So you are looking into taking a guided tour into Yellowstone, OUR nations's first National Park. We, at the Wyoming Guide Company, can help in making your visit to this beautiful part of the United States as pleasurable, carefree, and memorable as possible. 

Sit back and enjoy the view as we take you through the park, pointing out wildlife along the way, sharing the stories and history of the area, and hitting all of Yellowstone's hot spots. We strive to provide the most knowledgeable and factual wildlife tours, highlighting the rich history and amazing ecosystem of the beautiful Yellowstone National Park. Our private wildlife tours of Yellowstone are also a great way to avoid the stresses of parking, driving, and navigating - so you can focus on fun with your friends and family. 

Yellowstone Geyser Basin Tour

$275 per adult, $225 per child

  • Approximately 8 Hour Trip Duration
  • Suggested pickup time is 7 am, but can be changed to accommodate clients' wishes

The Geyser Basin Tour offers clients the opportunity to explore Yellowstone’s volcanic caldera and it’s thermal features, where they will not only see, but learn everything there is to know about our hot springs, geysers, fumaroles and mud pots.  With the largest concentration of geothermal and hydrothermal features in the world, this is a must see for anyone traveling to the Jackson Hole valley, or anywhere near Yellowstone National Park.

Come enjoy a day touring the wonders of Yellowstone, with guaranteed views of an erupting Old Faithful, the beautiful and colorful Grand Prismatic Pool, the mud pots at Fountain Paint Pots and much, much more.  With opportunities to enjoy the Old Faithful Lodge area, as well as many stunning views of mountains, lakes, streams and falls, our tour through Yellowstone’s southwestern geyser basin is sure to make a lasting impression.  


$305 per adult, $255 per child

  • Approximately 10 - 12 hour trip duration
  • Suggested pickup time is 7 am, but can be changed to accommodate clients' wishes

The lower loop tour encompasses all that Yellowstone’s geyser basin has to offer, as well as continuing on to the eastern portion of the lower loop for views of both the upper and lower falls of the Yellowstone River.  After touring the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, the tour heads south with stops along the way to enjoy the vastness and beauty of both Hayden Valley and Yellowstone Lake before heading back to Jackson.