Summer Is for Safaris!

With the warm summer weather, this is the ideal time to plan your river safari trip with Yellowstone Safari Company. The cool water will provide retreat from the hot sun and the national park will be brimming with wildlife to observe. Plus, with Yellowstone Safari Company, you will receive personalized service for both educational and […]

Explore Yellowstone with Llamas

When most people plan to explore an area like Yellowstone, they either do it on foot or by horse. Well, we here at Yellowstone Safari Company also offer Llama Treks that will take you on a trip unlike anything you’ve ever done before. Yellowstone Llamas, the very first licensed llama outfitting company in Yellowstone National […]

Region Mourns the Loss of Scarface, Yellowstone’s Grizzly

By now, you’ve may heard the sad news that the well-known grizzly Scarface is dead. For us here, it hasn’t quite sunk in yet. Arguably  the best-known and most-recognized of the more than 700 grizzlies in Yellowstone, Scarface’s was found fatally shot back in November in Gardiner, Montana, just north of the park’s lands. The […]

Retrace Lewis and Clark’s Treks Some Two Centuries Later

It was the spring of 1805 when Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and the Corps of Discovery went on their long journey in search of a water route to the Pacific Ocean. This was a momentous endeavor that is still highly celebrated in schools around the country, and now, more than two centuries later, you have […]

Listen to Yellowstone for Free

Listening to the Radio

In this blog post from August, we discussed the sounds of Yellowstone, prompting the reader with the following questions, “When you listen to Yellowstone National Park, what do you hear? Is it a rousing song? A gentle voice? What kind of musical genre would it be?”   These questions were inspired by the then announced […]

We Must Be Strong Like Yellowstone Bison in the New Year


When you think of Yellowstone, what do you think of? Maybe the geysers symbolizing all the pent-up strength of the beautiful land we call our country? Maybe you think of Yellowstone’s bison, the nation’s largest bison population on public land, the strong animals that might just represent everything that is hearty about the American spirit, […]

Visiting Yellowstone National Park during the Holiday Season

Yellowstone National Park

The holiday season is upon us and that means your stress level is erratic, breaking the brain barometer as you think about all the gatherings you have to go to and the shopping you have to do. It is tough to find a moment to relax, when you can gather your thoughts and really reflect […]

Reasons to Visit Yellowstone in Winter

Snow in Yellowstone

With winter just around the corner, you may be thinking you’ve missed out on your chance to visit Yellowstone National Park this year. Fortunately, we’re happy to tell you that there is still plenty to do in Yellowstone once the temperature drops and snow hits the ground. In fact, there are plenty of unique activities […]

Visiting Yellowstone National Park in the Fall

Yellowstone National Park

It’s funny when thinking about the vast expanses of America – from coast to coast, sea to shining sea, it as if fate dumped the body of beauty onto our place in the Atlantic Ocean and autopsied it for all the world to see. The knife keeps digging in deeper and deeper and no matter […]

Yellowstone Gearing up for Centennial

Bison of Montana

September has been a busy month for Yellowstone National Park. This is following on the heels of what has been arguably one of the most successful tourist seasons in recent memory, as discussed in this Wyoming Public Radio article. Caroline Ballard writes, “More than 3 million visitors were in the Park by the end of […]