At sunrise or sunset, Jackson Hole and the Grand Teton National Park can be seen. Learn about the area's interesting ecosystem from a naturalist guide while taking pictures and watching animals when they are most active.
Winter is a great time to visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Get up close and personal with Yellowstone's Old Faithful geyser eruptions in a heated vehicle, an Elk-Refuge sleigh drawn by horses, or a snowcoach ride.
A local naturalist guide will lead you over undulating hills and snow-covered woodland groves on a unique winter excursion. Tours of Grand Teton National Park can be done on snowshoes with no prior expertise required.
Cross-country skiing in Grand Teton National Park is a great way for beginners to get a taste of the wilderness. The Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) has certified a naturalist guide to teach Nordic skiing and winter ecology.
In a wintertime adventure, learn about the creatures and ecosystem that make Grand Teton National Park so special. After a morning of snowshoeing, spend the afternoon driving about looking for wildlife.
While you're in Jackson Hole, be sure to check out the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Visit a museum built into a mountainside that looks out over the National Elk Refuge to learn about the wild animals of the world.
The Snake River is a wild voyage with more intense whitewater activity if you travel there in a smaller vessel. This rafting adventure is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Get your paddles ready because the Snake River is about to become raging.
Spend the night at Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks to see as much as possible. Get up close and personal with some of the most majestic animals in the world, including bears (grizzly and black), bison (white and black), moose (white and black), and coyotes (white and black).
The world's first national park is home to grizzly bears, elk, bison, wolves, eagles, and foxes, as well as 60 percent of the planet's geothermal properties, which you can explore with the help of a local ranger. Visit Old Faithful and other geyser sites, along with the Grand Canyon's waterfalls, during your vacation.
Both the upper and lower loops of Yellowstone will be visited during your two days there, allowing you to see everything there is to see. Spend the night at Chico Hot Springs Resort, a historic inn, or a charming bed-and-breakfast in Gardiner.
Winter visitors to Grand Teton National Park should take a heated bus tour of the park to fully appreciate its natural splendor. After lunch, head to the National Elk Refuge for a horse-drawn sleigh ride.
It is possible to have an amazing and safe whitewater rafting adventure on the Snake River. After navigating Class 2-3 rapids with the help of a professional guide, the fun begins. Get up close and personal with nature by taking a dip in the water.
From Jackson Hole, take a day trip to Grand Teton National Park. All the lakes, rivers, and mountains of the world can be seen in their full grandeur at this location. You can go on a boat ride on Jenny Lake (seasonal), go hiking or recharging, and eat a picnic lunch in the wooded environs of the lake.
Enjoy a 7-mile float along the Snake River past a private ranch. Take in the breathtaking views of the Teton Mountains, and keep an eye out for any local wildlife you might come across. You can relax and enjoy the landscape while your guide takes care of the rest.
A full-day, air-conditioned vehicle tour of Yellowstone National Park. Old Faithful, the Lower Falls of Yellowstone's Grand Canyon, and animal viewing are highlights. You'll spend the morning with a naturalist guide looking for bears, wolves, elk, moose, and bison. You'll learn about the park's history, ecology, and geology. This 11-person journey customizes Yellowstone.
Join a local naturalist and guide on this small-group Grand Teton wildlife safari to search for wolves, moose, and elk at dawn or dusk. Look for eagles soaring overhead, deer in the woods, and a bear near the road. Your guide discusses the area's ecology, history, geology, and culture and stops so you can take shots of the landscape, wildlife, or terrain.
Make your way down an 8-mile whitewater rafting course. Large families will appreciate the extra stability that this raft provides, making it an excellent choice. On your adventure, you'll paddle over Class II and Class III rapids, as well as under a waterfall. Views of mountain peaks and limestone cliffs abound in Grey's National Forest as you float over its waters.
On this Jackson Hole rafting tour, you'll see moose, deer, river otters, and eagles. Bring your camera to photograph wildlife and the Tetons' magnificent landscape. Upgrade to a longer, snack-filled cruise further downstream for better mountain views. Upgraded rafting lets you avoid getting wet.
Take a half-day sunrise tour of Grand Teton National Park to see it in all its glory. Watch the first rays of sunlight pour over mountain peaks, lakes, and woods early in the morning before the masses gather. Summer is the ideal time to watch bears, bald eagles, elk, and bison in Jackson Hole, and the best places to see them are the backroads and interior sites.
Enjoy the beauty of the National Elk Refuge and the Grand Teton National Park on this half-day excursion dedicated to animal viewing. A knowledgeable interpretive guide will impart fascinating information about the natural and cultural history of the area while you hike through the vast American wilderness. Herds of bison, pronghorn, elk, and more await your lens. Guests staying at a Jackson Hole hotel will be picked up and dropped off at the hotel.
On this full-day journey from Jackson Hole to Yellowstone, you'll see why it's America's first national park. Yellowstone features include Old Faithful and the historic Lake Hotel. Learn about Yellowstone's volcanic geology and unique ecology on this Jackson Hole tour. Keep an eye out for bison and wolves.
With fewer visitors than in the summer, Grand Teton National Park's cold stillness has a distinct charm. A guide helps you look for bison and bighorn sheep on this Grand Teton day excursion from Jackson Hole, and you may also see moose, coyotes, eagles, or even wolves. Visit the National Elk Refuge, where you may take a horse-drawn sleigh ride through herds of muscular elk.
When it comes to planning a vacation to Yellowstone, research may be overwhelming, and it's sometimes best left to the experts. Your guide takes care of all of it for you on this fantastic 4-day trip to the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Take in the park's most famous sights, such Old Faithful, and catch a glimpse of a diverse variety of species.
This river rafting trip will take you down 8 miles (13 kilometers) of the Snake River. It's a great option for families with young children who don't want to paddle through Class III rapids alone but rather want to sit back and relax while your river guide takes care of everything. The route includes portions of rapids, which are followed by calm water. Continental breakfast and round-trip hotel transportation are included in the 3-hour excursion.
Fly fishing on a nearby river with a private guide is a great way to make the most of your stay in Jackson Hole. Just bring a desire to capture a monster fish, and we'll take care of the rest! It's a great opportunity to learn new fly fishing skills, eat lunch on the riverbank, and spend some time on a boat.
On this full-day Yellowstone National Park animal trip, an interpretive ranger will accompany you on numerous photo possibilities. As you journey from Jackson Hole to Grand Teton National Park, you'll learn about the area's natural heritage. Check out some of Yellowstone's most well-known attractions, such as Old Faithful, Fountain Paint Pot, and more. Also included in the package are breakfast, lunch, and round-trip transportation from central hotels.
A 17-foot (5-meter) self-bailing raft, equipped to handle the river rapids with eight to 14 passengers on board, will take you 8 miles (13 kilometers) down the Snake River. As you make your way from West Table to Sheep Gulch through Snake River Canyon, you'll encounter Class II and III rapids such as Champagne, Big Kahuna, Lunch Counter, and Ropes. Intermittent periods of calm and swimming opportunities allow you to unwind.
Near Grand Teton National Park, the Snake River is a great place to see some of Wyoming's stunning flora and fauna—especially eagles, ospreys, and pelicans. If you'd rather take a leisurely raft ride down the river than take on the whitewater or go kayaking, consider this 13-mile (21-kilometer) stretch. You will also get transportation to and from Jackson, where the outfitter's headquarters are.
This Grand Teton day trip from Jackson Hole has one of America's most stunning landscapes. Your guide will explain the geology and history of the Tetons amid vistas of the jagged range and Jenny Lake. Menor's Ferry and the Chapel of the Transfiguration are both historic sites. A guided trek may reveal moose, beavers, or eagles.
Grand Teton National Park's richness of animals can be explored on a half-day excursion from Jackson Hole or Teton Village. There are many species that can be missed without a trained eye if you don't have a guide accompanying you. There are no more than ten people who can go on the tour, which includes binoculars, snacks, and drinks.
On top of a supervolcano, the oldest national park in the world boasts the biggest collection of geothermal characteristics on the planet. The 2.7 billion-year-old metamorphic gneiss found in the Tetons is some of North America's oldest rock. Visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, two of the world's most beautiful places.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is the ideal location for a photoshoot because of its rugged beauty. Take a professional photographer with you on your vacation so that you can relive the experience for years to come. If you're looking for a specific site to film, you can choose from a variety of options, including Grand Teton and Yellowstone.
This private Grand Teton region trip will take you to some of the area's most popular attractions. The itinerary includes a stop at the Mormon Row Historic District, a tour of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and a trip to Teton Village, where you can ride the tram to the top. A professional photographer and a naturalist guide will accompany you while you tour Grand Teton National Park and downtown Jackson.
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What are guided tours?
It’s common for guided tours to be all-inclusive group trips that are led by a local guide and follow a set itinerary for a specific tourist attraction or local thing to do. It’s possible to go on a guided sightseeing tour, buy a ticket to skip the line at popular attractions, go on a group tour, try food or wine, and even get a ride to the airport.
Should I use guided tours on my vacations?
Explore and experience your destination like a local.
Learn about your vacation spot from a local’s perspective. Discover a treasure trove of undiscovered gems!
Avoid scams and pay better prices
Pay the best price possible! It is common to be ripped by unscrupulous local tour agents. Book your guided tours ahead of time
I have a tight budget, can I still buy a guided tour?
With so many different guided tours to choose from, no matter what your budget is, you’re sure to find one that fits your needs.
Save time, Get the most out of your trip.
Don’t squander any time on your journey! Memories are not formed while waiting in line. Skip the lineups at the world’s most popular attractions by making a reservation ahead of time.
When you have a tour plan, you know exactly what you’re going to do each day, so you don’t have to worry about any disappointment.
Check reviews before buying a guided tour
Spoilt for choices and not sure which guided tour to choose? Check out past reviews and decide on which activities suit you better.
No risk to you. Free cancellation
Many of the guided tours allow you to change your mind and cancel your reservation up to 24 hours prior to the activity day without incurring any additional fees. If your trip plans alter at the last minute, this will come in handy.
Meet people all over the world, make new friends on your next vacation
It’s great to meet folks from all around the world on your guided trips!
Types of guided tours available for your vacation
Depending upon the city you are traveling to, there are almost any guide tours and activities for everyone. There are outdoor guided trips, water activities, Nature routes, Music celebrations, Local food tours, Workshops and Classes, Arts Performances, Hidden Gems exploration, beer or wine drinking and tasting tours, special television & Movies trips, romantic couple trips, children’ activities, tours to Parks and Gardens, Island exploration trips, check out popular landmarks, Museum guided tours and tickets, Airport transfer services, Memorials for you to check out to under the local culture and history, go up Towers & viewing platforms to get a birds-eye view of the landscape, shopping trips, theaters and concert halls, stop by ports and harbors, sightseeing cruise, bikes for leasing, helicopter trips, ferryboat tickets, Jeep and SUV for rental, luxury yacht services and sailboat leasing.