Expedition and photographic workshop to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks in the United States, icons universal conservation.
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Vacation StyleCamping Trek
Activity Level Tough
Group Size Large Group
An all-inclusive trip to the iconic Wildlife Conservation Parks, Yellowstone and Big Teton.
The trip begins in Salt Lake City, and includes many tours to see the exceptional flora and fauna of the two iconic parks.
You will get a chance to see and photograph the herds of American Bison, Elk and White Tail Deer, Pronghorns, American Mooses, Grizzly and Black bears, Bald Eagles, Wolves, Coyotes and a host of other species.
You will also see the spectacular geysers and majestic Teton mountain range.
- 7 nights accommodation based on double occupancy, in the cities of Salt Lake City (2), Jackson (1), West Yellowstone (4).
- Full board and food.
- Airport Shuttle hotel-airport hotel in Salt Lake City
ground transfers Salt Lake Jackson - West Yellowstone - Salt Lake
- Entrance tickets to the parks
- Guided tours in parks and photographic advice
- Personal accident insurance
- Alcoholic Beverages
Saturday October 14th
Reception at the airport and transfer to hotel downtown Salt Lake City overnight (dinner included).
Sunday October 15th
Departure from Salt Lake City to Jackson Hole, gateway to the Grand Teton National Park. Upon arrival, afternoon departure for wildlife and landscape sightings. Return to Jackson Hole for night rest.
Monday October 16th
Departure from Jackson Hole, a trek through the Grand Teton national park in search of wildlife sightings (elk and pronghorn). Visit to the Yellowstone National Park, arrival at the main entrance, travel to the Old Faithful Midway Geyser Basin, including Prismatic Spring. Possible stops for photographies of bisons and elks, along the road.
Tuesday October 17th
Visit Yellowstone in the area of Mammoth hot Spring and a walk in the Beaver Pondtrail, possibility of photographing coyotes and deer Lamar Valley afternoon until dusk.
Wednesday October 18th
Visit to Yellowstone in the zone of Hayden Valley for the chance to photographlarge herds of bison, in additiong there is possible sighting of other species. A chance to see the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone / Lower Falls (Uncle Tom hiking trail), a chance to photograph great scenery.
Thursday October 19th
Visit to Yellowstone Lamar Valley area, with a chance to see and take pictures of wolves, bears and coyotes. This generally is regarded as the best place for wildlife throughout the park, the whole day will be spent there.
Friday October 20th
Departure from the hotel in West Yellowstone and a last visit to the park. A tour in search of Longhorns. Return back to Salt Lake City.
Saturday October 21th
Breakfast and end of the trip, transfer to the airport.
All transfers are done in Sprinter Class Vehicles.
A DSLR camera with Telephoto and Angular Lenses, as there are many species of wildlife and beautiful landscapes.
A tripod is recomended for the Landscape Photography.
Binoculars and Video Recording Equipment, if you choose to film something.
Transfers to the various sites of the park, are mostly done in Sprinter Class Vehicles, so the physical fitness is not too important.
However, fatigue can occur, due to long hours of watching flora and fauna.
Any trip to a conservation park can be dangerous, due to the animals living in their natural habitat, virtually unsupervised.
However, if you follow the proper security guidelines, you will be safe.
Our guides have sufficient experience to advise you on the proper safety procedure, including the safe distance and the proper behaviour in case of each of the species.
In the Autumn season, the weather is cool.
You are advised to bring a jacket, closed footwear and a cap.
In the morning the temperature is around 3 ° C and it rises up to 18 ° C as the day progresses.
No, the island is uninhabited and there is no electricity, no cell signal or internet service. In case of an emergency, there is a civil band radio with which communication is established with the mainland.