• Sunrise & Sunset Safaris

    Join one of our knowledgeable biologists during the most beautiful times of day to tour Grand Teton National Park and the National Elk Refuge.

Summer Sunrise & Sunset Wildlife Tour

Sunrise and sunset are optimal times to view wildlife as the cooler temperatures are more conducive to wildlife moving around. If you are traveling to Jackson Hole in the summertime, you can’t miss a tour during the best time of day for wildlife in the park. On these tours in the summer take in the solitude of the changing light and watch as animals get their activity in while it is cool out. Your knowledgeable biologist will guide you through the park and help you spot all kinds of wildlife and describe the behavior of each throughout your tour. Species we will look for includes bison, pronghorn, elk, moose, osprey, bald eagle, bear, wolves and much more!

PRICE $135/person
PRIVATE$675 (up to 5 people) per person cost for additional people
DURATION4 hours
INCLUDESOrganic snacks and drinks, HD binoculars and spotting scopes

Winter Sunrise & Sunset Wildlife Tour

Morning and evening tours provide optimal conditions for viewing wildlife due to increased activity with many species. They conserve their energy during the night and these are the times of day that they are most active either coming out of sleep or settling down for it. Species we might come across on our tour include bison, elk, moose, wolves, bald eagle, and much more! Come on one of our sunrise or sunset safaris, look out for wildlife from the comfort of our Backcountry Safaris tour van and watch the changing light of the most beautiful time of day in the winter!

PRICE$135/Adult | $105/Child (12 & Under, must be 6 to enjoy this tour)
PRIVATE$675 (up to 5 people) per person cost for additional people
DURATION4 hours
INCLUDESOrganic snacks and drinks, HD binoculars and spotting scopes

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