- Incredible variety of wildlife on display
- Dawn start for best chance of seeing animals
- Expert naturalist guide
This is one of many experiences included in this gift box!
You don’t need to visit Africa to go on safari. This fantastic Wyoming gift experience offers a thrilling morning of wildlife-spotting in the beautiful Grand Teton National Park, led by an expert naturalist guide with a talent for finding animals in their native habitats. Departing at sunrise, you can expect to encounter grizzly and black bears, wolves, elks, moose, bison and mule deer among many others, while up in the sky you might see eagles and hawks. The park has a simply astonishing diversity of wildlife to be enjoyed, and this is without doubt the best way to get out there and enjoy it.
You’ll travel in a special open-topped vehicle, just like you might on the plains of the Serengeti, and be provided with high-powered scopes and binoculars for close-up views. Learn about the geology and history of Grand Teton National Park, that spans over 310,000 acres, and discover the never-ending battle for survival endured by the park’s animal inhabitants. You’ll pause for short hikes, and get as close to the animals as possible without disturbing them, making for epic photographic opportunities. We’re very excited to introduce this new nature gift experience into our collection - we believe it’s one of the best of its kind.
Experience reviews: (1)
What great fun!! My guide Kyle was very knowledgable and fun to listen to. We trucked all over to find animals and we found a lot! We saw 6 moose, deer, pronghorn, elk (at a distance) and bison (also at a distance). The vehicle was comfy and he supplied binoculars and blankets (even tho its July, it’s still chilly in the am!). We stopped for a snack and bathroom break half way through (the one thing I wished for was healthier snack options - there were green bananas which shouldn’t be eaten until they ripen, Ripe fruit would have been great.). Overall, I loved this experience bc I got to see animals without having to play the crap shoot of figuring out how to find them myself plus it was a great tour of the lower half of the park.