Safari Highlights:

  • Observing gray wolves and grizzly bears in their natural habitat
  • Viewing Yellowstone ’s abundant and diverse wildlife
  • Experiencing some of Yellowstone ’s famous geothermal activity and waterfalls
  • Natural and cultural history interpretations

Spend two or three days with a professional naturalist/biologist guide viewing gray wolves and grizzly bears. Observe the interaction with their prey as well as amongst each other. Learn how they co-exist and who is the hierarchy of the food chain. View all the large mammal species that were present when Lewis and Clark ventured nearby; elk, bison, moose, antelope, deer, bighorn sheep, black bears and coyotes, all in a setting some call the Serengeti of North America. Possibly witness the terms “survival of the fittest” and “it’s a cruel world” first hand when the old, young and weak fall prey to these predators or “better luck next time” when the hunted outsmarts the hunter.

Our guides have a very unique working relationship and mutual respect with the staff of the Yellowstone Wolf Project and the park's biologists and researchers. This relationship allows our guests the best opportunities in the business to experience these majestic animals (we have a success rate of 100% since 2000 and have viewed wolves an industry first, 540 consecutive days and counting). Guests will also have a chance to experience Yellowstone’s off the beaten path backcountry and some of the more famous features of the park, including Old Faithful Geyser and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. All Yellowstone Wolf & Bear Safaris include lodging, meals and transportation in our custom safari vehicles. Additional days can be added to this safari, please call for details.

Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Yellowstone National Park

1-800-SAFARIS P.O. Box 963 Livingston, MT 59047

(all photos taken by Carl Swoboda)