Duration: About 4 hours
Time: Meeting around 6-6:30 a.m.
Season: Mid-May to mid-October
Departing from: Your Jackson Hole hotel
This half-day observation tour will allow you to discover the wide variety of animals living in Grand Teton National Park.
As you head north early in the morning, you may be lucky enough to encounter some bison searching for food. Your guide will show you where to look for them.
On your way back to the starting point in the late morning, you may have the chance to see one of the area's majestic moose.
|Season||Adult||0 to 12 yrs old|
|2023/05/13 to 2023/10/08||$149||$101|
* Price does not include a tip for the guide or the national park entry fee.
* Breakfast is provided.
* You will be transported in a luxury 11-passenger minibus.
* Your guide will lend you binoculars to better observe the animals.
1255 S HWY 89, Jackson Hole, (WY)
An incredible adventure with our guide Owen
(Translated by Google) A passionate guide! He did not count his hours. We spent more than 4h30 in the park. Normally, we had 3 hours of visit. We were able to see the local wildlife. The only downside is the language barrier. We were able to exchange, unfortunately less than if we had had a guide in our language.
A great class safari
(Translated by Google) The guide picked us up at the campsite with breakfast and cold drinks. We made several stops to observe bison, proghorns, fallow deer or sea eagles. The bears and Élan did not show their nose but it was very nice.