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2-Day Yellowstone National Park from Jackson with Upper and Lower Loop
US$717.95 per adult
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Yellowstone Winter Private Tour from Bozeman
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VIP Safari of Yellowstone from West Yellowstone
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VIP Safari of Yellowstone from West Yellowstone

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Globe Trekkers is all about giving you The VIP and attention you deserve! These are private tours (your party only), hotel pick up and drop off included, you call the stops, we take your photos for you, And we offer complimentary snacks and drinks. <br><br>Private guided Day Tour of Yellowstone National Park in a Jeep. All the Grand highlights of the park. The guide serves as Driver, Tour Guide, and personal photographer. The largest group size is 4, with a minimum of 1. <br><br>Winter Tours are a bit different. We go through the Gallatin Valley up through Bozeman and in The Paradise Valley, to Yellowstone's North Gate. The Tour includes Lamar Valley and mammoth Hot Springs.
US$350.00 per adult
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BBG wrote a review Feb 2021
Eden, Wisconsin15 contributions2 helpful votes
3 days. Temperature 0 or below. What they don’t tell you is your sack lunch must be eaten outside of the bus. Only snowmobiles are allowed in the heated lodges except Old Faithful. They let us in the there the first day. Days 2 & 3 outside huddle along the highway at a turn off. Swallowing a cold deli sandwich at negative temps is like jugging an icicle. In hindsight a coffee thermos would have been nice. Wear insulated ski clothes. Our guide was fabulous. 1st day Old Faithful, mud pots, geysers, bison pretty good. 2nd day Lamar Valley & back total snooze. At one point we got out of the coach/mini school bus and counted the number of icicles hanging off the cliff. Lunch huddled off the highway. Then nestle your lunch bag in the snow drift while you chew your sandwich & walk to remain unfrozen. Day 3 stupendous ride amongst the bison. Stop at a lodge with heat & flush toilets. Then dine outside using the coach back grill to eat your food. I gave up in frozen disgust. Back at Mammoth Lodge by 2:30 - 3 you can only purchase a drink & appetizer at dinner. You can not buy a hot chocolate. You cannot pop microwave popcorn & your darling husband can not get lucky ‘cause his wife is beyond frustrated. All these charms are yours for $1K a day.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Tammi P wrote a review Jan 2021
Colorado Springs, Colorado71 contributions62 helpful votes
Lamar Valley is so beautiful! We saw so many animals here. We drove all the way to the Northeast entrance (the only entrance I had never been to). My 13 year old daughter was insistent that we had to go to Lamar Valley because she plays a video game that takes place there. She was so excited to see it all in real life. (So, I guess video games CAN be good sometimes!)
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Minnesota Traveler wrote a review Dec 2020
Chanhassen, Minnesota1,817 contributions138 helpful votes
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We entered through Cooke City and were immediately spoiled with tons of wildlife to look at Buffalo everywhere. This is the area we’re you will see the highest concentration of wildlife as well. Cool spots to pull off and hike down to the river or up in the hills.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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examiner1120 wrote a review Oct 2020
81 contributions52 helpful votes
Nothing I can say will adequately describe the thrill of seeing the wildlife here. We were staying in Mammoth so we can here nearly every night of our week long trip. We saw wolves on three occasions, black and grizzly bears, elk, bison galore, pronghorns, deer and a fox. Seeing the bison up close is special, getting caught in a bison jam is kind of fun. Don't fool yourself, you need to splurge on those binoculars, get a good pair. The animals are often far off, especially wolves and bears and you'll be out of luck if you don't have binoculars. To see the wolves is thrilling. You'll see bison any time of day, but come at sunrise and sunset and prepare to be amazed. People saying they don't get the hype need to drive slow look up from those darn phones!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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phat_dawg_21 wrote a review Oct 2020
Alpharetta, Georgia9,506 contributions619 helpful votes
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This was a great place to spot wildlife. We were there over several days; and in both the morning and evening, and always saw something. The wildlife was often a long distance from the road. A spotting scope was helpful, as was a telephoto lens for our camera. Bison were plentiful, but we also saw Antelope, Mule Deer, Elk, and on one occasions a pack of Wolves running in the tree line.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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