5-Day Tour : Classic National Parks & Wild Western Wyoming


Go beyond the standard Grand Teton and Yellowstone tour experience to get a little wild in Wyoming.

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Grand Teton & Yellowstone National ParkS

5-Day Tour : National Parks and wild, western Wyoming

Explore the mountain town of Jackson Hole and experience the grandeur of Yellowstone & Grand Teton, our two world heritage national parks. Your knowledgeable guide will narrate as you go and answer your questions knowledgeably.

While millions experience the national parks and Jackson Hole, part two of your five-day tour will take you back to the wild West and a little further back in geologic history. You’ll travel into the old west of Wyoming to learn about the history of plains Native Americans and the cowboy and outlaws life. You’ll also experience dinosaur dig sites in Thermopolis and a brand new military vehicle museum in Dubois.

National Museum of Military Vehicles, Dubois, WY

Departure Details

Mutually agreeable location in the town of Jackson during late afternoon early evening.

What You'll See & Learn

Wildlife, spectacular views, off-the-beaten-path locales, natural history, Cowboy and Outlaw lore, Native American history, dinosaur bones and fossils, thermal features, museums, and incredible scenery.

Trip Cost

$2,500 Per person

$8,000 Private 1-4 people


5 days / 4 nights


Grand Teton & Yelllowstone National Parks

Group Size

Maximum Group Size: 7 guests or your private group of any size

Minimum Group Size: 2 Persons

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What's Included

  • Comfortable tour vehicle with guaranteed window seat

  • Four nights’ lodging

  • Knowledgeable experienced guides

  • Access to binoculars, scopes, and field guides

  • Certain designated included meals

What's Not Included

  • National Park entrance fees if needed
  • Guide gratuities


What to Bring

Weather appropriate clothing, your camera, and your sense of adventure!

What to Wear

Weather in the mountains can be hot during the day and cool very quickly in the evening. Be sure to check the weather prior to your trip and bring weather-appropriate clothing. This may include rain jacket, warm outer layers, durable footwear, hat & gloves, and sunglasses.


Many of our trips include premium wines and/or craft beers. You must be 21+ and have your photo ID with you to consume alcohol.

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