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Join us during summer months for a guided tour of Grand Teton or Yellowstone National Park. Grand Teton National Park is home to many spectacular wild animals including bison, moose, bears, bald eagles, and more, not to mention amazing landscapes...more
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We saw a lot of Teton off the beaten path with this tour. Started in early evening and saw some wildlife..a black bear and her cub climbing up berry trees and a couple of elk. James, our tour guide, was fantastic and very knowledgeable about...More
Some friends and I toured the Lower Loop of Yellowstone with Terry. We had an incredible time and it was the highlight of our three week road trip. Very knowledgeable and ready to share with his guests. Scenic Saffaris is offering a great service to...More
Our tour was phenomenal!! Ryan, our guide, was incredibly knowledgeable and took us through the park showing us grizzly bear, moose, elk, pronghorns, bison, mule deer, and even a chipmunk! After exploring, we had a delicious dinner with the group. I would highly recommend this...More
Ryan was our guide for the tour. Can't say enough good things about him. He has a great personality and an vast knowledge about all things Yellowstone and most other subjects related to the outdoors and wildlife. Highly recommend you ask for him if you...More
Josh was an awesome tour guide. He was very knowledgeable and answered all our questions. Lucky for my husband and me that we were the only people on the tour and had Josh's undivided attention. Josh picked us up at our hotel in a bus...More
Our guide for this trip was Ryan and he was incredible! He was able to give us such detailed information regarding the history of Yellowstone itself as well as of the various sites and wildlife found within. We would never have visited or enjoyed all...More
We came to Wyoming for my father’s birthday with the whole family and decided to take a guided tour with Scenic Safaris in between days of hiking in Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Our tour guide Ryan was fun, friendly, and incredibly knowledgeable about the area!...More
We had a great day with James as our ATV driver and guide in a side by side tour through the Gros Ventre Valley and up to the beginning of the Gros Ventre river. James knew so much about the geology of the mountains, the...More
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Did the Grant Teton evening wildlife tour with James and Scenic Safaris. Convenient pick up and drop off at hotel in Jackson. About 4 hours in total with dinner included (entree only) at Signal Mountain. Wildlife sighting was minimal until dusk when elk were coming...More
Spent the day with Terry (Scenic Safaris) who was very informative and enthusiastic in telling us about Yellowstone. He knows the area and how to get around to see the best sights on the Lower Loop, including Old Faithful, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and...More
If you are planning to walk round town there is not much stair climbing in town. The town area is not real large it is on the small town size. Everyone in town is pleasant and friendly. A few businesses have some stairs but... More
If you are planning to walk round town there is not much stair climbing in town. The town area is not real large it is on the small town size. Everyone in town is pleasant and friendly. A few businesses have some stairs but not all of them. As for site seeing in the area you will be out in the National Park either on dirt trails and roadways. Also if you are taking any site seeing tours I recommend reading up on the companies they list on their web sites what you will encounter on your trip. If going to Yellowstone you will have some stair climbing depending on which thermo features you visit. If going to the Upper & Lower Falls there is stair climbing there.
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I don't know how you propose to get to Flagg. We booked a tour from Jackson. The tour company with the guide also being the driver of the van and leader of the snow mobile group picks you up at your hotel in Jackson between... More
I don't know how you propose to get to Flagg. We booked a tour from Jackson. The tour company with the guide also being the driver of the van and leader of the snow mobile group picks you up at your hotel in Jackson between 6 and 7 am . It's about 90 minutes to Flagg and there after a hot breakfast you get kitted out with an all in one snow suit, boots, helmet ( quite heavy) and gloves if necessary. It's also advisable to take a balaclava, snow goggles , sun glasses and hand and toe warmer packs as the tour is about 6 hours on the snow mobiles and it can be VERY cold. Yes there is room for a duffel bag on the bag of the machine. The suit goes over everything including your overcoat or ski jacket. I was very warm for most of the time except my hands did get cold at the end but the handle bars for the driver and passenger are heated ( or supposed to be). Its a long day but very thrilling and a great experience. Don't plan anything strenuous for the next day as you may feel pretty wrecked!