The world’s first national park remains an enthralling landscape showcasing the best of nature’s natural phenomena and America’s most iconic wildlife. Explore dramatic geothermal features, raft raging river canyons and ride horseback among herds of bison.
WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
Touching down at Yellowstone Airport, you are greeted by your guide and transferred to your luxury private campsite in the wild heart of this iconic National Park where your adventure begins.
The unique ecosystem of Yellowstone National Park is a haven for a plethora of migrating species. Rising early with the sun, you travel with your expert guide to Lamar Valley, a superb wildlife viewing spot. Hiking through this scenic valley, you are on the lookout for black and grizzly bears, wolves, coyotes, elk, and the American bison.
Next on the itinerary is the remarkable Mammoth Hot Springs. Explore both the upper and lower terraces where the colors on this thermal area’s unique limestone features range from porcelain white to pink and crimson.
DINNER BENEATH THE STARS & GRAND PRISMATIC SPRING
This evening delight in an alfresco dinner in the wilderness. Over hot coals, a private chef prepares a fantastic feast. As darkness falls over the wide-open valley, you will witness the most remarkable clear night sky flooded with stars.
The Park’s most iconic site, the Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hot spring in the United States. This vast hot spring is larger than a football field and earns its name with its rainbow of striking hues.
Continue your exploration of the Upper and Lower Geyser Basins, home to geysers, pools, springs, and mud pots. Most notable is the Old Faithful Geyser, receiving its name for its regular eruptions at intervals of 90 minutes which have continued for over 150 years.
WILD, WILD WEST
Time to up the adrenaline, as you board a whitewater raft on one of the park’s fastest-flowing rivers. Tackle raging rapids and glide downstream, all while surrounded by captivating vistas and grazing wildlife.
Reach the calmer section of the river and there a freshly prepared picnic awaits you on the riverbank Relax and indulge in this scrumptious lunch before you continue your journey to the river’s end.
Situated in the center of the Old West, cowboy culture has been entwined with Yellowstone National Park for over a century. Head out on horseback to the Jackson Hole region past rugged mountain tops, along winding rivers, and tracking wildlife.
Your local guide will unpack fascinating insights into the culture and history of this region. Come evening, your education into cowboy culture continues with a visit to a rodeo. With exclusive access, you will go behind the chutes to watch the cowboys prepare for their rodeo. Learn about the extensive history of bull riding as you watch this thrilling show.