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Yellowstone Tours

People have been drawn to Yellowstone’s magnificent vista for over 11,000 years. Today, the stunning views and impressive native animals and plants continue to draw visitors year-round.

Grand Teton Tours

Grand Teton remains as awe-inspiring today as it was when the first Native people discovered it. Home to 61 species of mammals, from badgers and river otters to moose and grizzly bears, as well as a variety of birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles, and insects.

Wyoming Wildlife Tours

Teton Wild can create a specialized, custom tour that meets every need of your group.  You will have many opportunities to take spectacular photographs from the Elk Refuge in Jackson — all the way up to the many different villages in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park.

Friendly, Knowledgable Guide

Mark is a long-time local who has an extensive knowledge of the wildlife habitats near and around Jackson, Wyoming. 

Customized Itineraries

We can take our time and focus on the wildlife that most interests your crew. In a small group setting we have the opportunity to adjust our plans as the day unfolds so we can maximize your wildlife experience.

Thanks for the wonderful time we had with you last week. It was an enjoyable, informative and pure fun wildlife tour! Seeing moose and elk as the sun comes up is memory that will last with us forever. Bears and cubs foraging for berries was another home run! I know all of these can be found with other groups, but we feel the difference in our trip was YOU! Being with you was like a single malt scotch. Very smooth and easy. I need to add, like a great southern writer would, you were entertaining and very knowledgeable. Thanks very much!

Susan and Bill
South Carolina

Tom and I enjoyed our early morning safari with you on Monday the 18th of September!!! Starting the morning with a 900 pound Elk walking in front of your vehicle was so exciting!! Hiking into an area where males were bugling loudly to the female elk was incredible!!! We also were thrilled to see a bear in a large hawthorn bush eating berries, as well as moose grazing in a stream — including a bull, 2 young moose and a cow! Driving along later we saw pronghorns running through an open field. Without your expertise and experience we would not have had such an exciting excursion!! Thank you!

Judy and Tom Cushman
Tennessee

Wanted to drop you a note and thank you for a great morning in the Tetons! Your love and appreciation of the outdoors reminded us of my father-in-law, Gerry Nauman. You did an outstanding job educating us on what nature and the wildlife is all about in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. To get so close to observe a mother black bear and cub sitting without a care in the world eating berries was absolutely inspiring. Getting as close as we did to the bison? WOW! They really are bigger in real life than they appear on Animal Planet TV! The next time we visit Jackson Hole my wife and I will definitely contact you again and spend the day exploring the beautiful area you call home. I have already, highly recommend you to all my friends (and contact you at Tetonwild.com) when they visit Jackson Hole. P.S. Your suggestion on the areas not to miss in Yellowstone National Park on our own was awesome. The boardwalk around the bubbling mud bath and geyser pools was Lauri’s favorite, and the waterfall in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone was spectacular. BTW: 2 bison were 3 feet from the side of the road grazing while we drove by!! What a way to end the day in Yellowstone. Thank you!

Matt and Lauri Scussel
Florida

You have certainly found your passion and sacred place in Jackson Hole. It’s easy to thank you for your time (and gasoline!), but far more difficult to thank someone for their reverence, joy in and knowledge of the wildlife and nature in the Tetons. You are a guide extraordinaire! Your tour is a must do when in the Hole.

Susan Ward
Georgia

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