Wildlife Expeditions in Jackson Hole Announces Rare Solar Eclipse Grand Teton National Park Adventure Travel Opportunities in August

Wildlife Expeditions will provide private single- and multi-day trips into prime Grand Teton National Park viewing area for the August total solar eclipse (photo by Creativa Images).

Grand Teton National Park promises dramatic viewing with over two minutes of darkness as the eclipse path passes directly over it.

For the first time since 1979 a total solar eclipse will be visible in the continental U.S. on Aug. 21, 2017, at 11:35 a.m., creating a rare and monumental sky-watching opportunity. As many Americans seek out the greatest places to view the celebrated celestial show, Wildlife Expeditions of Teton Science Schools in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, has announced once-in-a-lifetime private single-day and multi-day trips into Grand Teton National Park during the historic event.

Described by USA Today as one of the 10 best places in the country to see the solar eclipse, Grand Teton National Park promises dramatic viewing with over two minutes of darkness as the center-line of the eclipse path passes directly over it.

Guests of Wildlife Expeditions solar eclipse trips will have a prime opportunity for watching the solar eclipse, where the moon passes between the sun and the Earth temporarily blocking the sunlight. In a path curving across the U.S. that includes Grand Teton National Park, the sun will be totally blocked, making the region one of the best eclipse viewing spots. Before and after the eclipse, the Wildlife Expeditions safaris also offer spectacular wildlife viewing, spotting local fauna such as bears, wolves, moose, bison, elk, pronghorn, eagles and more.

The private Multi-day Solar Eclipse Expedition, offers both 5- and 4-day trips taking place Aug. 19 – 23, beginning in Jackson, Wyo., and taking guests…

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