Yellowstone Adventure

Highlights 

–  Yellowstone National Park

– Privately Guided

– Private Luxury Camp

–  Breathtaking Hikes

–  Mountain Views

– American Bison

– Exclusive Activities

 

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK CAMPING

The spectacular landscape of your Yellowstone Luxury Campsite with backdrops of mountain ranges, rivers, and lush forests will become your home away from home. Located in the nearby National Forest, this site grants great access to the entire Yellowstone ecosystem.

The Yellowstone Luxury Camp was created for those who want to experience the wild outdoors in comfort. Set up exclusively for you, this private campsite enables you to enjoy the best that nature has to offer in a secluded, tranquil area with upscale accommodations. Upon arrival, you will be greeted by your guides with cold refreshments.

Your 150-square-foot custom canvas-walled tents are furnished with queen, twin, or bunk beds, soft down comforters, and bedside tables with lamps. You will have fresh towels, private en-suite toilets, hot showers, a hand washing station, and plenty of shade to comfortably spend your day at camp.

After exploring the great outdoors, unwind in your tent or relax in the lounge area with a book or board game while your guides prepare fresh seasonal meals designed by award-winning Executive Chef Shon Foster. Each meal is crafted based on your preferences and dietary restrictions, including warm treats baked in a Dutch Oven over hot coals. In the evening, a telescope will be set up for stargazing with full access to the vast night sky. Finally, a crackling campfire will be set up for the classic camp experience – s’mores!

Yellowstone National Park encompasses almost 3,500 square miles and was established in 1872 by Ulysses S. Grant making it the first National Park in the world. The diversity of both ecosystems and wildlife is amazing. The Park is made up of many lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges. Amongst these is Yellowstone Lake, one of the largest high-altitude lakes in North America; and Old Faithful, the most famous geothermal feature in the world.

In addition to the unique Yellowstone ecosystem it is the home to 1,700 species of trees and plants and hundreds of mammals, birds, fish and reptiles. This flora and fauna create an experience that matches no other national park in the world. During your visit to this park expect to see grizzly bears, wolves, bison, elk and many other animals in their natural setting. It is compared to being at the zoo without the fences and walls to contain the animals. The climate in the park is greatly influenced by the different altitudes found in different areas of it, with the lower altitudes staying warm almost year round while the higher altitudes get very cold and experience very high snowfall in the winter months.

 

DAY 1 / YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK / ARRIVAL 

Upon arrival into the Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport, your Guide will pick you up and transfer you to camp 1.5 hours away. En route you will enjoy an activity

En route to Yellowstone, your Guide will lead you through the South Fork of the West Fork Gallatin River on the Ousel Falls Hike to a 35-foot cataract. The 1.6-mile round trip, 260-foot-elevation-gain hike is suitable for all ages and ability levels, with a great vantage point looking down at the falls.

After arriving at camp, the remainder of the evening is at your leisure

Overnight Our private tented luxury camp (Dinner)

DAY 2 / YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK  / LAMAR VALLEY TOUR 

Your Guide will transfer you to Lamar Valley bright and early this morning. The early wake up call will be worth it as a sunrise exploration of Lamar Valley is the ideal location for wildlife viewing! It is considered a mecca for migrating wildlife in the Yellowstone ecosystem. You will have the opportunity to see the famous pack of wolves that make their home in this valley, plus other vast wildlife including American bison, pronghorn antelope, black bears, grizzly bears, and lots of birds.

Your Guide will offer several short hiking options which will allow you to venture into the wilderness. After spending time in Lamar Valley, you have the option to visit Mammoth Hot Springs or the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone before being transferred back to your accommodations for dinner and an evening under the stars

After the hike, your guide will transfer you back to your campsite where you will have the remainder of the day to enjoy at your leisure.

Overnight Our Private tented luxury camp (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

Day 3 / YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK  / GEYSERS 

This morning after breakfast, you will explore Yellowstone National Park’s Upper and Lower Geyser Basins with your Guide.

The Lower Geyser Basin possesses a large variety of thermal features including mud pots, geysers, pools, springs, and fumaroles while the Upper Geyser Basin is famous for hosting Old Faithful Geyser. The Upper Geyser Basin also boasts the largest concentration of geysers in the world, including many of the world’s largest geysers.

There are five geysers whose eruptions are predicted by park rangers in the Upper Geyser Basin. Your guide will assist in creating a route and timeline to visit an eruption.

After a day of touring, your Guide will transfer you back to camp

Overnight Our Private tented luxury camp (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)

Day 4 / YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK  / DEPART

At the appropriate time, your Guide will transfer you 1.5 hours to Bozeman Airport

Yellowstone Adventure Itinerary

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