like the Erma Hotel and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. On day 3 your guide will take you into remote high desert wilderness on lesser traveled dirt roads in search of the wild horses of McCullough Peaks. This area is home to wild horses, pronghorn, deer, elk, coyote and golden eagles to name a few. If you want the most out of your vacation to the Greater Yellowstone Area this trip is for you!

Includes: Hotel pick-up, all transportation, an experienced naturalist guide, 2 nights lodging, 3 lunches, 2 dinners, 3 breakfasts, snacks, souvenir water bottle, and use of our spotting scopes and binoculars throughout the trip.

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3 Day Winter Wolves and Wildlife Safari of Northern Yellowstone Safari

Join an experienced local wildlife guide to track, study and photograph the abundant wintering wildlife and wolves found on the Northern Range of Yellowstone National Park. This popular winter wildlife safari tour will focus on finding and safely viewing Greater Yellowstone’s wintering wildlife including both predators and big game. Throughout the safari there is a chance to view and photograph wolves, coyote, fox, bald eagles, golden eagles, elk, bison, bighorn sheep, mule deer, pronghorn and mountain goats while learning about the geology, history and ecology of the Greater Yellowstone area. We will spend our time in prime wildlife habitat both outside and within Yellowstone National Park including places like Paradise Valley, Mammoth Hot Springs, the Blacktail Plateau, Little America and of course the famous Lamar Valley, often referred to as the Serengeti of North America. Our small group sizes and expert local guides will insure personalized attention, great wildlife viewing and endless photo opportunities.  (See a full itinerary and description below)

Includes: Hotel pick-up and return to Bozeman Montana, all transportation, an experienced local naturalist guide, 2 nights lodging in Gardiner Montana, breakfasts, lunches, 2 dinners, snacks, a souvenir water bottle and use of our spotting scopes and binoculars throughout the trip. (*park entrance fee and guide gratuity not included)

Did you know: Yellowstone National Park is the first National Park in the world! Though there were state and local parks and Hot Springs Arkansas was protected federally, Yellowstone gets the honor since it was preserved for it’s intrinsic value and uniqueness and not as a resource to be commercialized like Hot Springs.

Yellowstone was founded by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1 1872 when he signed the Yellowstone Park Act. Many visitors believe that President Roosevelt founded Yellowstone and is my favorite trick question!

Yellowstone National Park is larger than Delaware and Rhode Island combined at just over 2.2 million acres! Though huge it is only the 8th largest park in the United States National Park system. Wrangle St Alias is the overall largest park if you include Alaska. Death Valley National Park is the largest in the lower 48 states.

Yellowstone is considered to be a super volcano and the largest active terrestrial volcano in the world! (research varies but it’s thought there might be other larger super volcanoes under the oceans of the world)