Looking for a short, active getaway in the USA? How about an Unforgettable Wildlife Safari in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks!
It’s often we get caught up in our desires to travel internationally for exotic experiences. Visions of Christmas markets in Germany, cage diving in South Africa, and trekking through Patagonia fill our minds as we research new and exciting destinations to visit. It’s easy to overlook one country that essentially has it all - the beautiful United States of America. Landscapes range from tropical paradises to peaceful prairies, bustling cities to charming southern towns. From sea to shining sea, the good old US of A offers a wide array of experiences, and two that should absolutely not be missed are Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
Are you looking for a destination that’s perfect for nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts? Grand Teton and Yellowstone Parks are highlighted by many a traveler as some of the most breathtaking destinations in the United States. This is your chance to get up close and personal with wolves, elk, bison and bears in their natural habitats, which are stunning their own right. Both parks are situated in Wyoming, whose landscape dramatically transforms from bright green prairies to rolling hills, snow capped mountains and imposing pine tree forests.
If hiking, wildlife viewing, or bathing in thermal hot springs sound appealing to you, consider one of our exciting new packages to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.
Have questions? Check out the most common inquiries below.
What can I do in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks?
- Hike through the Grand Canyon
- Experience an eruption at Old Faithful
- Admire wolves, bears, and bison with a wildlife expert
- Go Dog-Sledding
- Bath in Natural Hot Springs
When should I go the National Parks? How long should I spend there?
Autumn is a great time for a quick long weekend trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Bears are preparing to hibernate and wolves are actively hunting large groups of elk, making September and October ideal months for wildlife viewing. Pair that with a kaleidoscope of autumn colors in the background, it’s hard to go wrong! Winter in Wyoming is another great option, where you and your family can go on a week-long adventure of dog-sledding and wolf watching against a backdrop of peaceful white snow.
The summer months of June, July, and August are ideal for activity and adventure enthusiasts. While wildlife viewing may not be at its peak, activities like whitewater rafting, hiking, and fly-fishing will easily fill your days!
Where do I fly in and out of?
Bozeman, Montana or Jackson Hole, Wyoming are the easiest and closest domestic airports. If you’re interested in exploring these charming towns before or after your National Park adventure, extensions on either end can easily be arranged.
Are you ready to book? Still have questions? Contact us at Craft Travel. We’d be thrilled to offer a pre-existing package or curate something customized for your unforgettable trip to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks!