Grand Teton National Park Wildlife Tours
While the beautiful scenery is enough of a reason alone to book a tour with us, the wildlife adds to each experience. We specialize in wildlife tours and safaris. Wyoming Wilds knows all the best spots to view wildlife in its natural habitat.
With so many bodies of water in the area as well as abundant plant life, wildlife thrives in the park. Our tour guides will take you on an adventure of a lifetime with our wildlife tours. You’ll spot countless species of mammals and birds on your trip and have numerous opportunities to snap some photos.
Types of Animals You Can See During Our Wildlife Tours
Our wildlife tours offer a great opportunity to take in views of vast wildlife in the area. Your local guide knows the area well and can take you to wildlife hotspots. Our wildlife tours truly are one of a kind experiences that allow visitors to see wildlife that’s hard to find anywhere else.
Commonly seen wildlife may be:
- Bighorn Sheep
- Trumpetes Swans
- Bald Eagle
- Grizzly Bears
- Mountain Lions
Frequently seen may be:
- Black Bear
- American Pronghorn
Custom & Specialty Tours
At Wyoming Wilds, we put the power in your hands with our custom and specialty tours. We can suit the needs of nearly any occasion. Contact us when booking with your ideas!
How far is Grand Teton National Park from Jackson Hole WY?
Grand Teton tours from Jackson Hole are incredibly convenient because the national park is only minutes away. The close proximity makes visiting the park a favorite activity for locals and visitors to the area. It also makes Jackson Hole a lodging hotspot for travelers.
What town is Grand Teton National Park in?
The park is located just north of Jackson Wyoming in the northwestern part of the state. It also happens to be located just 56 miles from Yellowstone which allows visitors to go on wildlife adventures and scenic tours like no other. With rich history, numerous activities and areas with nearly untouched nature, this is definitely a town that’s worth a visit.
Are the Grand Tetons worth seeing?
If you’re into nature, wildlife and historic places, the Grand Tetons are more than worth a visit. The Teton Range itself is breathtaking. However, travelers quickly find themselves absorbed in the abundant wildlife in the area as well as the scenery. The close proximity of the national elk refuge also adds to the experience. Guided tours are a great way to get the most out of your visit.
What should I see in Grand Teton National Park?
With so many different things to feast your eyes on it can be hard to choose which locations you should place at the top of your itinerary. You can’t go wrong with Jenny Lake, Jackson Lake, the many beautiful lookouts, Mormon Row and the Moulton Barn and of course areas with abundant wildlife.
How much time do you need in Grand Tetons?
This park is much smaller than its neighbor Yellowstone. That doesn’t mean that there isn’t a lot to see here though. Depending on your interests and itinerary you can get a good view of the park in 2-4 days, but more time can be spent to explore and expand your experience.