Field Notes

Press Release / COVID-19

by Mary BessMar 17, 2020

For Immediate Release

Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris

Jason Williams, Owner/Founder

[Jackson WY, March 2020]  In the interest of guest and staff safety concerning the rapid spread of COVID-19, Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris will not be operating tours through April.  We plan to begin operating tours again May 1, 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation and follow the advice of the CDC and local health officials. Wyoming is still listed as a low-risk state with no community spread yet reported.  If any changes need to be made to future reservations, we will notify all reservation holders in advance.     


Our office staff will work remotely from home and be keeping a regular schedule to serve guests preparing for future adventures.  We are currently accepting bookings for summer, fall and next winter. If your travel plans for March or April were impacted by the virus, we hope you’ll consider making plans to travel with us later this summer instead.  Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.


In the meantime, please follow us on instagram (@jacksonholesafaris), or sign up for our newsletter (see our website footer) to stay updated on our local wildlife.    


What should you do to take appropriate precautions in your community?  If you are searching for reputable resources to learn more about prevention and status of COVID-19, please see the links below.


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Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris is a guide-owned and operated wildlife safari company that strives to educate, entertain, and connect our guests with this amazing place we call home.



Mary Bess
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Mary Bess

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