Yellowstone National Park Tours
The world’s first National Park!
Offered: May 1st – Nov. 1st
Private Full-Day Tour
Duration: 8-10 hours
Cost: $1400.00 1-4 persons
Additional persons: Adults $250.00. Children 18 and under $200.00.
Larger groups (5+) call for pricing
(Yellowstone tours require a full day Half-day Yellowstone tours are not available)
With over 10,000 thermal features, 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.
Some of the sights you will experience are:
- Lewis Canyon
- Lake Yellowstone
- Hayden Valley
- Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
- Old Faithful Geyser
- Geologic and Thermal Features
- Abundant Wildlife
- And Much More!!
All Yellowstone tours include an experienced guide who will interpret the natural and human histories of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, binoculars, spotting scope, informative literature and the ability to customize tours to best suit each group.
Where Is Yellowstone National Park?
Most of this national park is located within Wyoming. However, due to its enormous size, parts of the park also span into neighboring states such as Idaho and Montana. Abundant plant life, many different types of animals as well as endless dramatic features make the park a hotspot for wildlife tours, scenic tours and incredible adventures.
What kinds of animals are in Yellowstone National Park?
There is abundant wildlife in the park. You can find a little bit of everything here ranging from carnivores, ungulates, rodents, hares and even bats.
What is Yellowstone National Park known for?
The park is known for several different things. Historic places, over 10 Thousand Thermal Features, beautiful natural formations, incredible waterfalls and abundant wildlife are just a few of the things that draw visitors to the area from all over the world. It’s also famous for becoming the first national park in the world.
Why is Yellowstone National Park called Yellowstone?
The park’s name dates all the way back as early as 1805. There’s a false belief that the name originated due to the bright yellow colors in the area caused by heavy rhyolite lava concentrations combined with a chemical reaction. The name originates from Native Americans from eastern Montana that noticed large amounts of yellow sandstone on riverbanks downstream from the park.