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Private Grand Teton Wildlife Full Day Tour

Spectacular Wildlife Viewing

  • Duration

    8 Hours

  • Season

    May 1 - Dec 17

  • Max Capacity

    9 Guests

  • Trip Type

    Wildlife Viewing

All-day private, interpretive tour designed for wildlife aficionados. Observe and learn about elk, moose, coyotes, birds of prey, and possibly wolves in Grand Teton National Park and surrounding National Forest lands.

Starting from

$650

Up to 2 guests
Season Dates: May 1 - Dec 17
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Trip Overview

For the wildlife viewing enthusiasts


This signature tour is designed for avid wildlife viewers with a love for natural history, cultural history, and interpretative learning. Our knowledgeable guides transform this full-day tour into an immersive wildlife adventure. They will focus on the diverse and vibrant ecosystem in Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton National Forest diverse and vibrant ecosystem.

Highlights:

  • Extremely passionate and knowledgeable guide with a trained eye for spotting wildlife
  • Start the day viewing local fauna in the quiet, dawn hours when wildlife is most active
  • Local expertise on best spots for viewing elk, moose, grizzly bears, black bears, wolves, bison, mule deer, foxes, eagles and more around Jackson Hole
  • Explore Grand Teton National Park, National Elk Refuge and Bridger-Teton National Forest
  • Use of professional field guide books, antlers, horns, skins and skulls

What’s Included:

  • Customized Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans with rooftop hatches for easier viewing access
  • High quality spotting scopes and binoculars available for enhanced wildlife observation
  • Complimentary coffee, tea, cocoa, variety of soft drinks and water
  • Snacks and picnic lunch around midday
  • Souvenir water bottle
  • Complimentary pick-up at your home or hotel

* National Park pass and gratuity not included

Our Tour Vans

Enjoy the comfort of customized Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans on your wildlife viewing tour. All vans are equipped with rooftop hatches for wildlife viewing.

Before You Go

Layering is key! We recommend guests bring a day pack and the following items: rain jacket, lightweight puffy or fleece layer, knit hat or beanie, sun hat or visor, and comfortable hiking shoes. Sunscreen is always recommended.

Fill Out Your Forms

Please bring completed forms the day of your tour.

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COVID-19

Wildlife Expeditions prioritizes the health and wellbeing of our guests and staff. This will be our third season with proven and effective COVID-19 practices. Review our COVID-19 protocols here.

Cancellation Policy

Wildlife Expeditions is committed to providing our guests the most flexibility due to these uncertain times. For the Summer 2021 season, we will provide a 100% refund for cancellations seven days prior to trip start date. Within seven days, guests can choose a full tour credit valid for up to one year or receive a 50% refund.

Pick-Up Info

Complimentary pick-up/drop-off from your location of choice at the following times:

May 1 – September 6: 6 am
September 7 – 30: 6:30 am
October: 7 am
November: 7:30 am

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Great Tours Make Guests Happy

Fred

“Our experience with Teton Science Schools (TSS) could not have been better. Our guide, Tyler was exceptionally knowledgeable on the subject of the Yellowstone hydrothermal features, the local geology, birds, mammals and plants! He was polite, personable, easy to talk to, answered our questions fully and completely. The food provided for snacks and lunch was very good! We were treated to lunch in a heated yurt with a picnic table and table cloth. I cannot recommend a trip of any sort with TSS more highly. We will do this again for sure.”

– Fred

Peter

“Our day-long adventure with Mike Rowell was outstanding! With the Teton Mountains gleaming throughout our day, we saw a moose (very close to the road), a bald eagle, bison, deer, elk at a distance, mountain goats, coyote, and deer! We missed only bears; they were hibernating! Mike was a great wildlife spotter. He was kind and solicitous of our needs. At each major stop, he set up two powerful scopes that provided excellent viewing (at a distance, as required by park regulations, in order to leave the animals undisturbed in their natural habitats). Mike and his TSS colleagues were in radio contact and could one another to the right spot to view our Moose!”

– Peter

Testimonial 3

“Kevin was a wonderful guide who drove us around Jackson Hole Valley, in a cozy van in the middle of February, to all the best wildlife viewing spots. With his expertise, plus handy radio communication with fellow guides in the area, we were able to see a Moose, Bison, coyote, and Big Horn Sheep all within a couple of hours. It was the perfect amount of time with young kids, and not so early, 8 to noon. Especially if you want to see more wildlife and question whether going on an all day ride to Yellowstone to see possibly no wildlife and just Old Faithful is the best idea. Coffee, hot cocoa and snacks were a nice treat.”

– Erica