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Go in search of wolves, bison, moose, and bears on this 2-day Yellowstone wildlife adventure across what's known as the "American Serengeti." You’ll stay overnight at a hotel after scouring the Yellowstone wilderness, and spend time in Grand Teton National Park. For geological wonders, visit classic Yellowstone sights like the towering Old Faithful geyser, the thundering Yellowstone Falls and the terraced Mammoth Hot Springs.


  • 2-day wildlife tour of Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks
  • Spot bears, bison, wolves, moose, elk and other magnificent wildlife in Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley
  • Visit Old Faithful, the Upper and Lower Falls of Yellowstone and Mammoth Hot Springs
  • Learn about the history, geology and wildlife of this ruggedly scenic area from your informative guide
  • Overnight accommodation in Montana, park entrance fees and hotel pickup and drop-off included
  • Small-group tour limited to 10 people ensures a more personalized experience

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

It's worth the early morning starts to be able to see incredible wildlife up close. The guides really help you make the most of your time in both parks.

What You Can Expect

2-Day Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks Wildlife Adventure

Grizzly Bear

Day 1: Jackson or Teton Village – Grand Teton – Yellowstone (L)

Begin in Jackson or Teton Village for a drive that takes you through Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. Along the way, use provided binoculars to scan the horizon for coyotes and elk, or the sky for soaring bald eagles. Don't get too focused on what's in the distance, though. There's always a chance you'll spot moose or grizzlies right on the side of the road.

In Yellowstone National Park, experience sights like the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, and the Upper Falls and Lower Falls. After a provided picnic lunch, drive through Lamar Valley for a chance to see large herds of bison. Dinner is at your own expense just over the border in Montana, where you’ll stay overnight to rest up for a second day of adventure.

Overnight: Hotel in West Yellowstone or Cooke City, Montana

Day 2: Yellowstone – Jackson or Teton Village

The next day, get an early start in search of wolves. They are most active in the morning — which is also a time when grizzly bears are up and on the move. Afterward, it's your turn to get moving on easy, short hikes past Yellowstone’s geothermal features. Top off the experience with a stop Old Faithful geyser to see a splashy show.

Important: Lodging within Yellowstone National Park cannot be guaranteed for any bookings made within 30 days of travel. If none are available, accommodations will be reserved at a hotel outside the park.  

Customer Reviews

Gail A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

It was one of the most memorable holidays for my son and I, great fellow passengers not to mention our Guide/Driver Mike, who was well informed, courteous and very likeable. We saw lots of wild life and the scenery was spectacular. I would recommend this trip to any wild life and scenery lovers without a doubt

Joanna F

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2015

This two day trip was one of the greatest experiences I have ever had! I had been to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks many times in the past, but this trip was like seeing them for the first time. Our guide, Evan, was awesome he was very personable, thoughtful, and professional. Furthermore, his knowledge of the parks and points of interest was amazing, and he must have bionic vision because he was able to spot wildlife that was nearly impossible to see, initially. In all my trips to Yellowstone and the Tetons, I have never seen as much wildlife as I saw on this trip. Seeing the Lamar Valley was a life changing experience, and we were privileged to see interactions between grizzlies and wolves that humans rarely see. I more than highly recommend this trip and Evan as your guide.


4 star rating: Recommended December 2016

Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are a must see in USA if you like beautiful scenery, seeing wild animals and seeing geysers, hot springs and mud pots. Our tour guide was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the area and made for good company on the tour. We saw lots of bison, a few bears, and other animals. The mountains are majestic and the bison fascinating. We saw them at one point just casually walking along the road holding up all the traffic but it was a good way to see them up close. It is such a large area that I would recommend at doing a tour that is at least 2 days or more as there is such a lot to see. The tour company were a pleasure to deal with.

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