Dressing is all dependent upon the weather layers are always recommended, if you are unsure of the conditions please call in and ask. Your footwear should be sturdy, closed toe, nonskid shoes. – https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/weather.htm

If you are on a full day tour your lunch and drinks will be provided as well as snacks though out the day. Some trips do start early in the morning please plan ahead for eating breakfast early or packing something with you. Please contact us for any concern about any dietary restrictions.

We recommend that if you will be traveling with children under the age of 4 that you book a private trip. These trips can be long days with quite a bit of time in a vehicle as we travel from one destination to the next. In order to ensure a comfortable trip for all our guests we ask that any group traveling with children under the age of 4 book a private tour.

Sadly that is a question that we cannot answer until we see one. We do, do everything we can to increase your chances of seeing a bear. Our trips start a little earlier than most in order to be out in the cool mornings when wildlife is most abundant. You best chance at seeing a bear is to signup for a wildlife tour or signup for a private tour and start early and stay late. Please contact us for information about what time of the year is best for bears and how we can help you see a bear.

Due to the size of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks you can expect spend some time inside of the vehicle. At the very minimum you can expect be covering about a hundred miles in a day. This being said we do spend a good amount of time out of the car, walking geyser basins, searching for wildlife, and going for short walks. Our goal is to get you out of the vehicle as much as possible the guide would prefer to be out of the vehicle just as much as you.

Yes, please contact for more specific information.

A public tour into Yellowstone National Park will last about 8-9 hours. Although this time is typical you can expect a little variable in this time due to unforeseen events, such as wildlife causing traffic delays, or the timing of Old Faithful’s eruption.

A Public tour into Grand Teton National Park will last about 10-12 hours. Although this time is typical you can expect a little variable in this time due to unforeseen events, such as wildlife causing traffic delays, weather, or other unseen occurrences.

Private trips have more flexibly in the length of trip please contacts us if you have questions concerning you trips length.

Yes you will need to purchase your own park pass, to learn more about park passes that will work for your trip please contact us or visit – https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/news/15028.htm

If you had only one day we would recommend Yellowstone’s Lower Loop tour. The lower loop offers the greatest variety and could be considered the Readers Digest version of Yellowstone. If you have multiple days then more than one trip is recommended to give you the greatest chance of spotting wildlife, enjoying the vastness of Yellowstone, and creating an experience of a lifetime. For more questions concerning what trip is right for you please give us a call.

Gratuity is a good way to show your guide how much you enjoyed your trip. A customary gratuity is typically around 15% of your tour cost, although gratuity is not expected it is always appreciated.

We try to keep the public tours comfortable so you can expect no more than 9 guests on any tour.

Yes, please contact for more specific information.

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