YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Peak Wildlife Migration Weekend
PLAN YOUR TRIP
$1695 PER PERSON
Prices are set per person, per double occupancy, and do not include airfare, travel insurance or gratuities. Single supplement of $495. Please contact us for an exact quote.
June 3 - 6, 2021
PRIVATE GROUP DATES
One special departure per year
TRIP LENGTH & GROUP SIZE
4 days, 3 nights; 6-15 guests
Easy to Moderate
Witness one of America’s greatest wildlife spectacles in this unique, four-day safari
Observe wolves, elk, bison, bear, pronghorn antelope, and bighorn sheep in their annual migration from their lowland winter homes before they reach the mountains for the summer
Visit Yellowstone’s iconic hotspots, including Grand Prismatic Springs, Old Faithful Geyser, and Morning Glory Pool, as well as Hayden Valley and Yellowstone Falls
Learn about Yellowstone’s native people and early explorers, as well as the complex natural history of the region from your expert guide
Enjoy hearty trail lunches, snacks, and western-style dinners; and relax each night in spacious, modern accommodations
ABOUT YOUR EXPEDITION
Yellowstone National Park: Peak Wildlife Migration
For wildlife fans, there’s nothing like visiting Yellowstone National Park in the spring. North America’s largest animal migration reaches its apex there in early June, offering some of the most incredible wildlife viewing on the planet. After a long journey from Yellowstone River Valley—their winter home— bison, elk, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, and mule deer settle in the Lamar Valley to give birth to their young. At the same time, grizzly bears are emerging from hibernation, and wolf packs roam the region, hunting to feed their young. This unique, immersive, American safari allows you the chance to see this brief natural phenomenon while escaping the hustle and bustle of daily life for a quick but memorable four-day weekend.
Starting in Bozeman, Montana, we’ll journey north, looking for migrating animals and taking in the spectacular landscapes, before ending the day near Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone is the first national park in the world, and the landscape and wildlife populations are well-deserving of the hype! Spend the day tracking and observing the animals by foot, relishing their momentary convergence right before your eyes before they head into the mountains for the summer! Cap off your weekend with a tour of Yellowstone’s iconic hotspots: Geyser Basins to visit Old Faithful and its neighbors, as well as Hayden Valley, the park’s “Grand Canyon”—another great wildlife destination.
Photographers will relish the chance to capture animals at this peak moment, and those looking for a true getaway into the heart of Mother Nature will most certainly find solace and perspective. With rare world-class wildlife viewing, breathtaking sweeping vistas, and Yellowstone’s best attractions at every turn, you’ll pack a lifetime of memories into a long weekend.
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Yellowstone, of all the national parks, is the wildest and most universal in its appeal... Daily new, always strange, ever full of change, it is Nature's wonder park.