Wyoming: Wild West Adventures in Yellowstone & Grand Teton

River rafting, hiking and horseback exploration through the heart of the Wild West

Step back in time and experience true American history in Wyoming. Home to Yellowstone and the rugged mountains of Grand Teton National Park, the impressive canyons and stark forests set the scene for a thrilling six-night getaway. From towering moose and grizzly bears to geysers rocketing rushes of steam into the sky, discover these wild lands on a luxury vacation through the heart of America as you raft down raging rivers, ride horses through the valleys and kayak along empty lakes. Our expert guides’ wealth of knowledge on the flora, fauna and history of this remarkable wilderness brings an unparalleled depth to these iconic landscapes.

Technicolor springs, bear tracks and lakeside kayaking in Yellowstone

Welcome to Wyoming – where plains of raw, untouched wilderness merges into the jaw-dropping Rocky Mountains. Your journey begins in Jackson Hole, cruising along the highway for two and a half hours to Under Canvas Yellowstone for three nights. Minutes away from the world’s tallest geysers and picturesque lakes, you’ll be glamping in unrivalled seclusion within charming tented suites, beneath the star-spangled skies.

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Our expert private guide will be whisking you into the thick of the forest, introducing you to the history and wildlife of the largest national park in the US. From technicolor hot springs to the geysers and bubbling mud pots, the natural phenomena are as outstanding as the wildlife who inhabit the land. Moose, wolves and the world’s largest herd of free-roaming bison are all to be ticked off whilst you go in search of bear tracks and hidden dens. Embark on a kayaking expedition the following day along the flowing rivers and pristine lakes that surround Yellowstone National Park. With your guide at hand throughout the day, learn to expertly navigate the waters whilst soaking up the breathtaking scenery.

Nature photography, soaring eagles and alpine trails in Grand Teton

After your morning check out, you’ll journey back down to Jackson Hole, for a final three nights at the spectacular Amangani. Nestled within the mountains, the rugged peaks and charming alpine surroundings can be experienced at every turn. Unwind in the pool and jacuzzi or set out on a mountain biking or hiking trip around the backcountry.

A new day and a new national park to explore. This morning our expert guides will take you on a fascinating full-day photography tour around Grand Teton National Park, introducing you to the geology of the area and the diverse native wildlife. At the National Elk Refuge, spot the animals and bird-life roaming along the plains before venturing further into the park to the inner loop by Jenny Lake. Witness the  panoramic views from the top of Signal Mountain and transverse through Grand Teton past wild buffalo, eagles and bison along the way.

Saddle up and paddle down in the national park

As your time in Wyoming comes to an end, a final day of adventurous escapades awaits. Embracing the old Wild West, you’ll travel by horseback along the alpine meadows and riverside of Grand Teton National Park. Whatever your level of experience may be, saddle up and prepare to see the land from a unique perspective. After lunch, the day builds to an unforgettable crescendo with white-water rafting down Snake River. This heart-thumping eight-mile stretch varies from scenic floats to raging rapids, suiting everyone’s fear-factor level. Keep your eyes peeled, as you might spot river otters and osprey as you glide downstream through the canyon.

When night falls, a well-deserved final meal out on the forest-covered patio winds down your all-American adventure, but you’ll certainly be leaving tomorrow with an everlasting hunger for the wild.