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Half-Day Wildlife Safari From Jackson Hole

Highlights
  • Visit National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park with a guide
  • Take photos of area wildlife, such as herds of bison and pronghorn
  • Learn how to spot signs of bear, moose, coyote, and fox
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Half-Day Wildlife Safari From Jackson Hole
From US$145,00
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Morning Departure
Interpretive 4-hour wildlife safari within Grand Teton National Park. Learn about area history, geology and ecology while in search of area wildlife. Departs in the morning from 6:30am-7:15am
US$145,00
Afternoon Departure
Interpretive 4-hour wildlife safari within Grand Teton National Park. Learn about area history, geology and ecology while in search of area wildlife. Departs in the morning from 3pm-3:30pm
US$145,00
Overview
Explore National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park on this guided half-day tour from Jackson Hole. Take in the mountain scenery as you learn about the area's flora and fauna from a guide. Spot local wildlife, including herds of bison, pronghorn, elk and other animals that inhabit the mountainous region, plus have the chance to snap plenty of nature-focused photos. Morning and afternoon departures available.
What to Expect
After being picked up at your centrally located Jackson Hole hotel, head along the western boundary of the National Elk Refuge to Grand Teton National Park. There, watch out for wildlife such as bison, elk, deer, moose, foxes, coyotes, bears, and possibly wolves, stopping along the way to snap photos. Plus, travel through Antelope Flats, a 640-acre (259-hectare) area of land that was established to preserve habitats and migration routes for a variety of species.

If time allows, you may stop at the Jackson Visitor Center or the Moose Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park. Keep in mind that the tour route varies seasonally based on the group’s interest, road closures, and wildlife migration.

At the end of the tour, get dropped off at your accommodations.
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1 - 5 of 28 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun Day

Dwight was great! He showed us parts of the park I hadn't seen before. Unfortunately there wasn't much wildlife to be seen but I expected that for the time of year. Lunch by the lake was fabulous. Dwight is an excellent photographer and it was...More

Thank jean80124
Reviewed 1 week ago
Met and exceeded expectations

Easy to book and my wife and I were picked up on time from our hotel. Our guide, Grant, asked what we were interested in and customized the tour to our preferences. Grant took us to places throughout Grand Tetons to view it from different...More

Thank Tim T
Reviewed 1 week ago
Highly Recommend

My wife and I had a fantastic time on this summer safari. Our guide, Jeffery M., ensured the experience was not simply driving around and repetitiously pointing at an animal. Jeffery has a wealth of knowledge of the history, geology, and biology of the area...More

1  Thank RMP1977
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wonderful tour, Ashley was great!

We saw moose, pronghorn, elk, deer and some birds. It was nice to have someone drive you around who knows all the side-roads of the park and where to find the wildlife. Our guide Ashley was very knowledgeable and friendly. Suggestion for the tour company...More

Thank Hope P
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Wildlife safari

We enjoyed the experience. Learned a great deal from our photographer guide. Settings and composition of our images. Unfortunately, animal sightings were infrequent. Still well worth the time and cost.

Thank CosmicPerspective
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