Yellowstone Wildlife Tours

The Yellowstone Experience

With over 10,000 thermal features and rugged terrain created by volcanoes and glaciers, driving through Yellowstone National Park and its surrounding areas is an amazing journey.

You’ll experience scenic vistas and an incredible variety of wildlife, geologic features, and beautiful plant life.

Old Faithful geyser erupting in Yellowstone National Park.

Oh, the Places You’ll See…

Old Faithful geyser erupting at sunset in Yellowstone National Park.

Old Faithful

Roughly every 90 minutes, Old Faithful spews up to 8,400 gallons of scalding water as high as 185 feet. Must-see.

Sunrise over Lake Yellowstone in Yellowstone National Park.

Lake Yellowstone

See the largest high-elevation lake in North America and enjoy its thermal features and wildlife.

Bison in the Hayden Valley area of Yellowstone National Park.

Hayden Valley

Stay on the lookout for bison, wolves, grizzly bears, black bears, and more in this verdant Yellowstone haven.

The Yellowstone River in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone National Park.

Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

Watch Lower Falls plunge 308 feet in Wyoming’s Grand Canyon lookalike.

Full-Day Yellowstone Tour

Fire & Ice Tour

Yellowstone’s Lower Loop/Yellowstone Lake/Grand Canyon/Old Faithful

  • Offered: May – October
  • Private Party Full Day Tour
  • Duration: 8-10 hours
  • Starting Time: Morning
  • Cost: $1100.00 for 1-4 people
  • Additional People: $150.00 each
  • Additional Seniors/18 and Under: $125.00 each
  • Larger Groups (6+): Call for thoughtful pricing
  • Cancellations and refunds require 72-hour notice

Tour Itinerary

Every Yellowstone tour is unique depending on wildlife sightings, preferred stops for guests, and more.
But you can expect a similar experience to what follows as we mold your Yellowstone tour to your group:

  • Lewis Canyon
  • West Thumb Geyser Basin
  • Wildlife viewing along Lake Yellowstone
  • Sulfur cauldron
  • Mud Volcano Geyser Basin
  • Hayden Valley wildlife viewing
  • Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
  • Scenic Firehole River Drive
  • Black Sands Geyser Basin
  • Old Faithful Geyser
  • Kepler Cascade
  • Geologic and thermal features
  • Abundant wildlife
  • And much more

What’s Included

  • Pickup & dropoff locations:
    • Town of Jackson
    • Teton Village
    • Please call for other locations
  • Interpretive guide service
  • Late-model vans provide individual seating with large windows, air conditioning, and stand-up comfort
  • Leupold, Bushnell, & Nikon Binoculars and spotting scopes
  • Field guides and interpretive manuals
  • Coolers for water and drinks
  • Regular comfort stops along the way
  • Park service concessions, grocery store, and restaurant stop by request
  • Not Included: National Park passes, children’s car seats, rain jackets, ponchos, food, or snacks

About the Wildlife

With abundant water and natural resources, wildlife thrives in Yellowstone National Park. And we frequent the same locations at the same time of day as the critters you came to see, so keep your eyes peeled…

Commonly Seen

We can usually find some of the animals on this list every outing:

  • Elk
  • Mule Deer
  • Bison
  • Moose
  • Bighorn Sheep
  • Trumpeter Swans
  • Bald Eagles
  • Sandhill Cranes (spring and early summer)

Frequently Seen

We’ll be visiting prime habitats for the following animals during their most active hours. They make quite a few appearances for our guests:

  • Black Bears
  • Coyotes
  • Foxes
  • American Pronghorn (Antelope)
  • Hawks
  • Falcons

Occasionally Seen

We know where these guys live, hunt, and play, but they can be elusive:

  • Grizzly Bears
  • Mountain Lions
  • Wolves
  • Otters
  • Bobcats
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