Explore Yellowstone National Park in search of wildlife on this enclosed, air-conditioned vehicle tour with a naturalist guide. In the early morning, you’ll get the best chances of sighting bears, wolves, elk and bison on your safari adventure, which takes you to Old Faithful geyser, Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone Lake, Hayden Valley, Fountain Paint Pots and Mud Pots, and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone for photo opportunities. Enjoy stunning views of the landscape and learn about the park’s history, geology and ecology from your guide along the way. This small-group tour is limited to 11 people, ensuring a more personalized Yellowstone experience.
Your national park adventure departs from your Jackson/Teton Village area hotel in the early morning. Get ready for your exciting Park experience on the scenic drive north through Grand Teton National Park, stopping along the way to observe wildlife stirring in the morning light. Enjoy unforgettable views of your majestic surroundings and use your provided binoculars to possibly spot bears, wolves, bison, moose, elk, mule deer, eagles, and other animals that make up the Yellowstone eco-system. Visit Old Faithful to witness the eruption of this world-famous geyser. After spending time here taking photos, continue to Yellowstone Lake, the Upper and Lower Falls and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, a magnificent canyon created by huge volcanic eruptions 600,000 years ago. These sights will absolutely amaze you! During your stops, your naturalist guide will educate the group about Yellowstone National Park’s history, geology, ecology and wildlife. Enjoy snacks and beverages, as well. Guests will have several opportunities to stretch their legs throughout the entire day. After your unforgettable Yellowstone adventure, relax on the drive south to Jackson through Grand Teton National Park. Please note: This tour only operates from late April through October. Tours departing in April-early May and October-early November may enter Yellowstone through the West Entrance of Yellowstone after guests are picked up in Jackson Hole, WY due to winter road closures at the South Entrance of Yellowstone.