Private Tour

2 Day Bear and Wolf Safari

A Grey Wolf Stands In Sagebrush In The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
  • Destination
  • Season
    May - Oct
  • Group Size
    Max 6
  • Duration
    2 Days
From $3350
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Amplify your experience with Yellowstone National Park’s iconic apex predators, and immerse yourself deeper into the wilds of America’s most untamed ecosystem.

Our 2-Day Bear & Wolf Safari tours are offered in the spring, summer, and fall, and will focus on finding and observing black bears, grizzly bears, and wolves.  These safaris emphasize the incredible relationship that predators share with their prey, as well as their fascinating impact on the ecosystem as a whole.  A 2-day safari gives us opportunities for multiple game-drives during peak wildlife activity periods, when both predators & prey are commonly seen foraging, exploring, and interacting with each other on the vast expanses of Yellowstone National Park.

With the use of the binoculars & spotting scopes provided to you, we can unobtrusively observe authentic wild behaviors that unfold before us.  Your professional naturalist guide is there to interpret the events taking place, and share their in-depth knowledge of these intimate experiences.

Our 2-Day Bear & Wolf Safaris are completely customizable.  The needs, desires, and comfort of our guests are our utmost priorities.  We aim to include several highlights that Yellowstone is famous for in our itinerary and welcoming other impromptu experiences.  Our guides are flexible and will lead the journey according to your interests, current wildlife sightings, and weather.  We will arrange accommodations on the border of, or within, Yellowstone National Park to give you complete access to Yellowstone, and its wonders, in every condition.

A multi-day tour allows for more time spent out of the vehicle. Our guides are trained in wilderness safety and are ready to share the incredibly special backcountry of Yellowstone National Park with our guests. Hikes and walks ranging from 20 minutes to several hours are available and encouraged for our guests who long to escape the din of people and cars and enter the magnificent wilderness. Secret thermal features, pristine waterfalls, and undisturbed wildlife encounters are daily finds on our journeys.

What's Included

  • Hotel pickup
  • Professional naturalist guide
  • Private safari
  • Lodging x1
  • Breakfast x2
  • Lunch x2
  • Dinner x1
  • Assorted snack basket
  • Non-alcoholic beverages (hot and cold)
  • Use of UHD binoculars and spotting scopes
  • Guide gratuities
  • National Park entrance fees

Private Safari

$3350 per vehicle for 1-2 guests; $950 for each additional guest, (plus taxes and fees). Maximum per vehicle, 6 guests. No minimum age. This is a private safari.

Reservations are dependent on hotel availability at the time of booking.
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Pickup Information

All of our guests are picked up (and dropped off) at their lodging location.  We pick up in Bozeman, Paradise Valley, Gardiner, Big Sky, West Yellowstone and Cody.  When you reserve, we’ll confirm your exact pickup time, based on the season, as well as your exact pickup location.

Please allow your guide an additional 5-10 minutes before and after the scheduled pickup time in case of weather delays or traffic conditions.

Approximate pickup times include:

  • 6:00AM Bozeman
  • 6:45AM Paradise Valley
  • 7:30AM Gardiner
  • 6:45AM Big Sky
  • 7:45AM West Yellowstone
  • 6:00AM Cody



Day 1

Yellowstone National Park

Your guide will meet you at your lodging, and you will travel to the closest entrance gate for Yellowstone National Park.  From there you will spend the day exploring some of the most breathtaking landscapes in the park, and delve into the rich diversity of Wildlife you encounter along the way. Animals such as wolves, grizzly bears, black bears, coyotes, bald eagles, elk, bison and swans are usual suspects.

Your naturalist guide will also take you on short walks to view wildlife and experience nature with all of your senses. In the afternoon we will return to our evening accommodations, where a few hours of downtime are possible. Your guide will escort you to one of the area’s local dining establishments for a hearty dinner, and then the conclusion of the evening is yours for resting and relaxing.  For the wildlife enthusiasts, your guide may also be amenable to an early meal followed by an evening game drive into the National Park.

A Grizzly Bear Roams The Edge Of A Clearing In The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Day 2

Yellowstone National Park

We will aim for an early start today, and dependent upon the latest wildlife activity, we’ll begin our morning game drive at, or before, sunrise to put us in prime predator habitat during this peak activity period.  We will have numerous options for hiking and exploring throughout the day, as well as time for hands on investigations into the lives of Yellowstone’s various birds and large game mammals. As the temperatures rise and wildlife slows, your guide will be happy to showcase some of Yellowstone’s famous features; the Grand Canyon with its impressive waterfalls, and Old Faithful Geyser, the tallest predictable geyser in the World. We will return you to your lodging of choice, by early evening, in time for you to check-in and enjoy dinner and the rest of your vacation.

A Grey Wolf Traverses The Flats In Lamar Valley In The Northern Range Of Yellowstone National Park
WOW!!! Our guide made everything come alive with in depth descriptions of how the area was formed to special out of the way spots that were a treat. He even found us a wonderful spot to view Old Faithful that made it spectacular.

So, this time I saw Yellowstone with a different eye. The colors, the scenery and the unique areas were like seeing the park for the first time. This is the only way to experience Yellowstone Park. Worth every penny of the investment.

We spent two days with him and would return again without question. Next time I want to see the park in wintertime. The clouds of steam from the geysers, the frost and snow on the trees and a cozy fire to cuddle up to at the end of the day. And, the sound of silence broken only by nature. Can't wait!!!
Kay B.


What is your cancellation policy?

For multi-day tours, custom tours, snowcoach tours, or day tours with 15+ guests:
We have a 30-day cancellation policy. Cancellations made before the policy goes into effect will receive a refund minus a 5% fee. Cancellations made within the cancellation policy period will not be refunded.

We highly recommend obtaining travel insurance before your departure to protect you from incurring any costs associated with unforeseen circumstances that prevent you from joining us.

What should I bring?

We will step in and out of vehicles during our safari tours so you’ll want to wear comfortable shoes that allow you to walk on uneven surfaces, like gravel, or a boardwalk.  Stepping in and out allows us to make the best use of our time in Yellowstone National Park and gives us the best wildlife viewing and photo opportunities.  Your guide will have binoculars and spotting scopes for you to use, but do not forget to bring your camera!  While Yellowstone has some modern facilities, we are going to be traveling through remote areas of a National Park.  Please remember to being any personal items, like medication, that you may need during the day.

What should I wear?

The rocky mountain range can see drastic temperature swings during the day, even in the summer months.  Please come prepared!  For clothing, synthetic layers are best in our mountain environment.  Base layers act as a wicking layer against the body, so we recommend anything from a light weight layer to an expedition weight layer, depending on the season.  A mid layer provides warmth, so we recommend a mid weight fleece layer or softshell jacket for the upper body and a pair of travel pants or jeans for the legs.  The outer layer provides protection from the elements and serves as a wind/water blocking layer.  A waterproof shell for your upper body will keep you dry and therefore, warm.  For the legs, we recommend either weatherproof rain or snow pants, depending on the season.  You may not need an outer layer during the warm summer months with no rain forecasted, but it is still a good idea to bring it with you.  Conditions can change quickly.  Your footwear should be comfortable and appropriate for the season.  For the summertime, walking shoes or hiking boots are a great choice.  Please avoid wearing flip-flops.  For winter, snow boots with wool socks will keep your feet warm.  For winter, you’ll also want to bring a wool, or fleece, hat, as well as mittens/gloves to keep your hands warm.  In the summertime, a light hat with a visor is all you’ll need on your head.  In any season, do not forget sunscreen or sunglasses.  At high altitude, the sun’s rays are intense, even in winter.

What do others say about this tour?

5 Stars
Best experience and worth every penny. If you want to see Yellowstone in style without the hassle of driving this is the way to do it. We did a two day tour. Day one took us to geysers and waterfalls. Our guide was so knowledgeable and personable. We got to “old faithful ” and he set up a picnic for us with boxed lunch. Great day. We learned so much and we were able to take great pictures. Day two was with a different guide. We saw wildlife. Set us up with binoculars and scopes. We saw grizzly, bison, coyote, rams, elk.  Her knowledge was impressive! She was a great driver too and as little as she was, she could park the GMC Yukon between two rocks like a champ! She took us on a beautiful hike too. Also great picnic lunch. I recommend this tour company 100%.
Shadi B.

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