Private All-Day Tour of Yellowstone National Park

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If you only have one day to visit Yellowstone, this 1-day, 200+ mile private tour of Yellowstone’s Lower Loop is the tour to take. After departing Jackson we’ll drive north through Grand Teton National Park while transiting to Yellowstone, making several stops along the way to take photos, admire wildlife, and take advantage of the Flagg Ranch restrooms. Using bathrooms with running water is simply how we roll. We’ll then enter Yellowstone through the South Entrance just a little before 9 AM. From there, we’ll continue driving north to West Thumb Geyser Basin then to the famous Lake Yellowstone Hotel for short coffee break. From the Hotel, we’ll continue traveling north to admire the Mud Volcano, Hayden Valley, and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, before taking a lunch break at Canyon Village. Continuing west from Canyon, we’ll explore Fountain Paint Pots, and Grand Prismatic Hot Spring. We’ll cap the day with a visit to the Old Faithful Inn and see Old Faithful gush in all her glory.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Yellowstone National Park

This all-day tour lets you see the major wildlife, scenic landscapes, and cultural attractions of Yellowstone’s Lower Loop. The day starts with a scenic drive through Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller Parkway, stopping to take photos and restroom breaks along the way before entering the South Entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The tour features a series of short scenic hikes along the shores of Lake Yellowstone, the West Thumb Geyser Basin, Mud Volcano, Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Grand Prismatic Hot Spring, and Old Faithful Geyser. Your guide will discuss how ancient tribes of Native Americans, mountain men, pioneers, and artists, influenced the establishment of the World First National Park. You will also learn how ancient oceans, earthquakes, volcanoes, fires, and glaciers have sculpted the ecosystem. Wildlife may include black bears, grizzly bears, bison, coyotes, eagles, elk, moose, osprey, ravens, red tail foxes, pronghorn, and wolves.

Duration: 12 hour
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