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Most of Wyoming lies in the Rocky Mountains and is a glorious mix of lakes and mountains bisected by the Continental Divide.  Best known for Yellowstone National Park with over 2 million acres of wilderness to explore and the Grand Tetons range which certainly live up to their name, Wyoming is a wondrous state. Aside from the famous parks, there is a mind-blowing list of activities to enjoy.  These range from riding a horse to riding an off-roader, all sorts of water sports and rock climbing are just a few to whet the appetite.



Top 3 Wyoming Tailor Made Holidays


Luxury Fly Drive | In the Wyoming Wilderness

Living in the Wilderness does not mean having to rough it. This holiday will prove it! You will be seeing wild scenery, wildlife, amazing mountain ranges and vast plains and staying in the lap of lux...


Montana & Wyoming | Luxury Fly Drive

Make your way through some of America’s finest lodges and resorts in the heart of the country with this luxury Fly Drive holiday. Montana is home to some beautiful, luxury working ranches with s...


Yellowstone Without a Car | Escorted Tour

This is a grand opportunity to see the wonders of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks in a short space of time and without a car.  All you have to do is to get to West Yellowstone airport...

Why should I visit Wyoming?

The heart of the Old West still beats in Wyoming. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid escaped from pursuing lawmen here and wild horses run free through sagebrush on high, desert plateaus. On ranch holidays, you can work cattle during the day, then kick back and gaze up at the starry night sky. For a big selection of ranch holidays, please visit our sister company 


Go to a rodeo.

The capital city of Wyoming, Cheyenne, is home to the largest outdoor rodeo in the world, Cheyenne Frontier Days which takes place during the last week of July.  

Explore forts built to protect early settlers.

Casper Trails Museum

Follow the historic trails - Oregon, Mormon, Chief Washakie and Pony Express to name but a few.

See the wide open spaces and sense the presence of ancient tribal cultures at Devils Tower, the natural monolith that rises high above the plains of the Black Hills close to the border with South Dakota and which featured in the film Close Encounters.

Visit the Buffalo Bill Historical Centre in Cody, the town that Buffalo Bill Cody founded.


On August 21st 2017 there will be a chance to experience a total solar eclipse. The city of Casper lies in the middle of a 70-mile stretch that will experience complete darkness during this one-of-a-kind experience. And with 30 years of weather records indicating an 85% chance of clear weather, you should have the perfect opportunity to view this natural phenomenon. 


Viewing wild mustangs is a dream of many people and in Wyoming there is plenty of opportunity to view these majestic animals in their natural habitat. Drive the Pilot Butte Loop at Pryor Mountain for the best chance to view mustangs, or visit the Wind River Wild Horse Sanctuary, an Indian reservation near Lander.


Holiday Itineraries for Wyoming

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