Tour Guide: Flip Out in Jackson Hole

A 20330.jpgEco-boutique Hotel Terra is giving guests one more reason to stay in Yellowstone this summer. From May 1 September 30, the Jackson Hole hotel is offering the new “Eco Adventure” summer package, which includes a wildlife tour (hosted by wildlife biologist Taylor Phillips) and free Flip video camera to keep. The rates for the package start at $348 per night for two, or $570 per night for a family of four. On the wildlife tour, guests will ride in a bio-diesel-fueled vehicle (the tour also includes an organic lunch).

hotelterra.jpgThe hotel–Jackson Hole’s only LEED-certified digs–is located just outside the entrance to Grand Teton National Park and offers a variety of green features, from eco-shake roof shingles, energy-efficient heating and cooling systems (100% of their electric power is offset), energy recovery technology, natural water runoff mitigation, as well as sophisticated recycling programs.

For reservation information, check out www.hotelterrajacksonhole.com or call +1 800 631 6281.

Photo: Hotel Terra

Comments

  1. Meghan Fitz
    February 1, 2010, 2:49 pm

    Jackson Hole is an awesome vacation – winter or summer. I love this hotel’s focus on sustainable practices. Great family vacation! Slipping in something education is always a must when taking the kids on a summer trip…

  2. noahethan
    November 4, 2009, 6:38 am

    I think we can find more information at jacksonhole.com or jacksonholechamber.com .
    Thanks
    Kerala Tourism

  3. jumi
    August 20, 2009, 7:30 am

    This is a great and affordable package about Eco Adventure and wildlife tour, i am very interested to experience this kind of tours.
    Thank You.
    Kerala Tour Packages

  4. Grand Canyon Tours
    May 5, 2009, 12:52 am

    What has this question to do with politics? There is no such thing as a wildlife reservation, there are wildlife preservation areas, but not wildlife reservations. On the other hand, Native American reservations were an attempt by the US government to contain native populations to specific areas so they could be controlled. Your question is racist.

  5. Las Vegas Travel Guide
    April 1, 2009, 7:49 am

    Excellent post…

  6. Terra
    March 23, 2009, 2:42 pm

    Thanks for feautring our new “Eco Adventure” package. Even though the snow currently flies in Jackson, we are anticipating another beautiful summer at Hotel Terra. Stay connected via our lifestyle blog http://www.livewelljacksonhole.com