This 5-hour tour gives you the best shot at viewing Grand Teton National Park's wildlife at sunset. With the guidance of your host, find the best spots for seeing animals such as bears, antelope, eagles, and pronghorn. National Park entrance fees, dinner, and round-trip transportation from Teton Village and Jackson Hole hotels are included.
5-hour sunset tour of Grand Teton National Park
View elk, bison, antelope and bear through provided binoculars
Your 5-hour wildlife watching tour begins when your seasoned guide picks you up in the late afternoon. Pickup and drop-off is available from Jackson Hole and Teton Village hotels.
Travel into the wilderness of Grand Teton National Park (entrance fees included) and your guide will find the best spots for wildlife viewing. Explore areas such as the Gros Ventre Wilderness, Jenny and Jackson Lakes, and the historic barns of Mormon Row at Antelope Flats.
Listen to your guide's commentary about the wildlife that makes their homes in the area; they'll lead you to the best locations for spotting osprey, eagles, foxes, coyotes, pronghorn, bison, deer, elk, black bears, and grizzly bears. You're welcome to make use of the binoculars at Oxbow Bend viewpoint and other lookout points. Dinner is provided.
Return to your hotel for drop-off after 5 hours of snapping photos and watching wildlife in their natural habitat.
Reviews by Viator travellers
, Aug 2018
Our guide John did a good job of finding wildlife for us to see and was friendly and kept the evening light. I cannot say much about the dinner they provided, needs improvement.
One time, guide knowledgable of area and animal sporting.
Diane even stopped at Dairy Queen on my request, at the end of the tour.
One change. Have a designated time and area to eat your picnic.
Was a rainy evening and we had to eat in the truck while driving . A nice protected eating area world have been perfect.
Very enjoyable, saw animals and learned about the history of this beautiful area
The scenery was beautiful and we saw animals we didn't see when we were driving through on our own. We saw the sunset over the Tetons, which was breathtaking. However, I personally thought the trip was over priced. 1. It advertises they cover the cost to get into the park. We already had an annual pass and so did the other passengers, so the company did not absorb any money there. 2. The dinner was 1 sandwich and a bottle of water I would not consider this a dinner as advertised. We sat by a lake, which was beautiful, but on a log. The guide was knowledgeable, but the main company changed her itinerary, so she wasn't sure where she was going. We enjoyed the other passengers company.
Fantastic tour. Our guide George went above and beyond the call of duty to find us wildlife to view. His knowledge of the area is impressive and we thoroughly enjoyed our time with him. In fact we saved our dinner until the end of the night. The Bigfoot story was a great cap to the tour.