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Yellowstone National Park
We offer custom escorted private tours to all the attractions of Yellowstone National Park as well as all the other area sites including , the Hebgen Lake earthquake area, Grand Teton National Park, Teton Village, Jackson Hole Wyoming and back country areas.
Most of our tours through Yellowstone National Park are usually part of a multi-day tour that also goes to the Teton National Park, the Mount Rushmore area, and sometimes to Glacier National Park as well as other scenic and historic areas of the West. On our Yellowstone tours we will help you to view and enjoy the absolute essential attractions while providing valuable and revealing geologic and historic information. Accommodations within the park are preferred for multi-day visits.
We also offer custom escorted day tours throughout Yellowstone Nation Park
Yellowstone National Park is the world's oldest national park. It is located in the northwest corner of the state of Wyoming, bordering Idaho and Montana. Old Faithful Geyser is the premier attractions and symbol of the park. Yellowstone is best known for its’ Geysers, springs, lakes and abundant wildlife and plant life.
Yellowstone’s geyser features and hot springs are primarily the result of the fact that it sits on top of one of the world’s largest “mega” volcanoes, and it may be due for an eruption! Its last eruption occurred around 640,000 years ago and the result was the “Yellowstone Caldera”. A caldera is the crater left behind when a massive chamber of magma under pressure explodes from the Earth’s crust.
Along with abundant wildlife viewings, the primary sites and locations that we usually visit include Old Faithful Geyser, the waterfalls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs, Norris Geyser Basin, Old Faithful Inn, West Thumb Geyser Basin, Grand Prismatic Spring, Lamar Valley, Hayden Valley and Roosevelt Junction. You will learn how geysers work, about the good and bad of hot springs, why there are mud pots, and what a fumarole is. You will also learn about the new and exciting frontier of “bioprospecting” in an area that contains more hot springs and geothermal features than the rest of the world combined.