On this full day adventure, you'll learn about the history of America's first National Park, with stops to view thermal features and wildlife. Our guide will get you off of the well beaten path to do some hiking around Yellowstone geyser basins.
TOTAL TRIP TIME: 12 hours
DEPARTURE TIMES: 7:00-7:30AM
TRIP IDEAL FOR: Outdoor enthusiasts and history buffs
PRICING: $270 adult / $225 child (Guide gratuity & Park Entrance Fee is NOT included)
Lunch and refreshments are included.
This trip is enjoyed in our "Bigfoot", the comfortable luxury van with large wheels can accommodate groups of up to 12 people. The large tires along with elongated windows allow for superior wildlife and mountain viewing!
Hotel pick-up is included.
We'll get an early start, leaving Jackson around 7:30am. The morning light on the Teton Range as we head North through Grand Teton National Park will have your camera out early. We'll enter Yellowstone through the South entrance and head towards Old Faithful. Points of interest may include West Thumb geyser basin, Moose Falls, Kepler Cascades, and Lewis Falls. Be on the lookout for elk and bison in their natural habitat.
The highlight of the day will be the time spent around Old Faithful. See the eruption, then leave the beaten path, spending time exploring the geyser basins. Our guides are very knowledgeable about the history, geology, flora and fauna of the area.
Each tour will vary slightly according to group interest and wildlife migration routes. Binoculars and spotting scopes for guest use are provided. Don't forget your camera. You should also bring sunglasses, comfortable shoes, sunscreen, and an extra layer or jacket.
100% cancellation fee when cancellation is given within 48 hours of trip departure. All tours subject to change due to weather conditions or insufficient number of people.
*The National Park Service may increase fees in 2018. This may alter the price of your confirmed departure. Existing reservations will be notified of any fee increase prior to departure and will not be penalized for cancellations due to an increase in National Park Service fees.
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