An Expertly Guided Small-Group Discovery in the Entrancing Seasons of Spring and Fall

When President Theodore Roosevelt visited Yellowstone in 1903, he proclaimed it “absolutely unique in the world.” Embracing the idea of natural beauty as a national asset, he championed the idea of national parks, building a priceless legacy for generations to follow. In the northwest corner of Wyoming, two treasured parks offer an immersion in scenery and wildlife unparalleled in the Lower 48. This classic small-group safari through Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons takes us into the domain of elk and buffalo herds, moose, coyotes, foxes, bald eagles and, of course, bears and wolves. From plains to peaks, Yellowstone Country still works strong magic.

© Tom Callister

© Tom Callister

Trip Highlights

  • Safari in a small private group in search of wolves, grizzlies, elk, bison and more, guided by an expert naturalist
  • Discover wildlife-viewing spots that casual tourists miss, along with other scenic surprises revealed by the Expedition Leaders
  • Float the Snake River through Jackson Hole beneath the dramatic spires of the Grand Tetons, and look for elk on the valley floor