Tours of Yellowstone National Park take you from beautiful canyons with gushing waterfalls to fields and forests full of wildlife and unique animals. Yellowstone was the first National Park in the world; giving it a fascinating sense of history as well as beautiful natural landscapes. Book your luxury bespoke Yellowstone tour with our Destination Specialists today, or browse our selection below for some inspiration.
Our Yellowstone Wildlife Trails Tour gives you an insight into the varied landscapes and wonderful animals which call the National Park their home. You’ll also see nearby Grand Teton National Park and Glacier National Park. Spend three days in Yellowstone, where you can see warm mud pools, colourful hot springs and geysers, all created by the geothermal activity in the park. Spend a full day exploring the area on foot with a wildlife tracking expert who will teach you about the wolves and other animals, and try to help you spot some. Finish your tour with Mammoth Hot Springs and Yellowstone Falls where you can immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes of the area.
For a chance to enjoy your tour of Yellowstone National Park as part of a larger USA holiday, book The Great American Roadtrip. See 12 of the USA’s 50 states, beginning in New York and travelling across the country to San Francisco. You’ll have a day to immerse yourself in Yellowstone National Park’s glorious surroundings on your way between Cody and Salt Lake City. The sightseeing tour includes the waterfalls, Hayden Valley, Old Faithful, Mammoth Hot Springs and more.
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“Pack adequate waterproof footwear for your travels across Yellowstone. The terrain varies throughout and can be dangerous without the correct footwear providing the grip and comfort you’ll need here.”
“An underrated and often overlooked landmark, the Fountain Paint Pot mud pots are just as spectacular as Old Faithful, but with significantly less visitors.”
“Bring mosquito repellent. Some might not expect it, but at lower altitudes and in woodland areas, mosquitoes can be plentiful.”
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s the weather like at Yellowstone National Park?
During the summer months of July and August, Yellowstone experiences midday highs of around 25°C, with temperatures dropping below freezing as night falls. You should come equipped with several layers of protective clothing, including gloves, hats and scarves, as the temperatures can vary quite dramatically depending on your altitude. From November through until April, temperatures will rarely peak above 6°C.
When will the Yellowstone volcano erupt?
The Yellowstone Caldera supervolcano is not set to erupt for another few thousand years, with the scientists of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory reporting that minor seismic activity is not reason for concern.
When is the best time to visit Yellowstone National Park?
Visitors will experience the mildest weather and fewer crowds between April and May, and September to November. July and August see the largest influx of visitors, as the hotter weather permits outdoor camping, and schools will break up over the summer holidays.
The dramatic landscapes of Yellowstone National Park offer spectacular wildlife encounters and provide photographers and lovers of the outdoors with an unforgettable sense of adventure. Climb the peaks of its imposing mountain ranges, traverse the canyon floors, trek through dense pine forests, and feel humbled and at one with nature as you experience one of the world’s most scenic national parks.
Why you'll love Yellowstone National Park...
• Witnessing the geyser, Old Faithful, erupt every 78 minutes or so
• Admiring the vibrant greens, reds and blues of the Grand Prismatic Spring – America’s largest hot spring
• Taking a moment to reflect as you look out over tranquil Yellowstone Lake
• Observing a mother bear emerge from hibernation with its cubs
• Photographing the mighty Upper and Lower Yellowstone Falls
• Walking through the Jackson Hole antler arch
• Hiking the Artist Point Trail for jaw-dropping vistas of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
• Following the Lava Creek Trail and walking along historic lava flows
• Stepping back in time with a stroll through the old Western Tower Roosevelt area and its log cabins and lodges
• Looking out for trumpeter swans, bald eagles and mountain bluebirds
Did you know?
• Prior to its recognition as a national park, explorer Charles Cook struggled to sell his account in which he documented his experiences of Yellowstone, as many magazine outlets didn’t believe him and alleged his findings were false.
• Yellowstone National Park is home to around 60% of the world’s geysers.
• There is evidence of human activity in Yellowstone dating as far back as 11,000 years, in the form of a spearhead excavated near the north entrance of the park.
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