Ever been backpacking with a llama? Trekking with these faithful companions is an experience you won’t forget. Interested in the history and architecture of the buildings in Yellowstone? Try an Old Faithful Lodge or Lake Yellowstone Hotel Tour. Prefer to spend your time in a more formal, educational environment? There are so many options for Yellowstone tours, we've got you covered.
Dubbed America's first national park, Yellowstone sits right in Bozeman's backyard, only 80 miles away. Recharging your batteries with a tour of this great majestic land just melts stress away, reconnects you with nature, and offers you a calming peace that can only be found in this serene environment.
Yellowstone National Park, established in 1872, has become a national treasure and destination for travelers from all over the world. Whether you want to experience Yellowstone by horseback, boat, foot, bike, or even llama, you won't be disappointed. With active geothermal features, geysers, pots of boiling mud, architecture, and field seminars throughout the park, there is a tour for everyone. Check out some of these great options for your next vacation.
Yellowstone reaches far beyond the main roads and famous attractions. You can spend days soaking up the beauty, adventure, and ecology on foot, by bike, in a boat or car, or from the back of a horse.
Each tour provider has a specialty, and many of them offer customized trips. Wildlife tours generally operate early morning or evening with high-powered spotting scopes provided. Try a Yellowstone Lake scenic cruise or a bird watching excursion. You can opt for hiking, biking, and fly-fishing tours. Starting to get the picture?
Or check out the field seminars, teaching specifics about the ecosystem. The seminars, hosted by Yellowstone Association Institute, are led by professors, naturalists, scientists, acclaimed photographers, writers, historians, and artists. They are an excellent way to learn more about what makes Yellowstone a unique ecosystem.
Getting To Yellowstone From Bozeman
Bozeman is perfectly situated between two entrances to Yellowstone National Park--the north entrance, adjacent to Gardiner, MT and the West entrance, located in West Yellowstone, MT. You can take a day trip from either entrance or plan for a multi-day adventure with a stay in Bozeman on either end.
Trust us, you’re in for something spectacular.
Tours Based in Gardiner
Tours Based in West Yellowstone
Bozeman Based Tours
Other Yellowstone Tours
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