Visiting Yellowstone and Need A Plan?
We got you covered.
Our itinerary also includes an AUDIO TOUR!
Listen While You Drive.
Listen to stories while you drive. The itinerary tells you when to listen to the audio tour.
Like Having Your Own Private Tour Guide.
Our Yellowstone audio guide has over 3 hours of stories and information about Yellowstone, as told by Matt, a history professor.
Yellowstone 101, Without The Homework.
Listen while you drive. Learn how Yellowstone became the world’s first national park, how wolves saved Yellowstone, and how a man got lost in Yellowstone for 37 days.
What Makes Us Different.
Most audio guides give you a few tidbits. We focus on the most fascinating stories about the park.
What's Included In Your Purchase?
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Each day is independent of other days so if you are visiting less days, just select the days that sound the most interesting. You can also adjust the days to the order that would best fit your schedule.
Our guide designates which sights are a must and which sights are nice to do. If you have more time or are staying extra days, you can do it all.
The itinerary and audio guide are available immediately upon purchase, right on this webpage. You will also receive an email with download links in case you need to revisit the links and download the items later.
Our guide is compatible with Apple and Android, but the download process is slightly different. Detailed instructions for Apple and Android are included with purchase.
Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll help you out.
Anyone who wants to get a good overall feel of Yellowstone and see the most famous sights. Yellowstone is very accessible so even those with physical disabilities will be able to enjoy the park. Our itinerary describes the mileage and terrain of each stop.
- You will need to save the .mp3 files to your phone or tablet. When you purchase the guide, it will come with instructions showing you how to save the files to your device.
- You will need a way to listen to them while driving, such as:
- bluetooth connection
- cable connection
- earbuds or wireless ear pods
No. Yellowstone is mostly closed in the winter (only the northern road is open in the winter). Touring season is generally from May to October; our guide works for any of those months.