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The Best Sunset Tours in Wyoming

a sunset over a body of water

There’s a reason “long walks at sunset” is a classic stereotype of personal ads … because no matter who you are or where you come from, we know you love a good sunset. The glowing reds, oranges, pinks, golds, blues, and purples light up the sky with a beauty that’s hard to express in words.

This is even truer in the backcountry, such as the area around Jackson Hole. Without further ado, here are three of Wyoming’s best sunset tours.

1. Grand Teton Sunset Tour

Enjoy the majesty of the Grand Teton mountains, their sharp spires thrusting into the sky as the sun sets over them. In addition to the setting sun, you’ll see bison, moose, antelope, birds, and small mammals. Together, they make for an unforgettable experience.

2. Snake River Whitewater and Sunset Wildlife Tour

More of a thrill-seeker? You’ll get all the thrills you can handle when you sign up for the Snake River whitewater trip. Bumps and thumps and spins and splashes are all the rage among the young and the young at heart, but don’t worry … you’ll get your calm sunset as well.

The trip winds down with a sunset wildlife tour across the gorgeous expanse of the antelope flats north of Jackson Hole. Get ready to experience wildlife such as bison and antelope up close and personal.

3. Snake River Float and Sunset Wildife Tour

If you’re looking to experience the “real America with cowboys, Native Americans and the Great Wild West,” then this tour is for you. The day starts with a peaceful float along a gentle stretch of the Snake River, where you’ll enjoy water birds, natural scenery and historical information. From there, you’ll proceed to Grand Teton National Park for a sunset wildlife tour.

Whether you want to see the sun set over the water or are more of a landlubber, there’s a tour for you. Get in touch with Scenic Safaristo learn more about your options, ask questions and book a day trip or evening adventure today. But be warned, they fill up – so don’t wait!