Guided viewing through the natural playground of Yellowstone
Chance to catch sight of bears, bison, elk & mountain goats
Wildlife hotspots like Lamar Valley & Yellowstone Lake
Guide to lead you to best viewing locations for the season
Expert explanations & interpretations of animal behaviour
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Private guided wildlife tour of Yellowstone National Park
Viewing scope and binoculars
Lunch and drinks
Roundtrip transport to and from most Gardiner hotels
Live tour commentary provided in English
Yellowstone National Park entrance fee
What you can expect
With bears swimming in the lake, eagles soaring through the clouds, and wolves wailing in the distance, Yellowstone National Park is a natural playground for you to treasure. Spend the day discovering the most amazing sights and sounds of North American wildlife, glimpsing elk, buffalo, and sheep.
Your day begins early in the morning so that you can take advantage of the best time to spot native wildlife. Get picked up in Gardiner and head south to Northern Range locations like Lamar Valley, Little America, Slough Creek, and the area around Yellowstone Lake—all hotspots for wildlife. Viewing locations may vary depending on the time of year, but your expert guide knows exactly where to find the national park's majestic creatures.
Grab a pair of binoculars and gaze out onto bison rutting in the Hayden Valley and mountain goats scaling the tallest peaks, and hear the haunting bugle of elk during breeding season in autumn. All the while, listen as your guide explains the animal behaviour you're witnessing, so you can marvel even more at the wonder of wildlife. Stop for a moment to enjoy a hearty lunch before you head back out for the remainder of your adventure.