Wildlife Tour in Grand Teton National Park
Explore Grand Teton National Park on this full day trip, taking in the majestic views while searching for wildlife. The Grand Teton tour starts in Jackson passing through the National Elk Refuge and traveling north into the park. As you travel through Antelope Flats and Mormon Row, be on the lookout for bison and pronghorn herds that reside in this area during the summer season. After visiting the Moose Visitor Center, we will continue traveling north on the inner loop road to Jenny Lake taking time to walk or boat across the lake (additional charge) to the base of Tetons. After leaving Jenny Lake, we’ll take the opportunity to snap photographs at the top of Signal Mountain and then travel past Jackson Lake to Oxbow Bend. Finally, the tour winds through the wildlife-filled Moose-Wilson Road. The route will vary depending on wildlife movement, group interest and road conditions.
|Day Tour||$275 per person (minimum of 8 years old)|
|Private Tour||$1275 (up to 4 passengers) + $165 per additional passenger|
Best Locations for Finding Wildlife
A wildlife biologist provides unique information about the best locations for viewing many of the indigenous species that inhabit Grand Teton National Park. Guides answer questions about the park and instill knowledge of the park’s history, formation and geological facts.
This Grand Teton tour day trip is priced at $275 per person with an age minimum of 8 years old. Additionally, the private tour is $1,275 which has no age limit and includes up to 4 passengers, with $165 per additional person. The trip takes place between May 1 and October 31, with a duration of 8 hours, giving plenty of time to spot your favorite mammals and birds and take great photographs. We will be providing you with a light breakfast and a gourmet picnic lunch to keep you nourished for your activities ahead. Organic snacks, fresh fruits, drinks and a customized souvenir water bottle for keepsake are included. We also have high quality auto-focus binoculars and spotting scopes for out guest’s use. Park entrance fees and guide gratuity are not included.
There is a 48-hour cancellation time frame for all single day safaris; and a 7-day cancellation policy for all 2-3 day safaris. Groups of 15+ and for multi-day safaris of 4 or more days, the cancellation policy is 30 days. Cancellations outside of the time frame will be fully refunded with no penalty. For cancellations made within the specified times of your reservation will lose the 50% deposit. Cancellations on the day of the reservation or failure to show will be met with a 100% charge. We strongly recommend travel insurance for unforeseen situations which may cause cancellations.
Check out our overnight tour packages to Yellowstone National Park. Grand Teton tours sell our quickly, therefore we advise making advanced reservations.