You want to make the most of your vacation to Yellowstone, so what’s the best way to see it?
The park is larger than people expect, and while it’s only a few miles between the major hubs in the park, it still takes a long time to drive it. The speed limit is 45 mph, and the average speed in summer is usually around 30 mph with occasional traffic jams due to wildlife sightings or bison setting the pace as they walk slowly in the middle of the road.
Booking a tour guarantees that you won’t miss any of the highlights. It’s also the best way to quickly learn about the park as well as THE CODY AREA which has much to offer and will give an extra western flair to your trip.
Think of it as a sampler pack. You get a taste of everything and then on the rest of your vacation, you can go back and spend time more thoroughly enjoying what captures your attention.
Yellowstone is basically divided up in two loops. The UPPER LOOP TOUR lets you see Mammoth Hot Springs and the Lamar Valley as well as Hayden Valley and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
The LOWER LOOP TOUR takes you to West Thumb Geyser Basin, Old Faithful, as well as Fishing Bridge and the elegant historic Lake Hotel.
If you take both full day tours, you get 10% off your second tour and will start off your vacation with the knowledge to make the rest of your time in the Cody/Yellowstone area much more enjoyable.
If you want to “see Yellowstone,” book a tour with us. We’ll make sure you leave with a good understanding of not only what’s in Yellowstone, but also in the Cody area as well.
Give us a call today and we’ll be happy to help custom-craft your tours.