Star Valley Wyoming

Park Tours, Wildlife Safari and Photo Tours


Red Spouter
Red Spouter Mud Pot

Yellowstone National Park welcomes visitors from across the country and around the world to experience its natural wonders and embarrassment of riches. Visitors come to experience timeless natural wonders in a season of breathtaking contrasts: Old Faithful’s boiling eruptions shooting into sub-zero air; waterfalls in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone frozen as if by a spell; bison, perhaps even wolves, crossing steaming thermal basins.

Yellowstone visitors are increasingly demanding specific opportunities and qualities of their visits to Yellowstone and now many private tours can be customized. Guides love sharing park history, park ecology, natural history, and instructing nature photography. Private safaris and park tours allow the entire trip to be tailored to you and your group. These safaris provide maximum flexibility and personal attention.

elk chasing wolves
Cow elk chasing wolves in Yellowstone

There are three resources that should be seen by all Yellowstone visitors. The first being the hydrothermal features, principally the geysers, and hot springs. Yellowstone hosts the greatest number of geysers anywhere on earth. Thermal features can be found throughout the park, yet the highest concentration of geysers and hot springs is in the Old Faithful area. The average visitor to this area can easily find these resources but without a guide may leave without understanding them.

The second must-see resource is the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River including its two waterfalls including 109-foot Upper Falls and the 308-foot Lower Falls. The third resource of Yellowstone is its prodigious wildlife population.

Explore "America's Serengeti" and discover the Animals of Yellowstone National Park on a guided learning adventure. Wildlife Safaris help visitors see all kinds of wildlife in the Greater Yellowstone Geo-ecosystem and providing fascinating educational experiences in a fun and relaxed environment. Animals that may be observed during our expeditions include elk, moose, bison, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, mule deer, wolves and bears.

Grand Teton National Park

Fall Grand Teton Nationa Park
Fall Grand Teton National Park

If you are coming to Jackson Hole, Wyoming a great way to see the best of it would be to take a park tour through Grand Teton National Park. Tour guides are highly knowledgeable and will offer all sorts of information and facts about the wildlife, flora, geology and human history.

Grand Teton National Park preserves a spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and extraordinary wildlife. The abrupt vertical rise of the jagged Teton Range contrasts with the horizontal sage-covered valley and glacial lakes at their base, creating world-renowned scenery that attracts nearly four million visitors per year.

Grand Teton National Park owes its spectacular scenery to earthquakes. Boasting the youngest and steepest mountain range in the west, containing some of the oldest rocks on earth, featuring glaciers and glacier-carved lakes, abundant wildlife and a myriad of wildflowers. As you enter the incredible landscapes of Grand Teton National Park, you will stand in awe of some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere.

Oxbow sunrise, thunderstorm
Oxbow sunrise, thunderstorm

The Snake River, a defining feature of the park, offering varied habitats for wildlife and recreation for visitors and a fix for fly-fishing addicts, cutthroat and rainbow trout populate the river, drawing bald eagles and fishermen alike. Industrious beavers have dammed parts of the river, creating calm waters where moose feed on willows and aquatic plants--Schwabacher Ponds and Oxbow Bend are particularly good places to look.

Away from the river, grazing animals like bison, elk, mule deer and pronghorns thrive on the park’s extensive sagebrush flats. The porous soil that underlies the flats holds little water, but supports more life than one might think, including 20 types of grass, colorful spring flowers and several rodent species.

Antelope Flats, along Highway 89 on the eastern edge of the park, is a particularly good place to find bison. If you’re lucky, you might see a coyote or wolf hunting the sagebrush flats

Vacations aren't complete without seeing the mountain ranges of this region. It's a destination loved by young and old and something not to be missed. Sit back and relax and enjoy a guided park tour through the Grand Tetons.

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