Wildlife Expeditions

Journey to the Wild

Wildlife Expeditions

Wildlife Expeditions of Teton Science Schools in western USA has a well-earned reputation of leading exceptional safari tours and locating wild animals in the wilderness in and around Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.  As Jackson Hole, Wyoming's original and oldest safari provider, we offer educational tours year-round in a stunning natural environment that are fun for the entire family. Our nature guides know where to look for elk, moose, bison/buffalo, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, mule deer, wolves, grizzlies, black bears, hawks, eagles, ospreys and other wild animals.

Beginning September 2, 2014, we will be offering our full-day Yellowstone Grand Canyon Tour in lieu of our Old Faithful and Lower Loop tours.  These changes are due to the temporary closure, beginning September 2, of the Grand Loop Road between West Thumb and Old Faithful to allow for bridge construction.

USA Today selects the TSS safari, Tracking Wolves & Bears in Yellowstone, as one of ten amazing adventures worldwide.

"As I have been on safaris in Africa, I really didn't know what to expect on an 'American' safari  This experience out did my greatest hopes... I would highly recommend the three-day Wildlife Expedition from Teton Science Schools to experience all that Yellowstone & Grand Teton can offer."

- Pris, from Arlington, Texas, USA, June 2014

"[The TSS Wildlife Discovery safari] is fantastic. The guides are highly qualified biologists, geologists and environmental science experts. They are so knowledgeable and know exactly where to take you in the park to find the full range of wildlife that you are hoping to see."

- Fiona, from Epsom, United Kingdom, June 2014

Come journey to the wild with us by clicking on the BOOK ONLINE button below.  Further details are available by clicking on one of the individual tours on the list.

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Request Information or Call 877.404.6626

Wildlife Expeditions is a partner and permittee of Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, the National Elk Refuge, Bridger-Teton National Forest, the Bureau of Land Management and the Land Commission Board of the State of Wyoming. 

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