Yellowstone Wildlife and Safari Tour

See wildlife with a professional guide

Bears, wolves, and critters, oh my! Listen to wolves howling, elk bugling, bison snorting and the screech of a bald eagle soaring over head, these are some of the sounds and sights of Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park is home to one of the greatest displays of wildlife in North America. Large mammals like bears, wolves, bison, and elk still roam their pristine habitat. Watch nature in the grandest of landscapes.

Cow and calf elk in Yellowstone


Guided Wildlife Tours are the best way to see the animals of Yellowstone! 


Tour Notes and Itinerary -

Black bear in shrubs - Yellowstone National ParkThe wildlife tours start early to take advantage of the morning animal movement and activity. Morning is the best time to see wildlife in the park, especially bears and wolves. Tours focus on the wildlife hot spots in Yellowstone like the Lamar Valley, Hayden Valley, "Little America", Slough Creek, Lake area, and points along the northern range ecosystem. Wildlife is constantly moving through the park and we know where to find them. The specific area of focus often depends on lodging and the season.

Enjoy the other animals of Yellowstone too! The park is home to large herds of bison, elk, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, and other ungulates. See bison rutting in the Hayden Valley, watch mountain goats scale the tall peaks of the northeast corner, or listen to elk bugle in the fall. Your guide will help interpret and explain the animal's behavior, keeping you informed of the wildlife process taking place. All the staff is local, knowledgeable, and passionate about Yellowstone.

"Yellowstone is a special place with a lot to see in a vast area. We met Chris early one morning and set off to see wildlife in Lamar Valley. We were not disappointed. Sights included: buffalo, wolves, coyotes, a bighorn sheep, pronghorn, a grizzly sow with a cub, and more. I was impressed with Chris' friendly style and genuine desire for us to have a good time and see as much as we could. It was money well spent as we saw more than would have just aimlessly wondering on our own. I highly recommend Chris for his professionalism, friendly manner, knowledge and work ethic." 
Jeff from North Carolina. Visited Yellowstone-May 2016










Pricing for Private Wildlife Tour Elk antlers and skull - Yellowstone

$525 for 1-4 people
$75 for each additional person

All tours include naturalist guide, transportation from your hotel or place of lodging, viewing scope, binoculars, and a hearty lunch. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free lunch options are available. Tour does not include Yellowstone entrance fee or guide gratuity.

If you have any specific requests, we will do our best to accommodate. Please contact us for additional questions.

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