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Grand Teton Tours | Wildlife Excursions

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Grand Teton tours from Scenic Safaris take you up close and personal with the fascinating fauna of Grand Teton National Park and the National Elk Refuge. It is on these guided tours that you’ll experience the wonders of nature like never before. You’ll have a chance to explore the wild frontier and view elk, moose, bison, antelope, and the majestic bald eagle in their natural habitats. Discover the wonder behind our Grand Teton tours for yourself.

Your experience takes place in the wilds of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with the climate-controlled comfort of a luxury van with special elongated windows that provide the perfect glimpse into a world you’ll likely never see in the same way again. Listen to our knowledgeable guides as they impart the fascinating history of the area, including stories of the Paleo-Indians and fur trapper, Davey Jackson, after whom Jackson Hole is named.

Glorious Grand Teton National Park encompasses 310,000 acres of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. It is one of the few remaining temperate ecosystems on the planet. The animals who live here, and who rely on this area for food and shelter, often travel hundreds of miles during seasonal migrations. At Scenic Safaris, our tours bring you into viewing distance of a variety of these amazing creatures, including black bears, mule deer, pronghorns, coyotes, and snowshoe hares. Along the waterways of the Grand Tetons, you’re likely to see beaver, river otters, muskrats, pelicans, and Canadan geese. Wolves and grizzly bears also call this frontier home, as do the bobcat, red fox, and northern raccoons.

So if it’s a wildlife adventure that moves you, you’ll find Scenic Safaris’ popular Grand Teton Tours to be just to your liking. Book a tour today for a vacation the whole family will enjoy, just don’t forget to bring your camera to record the many amazing sights you’ll see along the way.

Contact us at Scenic Safaris for more information.