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Explore Grand Teton National Park in search of wildlife on this exhilarating tour by open-air safari-style vehicle in the summer (June 15 - August 31). At dawn or dusk, you’ll get the best chances of sighting bears, wolves, elk, moose, eagles and more on your safari adventure. Your naturalist guide will ensure your enjoyment and safety, teach you all about the park’s geology and ecology, and stop along the way to let you take photos of your gorgeous surroundings.
This small-group tour is limited to 12 people, ensuring a more personalized experience.
Tours departing from September-May will take place in a heated and enclosed 10 passenger vehicle and be limited to 10 guests total.
Explore America's first national park on a private 8-hour tour of Yellowstone. Set out on a scenic adventure in search of the park’s resident wildlife, which includes grizzlies, wolves, bison and bighorn sheep. Use binoculars and viewing scopes to see animals at a safe distance as you travel through the park’s Northern Range, Hayden and Lamar Valley, and Lake Area. Lunch and round-trip transport from select lodgings are included on this small-group tour, limited to six people.
Embrace winter in the Rocky Mountains on a guided tour of Grand Teton National Park and the National Elk Refuge. Guests will spend the morning touring Grand Teton National Park with an expert naturalist guide in a heated vehicle on the lookout for moose, wolves, bison, bighorn sheep, eagles, and coyotes. After a restaurant lunch in Jackson, Wyoming, adventurers will enjoy a tour of the National Elk Refuge on a horse-drawn sleigh. The National Elk Refuge is a wonderful way to enjoy an up close and personal view of elk herds in their winter habitat.
Enjoy aerial views of Grand Teton National Park on a 60 minute flight from the Jackson Hole Airport. With window seats guaranteed, this flight features stunning views and informative commentary from your pilot. You'll fly over the National Elk Refuge and past the Gros Ventre Slide. You'll fly past the Sleeping Indian and over the town of Jackson before crossing over Teton Pass. Then, you will get up close and personal with the Cathedral Group(Grand, Middle and South Teton) before returning to the Jackson Hole Airport.
Join an experienced naturalist guide to explore Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park in search of wintering wildlife in their habitat. The trip starts exploring the National Elk Refuge, home to thousands of wintering elk, hundreds of bison, bighorn sheep and an array of waterfowl. We will then head north along the western boundary of the refuge to Grand Teton National Park. Here we will travel along the southern park roads watching for wildlife and stopping frequently for photo-ops. You will see places like antelope flats, the small town of Kelly and have views of several mountain ranges that form the valley of Jackson Hole. Jackson Hole’s wintering wildlife is abundant with opportunities to see bison, elk, deer, moose, fox, coyote, bald eagle, trumpeter swans, and if we’re lucky, wolves. Along the way you will learn about the geology, history and ecology of the area. The route varies seasonally based on group interest, road closures and wildlife migration.
Yellowstone Old Faithful Snowcoach Tour- Want to see Old Faithful in the winter? Getting to see Yellowstone in the Winter is a special experience that is a once in a lifetime experience. This is the trip for you if you want to view wildlife in a natural habitat, geothermic wonders and vast snow covered forest all in one place. Other points of interests may include Moose Falls, West Thumb geyser basin, and Fountain Paint Pots.