Days 5-6 Yellowstone National Park
Your next destination is Yellowstone which is the world's first national park and home to a large variety of wildlife including Grizzly Bear, wolf, bison and elk. This park is so large that its boundaries cross into three states. Most of it is in Wyoming, but parts of the reserve extend into Idaho and Montana. Yellowstone has one of the highest concentrations of geothermal activity on the planet. Herds of bison roam amongst the erupting geysers and steam rises from the various rivers running through the park. A fire in the 1980s ravaged much of the park, but it has recovered to the extent that it is now a living testament to nature's power of regeneration. You have a full day with a Yellowstone wildlife and wolf tracking guide in the park to search for the animals who call it home, as well as learning about the flora and park ecosystems. Once you've finished learning all about this unique environment, head to Yellowstone Lake to relax with an ice cream or a glass of wine.
Accommodation: Camping included I Meals: Breakfast (x1), lunch (x2), dinner (x2) included