Yellowstone National Park
Bison herd at Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole, USA
Bison herd at Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole, USA

Yellowstone National Park Tours and Tickets

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The vast Yellowstone National Park, stretching over regions of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, was the first US National Park when it was established in 1872. Famous for its scenery, wildlife, and geothermal activity—most notably, the geyser known as Old Faithful—Yellowstone covers almost 3,500 square miles (9,000 square kilometers) of mountainous countryside. The park boasts one of the largest high-altitude lakes in North America (Yellowstone Lake), the longest undammed river in the contiguous United States (Yellowstone River), and even its own Grand Canyon.

  • Yellowstone National Park, Jackson Hole , Wyoming , 82190

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What are people saying about Yellowstone National Park

John_B, Sep 2023
Ed best guide for this experience
Ed, has to be one of the best guides ever. He was friendly and helpful with all the people on the tour. He was a fountain of information about the park and very conscious about safety. He knew exactly where we would get the best pictures and experiences during our tour. He made our whole day trip worthwhile.
Peter_K, Sep 2023
Most incredible day at Yellowstone!
We had an incredible full day in Yellowstone- saw so much beauty. Our guide Zach was amazing, super knowledgeable and fun! We enjoyed learning about the park and the seeing the sights! Highly recommend and look forward to coming back again soon! Thanks Zach for making our experience of Yellowstone National Park a day we won’t forget! Spending a Birthday there can’t be topped!
Brian_E, Jul 2023
Geysers and Lava and Waterfalls and Animals and more
Great experience. Clean Sprinter van, tons of free snacks, Gabrielle was very knowledgeable and accommodating and seemed to be having as much fun as we were. We were efficiently able to hit all of the ‘hot spots’ in Yellowstone (bad pun) without little to no traffic. For a first time visitor or someone on limited time like we were this tour is the perfect way to see it all.
Elizabeth_M, Nov 2023
We were able to see 4 geysers going off at the same time. Eddy was our tour guide and he was so knowledgeable about the park. I would definitely recommend that you take this tour. We learned more in 7 1/2 hours than I could in 7 days by my self
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Q:What is the best month to visit Yellowstone National Park?
A:The best month to visit Yellowstone National Park depends on what kind of experience you’re looking for. If you want the absolute best weather, come June–August—though that means crowds. If you want a wild, snowy landscape all to yourself, come November–February. And if you can brave a little chill for a little more elbow room, come in the shoulder season.
Q:How many days do you need to explore Yellowstone National Park?
A:Yellowstone is a whopping 2.2 million acres. If you simply want to hit the most famous spots like Old Faithful and Grand Prismatic Spring, you could get by in 2 days. But if you want to drive both the Upper and Lower Loops, catch some wildlife, and not feel rushed, you’ll definitely want to devote 3-4 days to the world’s first national park.
Q:Do you need a reservation to enter Yellowstone?
A:You do not need a reservation to enter Yellowstone National Park, though you do need a park pass. 7-day passes can be bought at the entrance or online for $35 per vehicle ($30 for motorcycles; $20 for individuals). Save time at the park gates and buy yours ahead of time at
Q:How much does it cost to drive through Yellowstone?
A:Driving through Yellowstone will cost you the price of gas, but entering Yellowstone requires a park pass. Nab yours online or in person at the entrance—7-day passes are $35 per vehicle, $20 per individual, and $30 per motorcycle. Note that if you use the South Entrance, you’ll run into Grand Teton National Park, which is a separate fee.
Q:How much does it cost to see Old Faithful?
A:Technically, viewing Old Faithful is free, but you’ll need to pay to enter Yellowstone National Park. 7-day passes can be bought in person or online for $35 per vehicle. Individuals are $20; motorcycles are $30. To save time in Yellowstone’s typically long entrance lines, prebook your pass online at
Q:Are there any guided tours to Yellowstone?
A:There are guided tours in Yellowstone National Park for nearly every activity you can think of, from backpacking and snowmobiling to fly-fishing and even painting—the national park works with designated concessionaires across all these services, and their information can be found on the park website. Of course, rangers lead small guided excursions as well, most often in summer.