Explore the wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem with an expert biologist from the renowned Teton Science Schools. The first two nights of the six-night expedition are spent at Amangani, during which time guests can work with the resort’s in-house activity team to design a tailor-made itinerary. The next three days are spent off-site, with two nights in Aman-arranged accommodation in Cooke City, Montana. This affords guests the opportunity to do safari-style excursions into the Lamar Valley to view the abundance of wolves, bears, bison, elk and other wildlife. The route between Amangani and the Lamar Valley passes through Yellowstone National Park and takes in Old Faithful and other iconic sites. The final two nights are spent back at Amangani where guests can again enjoy a bespoke itinerary including trout fishing, mountain biking or simply relaxing in Amangani’s spa. The Teton Science Schools have been teaching about the natural world and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem since 1967. Having an expert biologist on hand enhances the wildlife viewing experience immeasurably.
The six-night expedition includes:
Four nights’ accommodation at Amangani including airport transfers and Amangani breakfast daily, and three-day wildlife expedition including guidance by expert biologist, transportation in a safari vehicle, park entrance fees, all meals and accommodation while on the expedition.