Jackson Hole Full Day Wildlife Tour and Safari

Jackson Hole Full Days:

This is our favorite trip to lead, as Grand Teton National Park is a hot-spot for wildlife and a geological marvel. Explore wildlife from one of our premier touring vehicles. Spend 8-hours in this Nation’s most beautiful and undiscovered National Park! Located just south of Yellowstone, it is sometimes forgotten, but in our opinion even more breathtaking and crawling with native wildlife, deep history, and stunning views. Similar to the 4hr dawn or dusk but more comprehensive.

Full day trips include lunch and a trip to the National Wildlife Art Museum: Find out more below…


Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone are some of the few places where American bison still roam free. Wild bison were once common across all of North America.

Moose are common in Grand Teton National Park, yet very rare in Yellowstone. This is largely due to the massive 1988 wildfire that burned over 30% of the park in just one summer. On our tours we not only find the best wildlife watching opportunities, we also explain the natural history of the region tying in ecology, geology, human history and more.

Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone are some of the only places left in the world to view the majestic grizzly bear. The bears are well studied and often given numbers. This bear is #793, and often referred to as “Blondie” because of her light fur color. Grizzlies although dangerous, can be viewed and photographed from a safe distance. The best time to view bears is May-mid June and again mid September-October. Bears are hard to spot in the heat of summer and hibernate in the winter.

Bull elk spar over females in the Fall.


The National Museum of Wildlife Art, founded in 1987, is a Jackson Hole museum holding more than 5,000 artworks representing wild animals from around the world. Featuring work by prominent artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Andy Warhol, Robert Kuhn, John James Audubon, and Carl Rungius, the Museum’s unsurpassed permanent collection chronicles much of the history of wildlife in art, from 2500 B.C. to the present. Built into a hillside overlooking the National Elk Refuge, the Museum received the designation “National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States” by order of Congress in 2008. Boasting a museum shop, interactive children’s gallery, Restaurant, and outdoor sculpture trail, the Museum is only two-and-a-half miles north of Jackson Town Square, and two miles from the gateway of Grand Teton National Park.

The National Museum of Wildlife Art is proud to welcome more than 60,000 visitors through its doors annually, including more than 8,000 children. The Museum’s award-winning architecture is known for its amazing synergy with the Jackson Hole landscape. The 51,000 square foot building with its Idaho quartzite façade was inspired by the ruins of Slains Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland and echoes the rugged hillside behind the facility. It overlooks the 25,000 acre National Elk Refuge and is only 2.5 miles north of the town of Jackson, Wyoming.

The National Museum of Wildlife Art hosts over 5,000 pieces of art in a majestic setting above the National Elk Refuge in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

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