Springtime is a phenomenal time of year for National Park exploration as animals emerge from hibernation, newborn wildlife can be seen closely following their mothers, and wildflowers begin to add vibrance to the landscape.  Browse through our spring safaris and programs below and let us know how we can make your time here a life-long memory!  All safaris include pick-up and drop-off at Hotel Terra.

Dawn & Dusk Wildlife Safaris

Join an experienced naturalist on an unforgettable excursion into the wilds of Jackson Hole.   During one of our half-day or full-day safaris you will explore scenic locations while observing wildlife in their natural habitats.  In addition to wildlife watching, your naturalist guide will share the fascinating stories behind each species.  We record all wildlife sightings during our safaris as part of an ongoing “citizen science” project so each trip contributes to the understanding of our region’s wildlife.  This safaris 

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Adults: $130, Children 12 and under: $95. Contact us for private safari rates.


The Best of Yellowstone Safari

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Yellowstone National Park is a true American treasure filled with thousands of geothermal features, spectacular waterfalls and abundant wildlife.  When exploring this amazing park, there is no substitute for having a passionate and knowledgeable naturalist guide share the wonders of this unique place.  Let us show you all the things that we love about Yellowstone and you will leave feeling inspired and permanently connected to this beautiful National Park.

Adults: $295, Children 12 and under: $265. Contact us for private safari rates.


Photography Safari

Love photography?  Grand Teton and Yellowstone are the Disneyland equivalent to nature photographers.  Kurt Johnson is a dedicated wildlife and nature photographer who has been teaching basic and advanced photography skills for many years.  He loves sharing his tips and tricks to achieve great images of the natural world while bringing clients to the most photogenic locations of the region.  
You can view Kurt’s portfolio here.

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Adults: $175, Children 12 and under: $165, Children 4 and under: Free (with accompanying adult.)  Contact us for private safari rates.


The Best of Grand Teton Safari

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This full-day Safari provides a thorough exploration of this fascinating and scenic National Park.  Guided by an experienced naturalist, you'll visit scenic locations while learning about the wildlife, geology and human history.  This safari includes park entry, high quality binoculars and lunch.  Departure time is 9:00AM

Adults: $195, Children 12 and under: $165.  Contact us for private safari rates.


The Night Sky of Wyoming

Our exceptionally dark skies make Wyoming one of the best places for star-gazing and astronomy events on the planet.  Spend an evening navigating the constellations, planets and other stellar features while hearing the fascinating descriptions behind each object.  This activity is perfect for anyone interested in experiencing and learning about the night sky.  Families, private star-parties and large groups can all be accommodated.

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Adults: $65, Children 12 and under: $50, Children 4 and under: Free (with accompanying adult.)  Contact us for private astronomy rates.


Speaking Engagements

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Kurt is available as a speaker for your event, conference or private dinner.   His presentation weaves  vivid imagery of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem through his personal photography with engaging stories of how this region is unlike anywhere else on earth.  This presentation is a great compliment to an excursion with Wild Things of Wyoming.

Typical duration is one hour.  Prices available upon request.


Predators of Yellowstone: May 14-17, 2018

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The Yellowstone region is one of the natural jewels of the world and is recognized as one of the best places to view predators in their natural habitats.  This multi-day safari will focus on the largest predators such as grizzly bears, gray wolves, and black bears as well as more discreet, but no less impressive, predators such as raptors, weasels and other species that make their living by predation or scavenging. In addition to observing Yellowstone's predators, springtime also offers wonderful opportunities for viewing newborn wildlife and watching Yellowstone emerge from its long Winter.  Even though the wildlife watching will be genuinely wild, the lodging and dining is extremely civilized during this expedition.

This safari includes all lodging, meals, park fees and guide fees (airfare into Jackson Hole not included).  $1,450 per person for double occupancy, $1,850 per person for single occupancy.