Looking to spend your summer making memories that last a lifetime? Explore one of our nation’s treasures with sightseeing tours in Yellowstone National Park. Specialty sightseeing tours offer personalized experiences that allow you to explore all that Yellowstone has to offer.
Here’s what you can expect when you book guided Yellowstone sightseeing tour trips.
Private sightseeing tours in Yellowstone give you an up close and personal look at the wonders of one of our country’s premier national parks. You’ll travel in small vehicles and SUVs, allowing you to travel Yellowstone’s smaller backroads that large buses and other vehicles can’t travel. You’ll be able to stop and pull over for any wildlife sightings of interest, and you’ll also avoid the crowds that flock to Yellowstone during the summer—and all the traffic that accompanies them.
You’ll be accompanied by experienced guides on your tour. They’ll be able to answer your questions and provide you with expert insight of the park and the wildlife who call it home.
Lower Loop Tours
There’s no other place in the world quite like Yellowstone, and private Lower Loop tours let you see some of the park’s major sites in all their glory. During a private Lower Loop tour, you’ll visit the Fountain Paint Pots, Old Faithful Geyser, the Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone Lake, the Lake Hotel, Hayden Valley, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Upper Falls, Lower Falls, Crystal Falls and Gibbon Falls.
Upper Loop/Wildlife Adventure Tours
While most people come to Yellowstone just to visit Old Faithful in the park’s Lower Loop, there’s plenty to see and experience in the north side of the park. Yellowstone’s Upper Loop shows the full diversity of the area’s terrain and wildlife. You’ll visit Rustic Falls, Mammoth Hot Springs, Undine Falls, the Lamar Valley, Tower Falls and Dunraven Pass. You’ll also visit two locations that are closed to large vehicles, Upper Terrace Drive and the Petrified Tree.
One of the best parts about the Upper Loop tours is the ability to see wildlife in their natural habitat. You’ll likely spot bison, black bears, elk, grizzly bears, mule deer and wolves, as well as plenty of avian species. Summer is a special time of year to visit this alpine environment, as the animals are out and fields are filled with wildflowers.
You can also schedule private day tours according to the elements of the park you want to see most. Just let your guide know what you’d like to see and do, and he/she’ll tailor your trip to your specifications. Whether you want to take a day hike, view wildlife, watch geysers, swim or simply sightsee, you’ll be able to experience Yellowstone in a way that’s most meaningful to you.
Ready for an adventure of a lifetime? Guided Yellowstone sightseeing tour trips are the ultimate outdoor experience in America’s first national park. Contact Yellowstone Tour Guides to book your trip today. Now is a great time to set up your multi-day vacation package for the summer—we’ll help you plan everything from hotels, tours and alternate activities to customize your trip to your interests.