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I signed up for this trip for my family because I knew our time in Yellowstone was limited and I wanted to see as much as possible.
The Yellow Bus Tours are done in a 1936 White Model 706. Yellowstone purchased several including the one...More
This is a 6:15 am to 11:30 am guided tour on a fun 13-14 passenger antique bus (new chassis, historic wooden bus). The guide was terrific and pointed out many sites that we would have missed. Provided interesting stories of the Lamar Valley and the...More
This is a great tour to see wildlife. It is an early morning tour but worth it. You get to see Lamar Valley - one of the best places to see wildlife and it is in an original Yellowstone bus. They provide juice and a...More
The tour bus was amazing! It's a 60's historic bus offer you comfort experience. The driver offer us breakfast, telescope and funny introduction. I did enjoy the trip very much. Consider the distance that the tour went through, it's defiantly a easier way for driver...More
Really cannot recommend higher, and if you go try to get on Travis' tour who compliments information about wildlife with information about all the other aspects of Yellowstone.
Requires little to no major physical activity, and you really get a sense of the size and...More
Getting up early is the way to go in order to see the wildlife! We were picked up at Mammoth Hot Springs hotel and were given a box breakfast / snack of juice and muffin. We saw bison, wolf pups, and tried to spot mountain...More
We saw things we would never have seen otherwise! Our wonderful tour guide took our small group to see an active wolf den with pups. What an experience. We also saw beaver, a red tailed hawk nest complete with babies, a bald eagle, a mountain...More
Since we had never been to Yellowstone, my husband and I wanted to select a tour that would not only highlight some of the unique places in the park, but also give us a true sense of the history of this magnificent place. The “Wakeup...More
My 15 year old's #1 animal he wanted to see in Yellowstone was the wolf, so we booked this tour thinking that it would be our best shot since the guides know where to look. We went to the site where a wolf den used...More