Grand Teton and Yellowstone Wildlife Safari

September 25 – October 2, 2022

In a land built on fire, earthquakes, and other extreme geological forces, the sheer beauty of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks is simply unmatched. Their prolific wildlife and geothermal activity are the ideal setting for capturing iconic images and learning about our national treasures. Learn about the unique geological and ecological history that continues to shape this region, how it came into existence, and about the plants and animals that call this wilderness home. Explore Lamar Valley, “the Serengeti of North America,” as you search for wildlife only seen in this region. Our expert biologist and wildlife guide takes you away from crowded boardwalks to more remote places in search of elusive species of birds and predators like wolves and bears. Gain insight on conservation during talks at local organizations such as Teton Science School and Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge.

Trip Highlights

  • Float down the scenic Snake River to take in majestic views of Grand Teton National Park and learn from our expert river guides.
  • See herds of bison and elk and look for longhorn sheep, grizzly bears, badgers, pronghorn, and wolves in Lamar Valley, America’s Serengeti.
  • Visit the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, an educational wildlife park dedicated to conservation of the area’s wild animals.
  • Witness the mudpots, geysers, hot springs, and fumaroles of Yellowstone’s Lower Geyser Basin, Fountain Paint Pots, and iconic Old Faithful.
  • Search for wildlife around Teton’s Jenny Lake and the forests around West Yellowstone.
  • Visit the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge and learn how it provides critical habitat for migrating birds, including Snowy Plover, Black-necked Stilt, Cinnamon Teal, and Tundra Swan.

Pricing and Cancellation

The base cost is $3,690 per person. Price includes accommodations, meals, activities and entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary, private vehicle transportation, full-time guide for the duration of the program, bottled water on the bus, carbon offset, and part of your trip cost goes to support the Natural Resources Foundation. It does not include airfare, gratuities, or items of a personal nature. Single room supplement is $795. 

A deposit of $200 is required by participants to register and reserve a space on the program. Reservations made less than 95 days prior to departure require full payment.
95 or more days before departure: $100 cancellation fee; remaining balance is refunded.
94 -0 days before departure: Program fees are not refundable after this date.