Rest, relaxation, and rawrs. And probably a lot of bleats. For the wildlife buff, this winter safari sure doesn't bite!
Wait. A winter safari, you say? It may sound a tad mad, but it's really quite brrrilliant! The colder months push the local wildlife down the Teton Mountain Range, flooding the idyllic valley known as Jackson Hole with elk, bison, moose, wolves, bighorn sheep, mule deer, and coyote!
Kick things off with a complimentary breakfast, then head to the National Elk Refuge, where you'll be able to soak in views of snowy cliffs and climbing bighorn sheep. Spend the rest of your tour exploring some of the 310,000 acres that comprise Grand Teton National Park. Visit both well-known vantage points, and little known hideaways, and find yourself surrounded by the singular picturesque beauty of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem!
If you can snap yourself from your reverie, you might even remember to snap a photo or two!
Note: There is a 2 person minimum to book this activity. Transportation from and to your hotel is provided. Pick up from a hotel inside Yellowstone National Park will not be available. Park entrance fee is not included. Please provide your hotel information in the special requests section.
What to expect
- Discover the Grand Teton National Park with a morning wildlife safari
- Visit both popular and little-known wildlife viewing spots
- Enjoy informed insights into the local history and ecosystem
- Spark your imagination and snap some memorable photographs
About this Activity
|Price||$130.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||5 hours|
Cancellation notice must be provided at least 48 hours in advance in order to receive a full refund.