GyPSy Guide provides a professional tour guide commentary along scenic drives. Our tours highlight the very best of the region with entertaining stories about history, geology, legends and local advice, so all you have to do is drive, listen and soak in the scenery.
The App that’s just like having a tour guide in your car!™
Stories, local tips and directions as you drive, so you don’t miss a thing.
All the benefits of a guided tour, the freedom to drive yourself.
Download over wifi, tour offline. No data, cellular or wifi required.
YELLOWSTONE & GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARKS DRIVING TOUR APPS
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK – GYPSY GUIDE
America’s first National Park – Yellowstone, continues to awe visitors with amazing geothermal features like geysers, boiling mud, fumaroles and hot springs are abundant throughout the park, as well as spectacular mountains, lakes, canyons and rivers.
It is also home to a diverse range of wildlife including grizzly bears, bison, wolves, elk and pronghorn. A very comprehensive tour with more than 300 commentary points along the Grand Loop, which you can drive in either direction.
We’ll recommend “not to be missed” stops, plus many more suggestions, if you have lots of time to explore. GyPSy will explain why each place is interesting and you decide whether you want to stop.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
Although Yellowstone National Park is often divided into 4 quadrants for sightseeing, our app is designed as one large tour, rather than discreet individual tours. This allows complete flexibility.
Join the tour route at any of the 5 entrances to the Park. We have designed the tour so you can explore anywhere along the Grand Loop, and you can drive in either direction.
Start driving towards the area you want to explore, and GyPSy will provide you with all the options, instructions and commentary you need to explore each region.
Mammoth Hot Springs
Old Faithful Upper Geyser Basin
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
Mud Volcano and Sulphur Cauldron
Norris Geyser Basin
Lower and Midway Geyser Basin
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK ROUTE MAP
Indicate our suggested start locations, or join the tour anywhere along the route and as you pass through the next point, commentary will trigger automatically.
LISTEN TO SAMPLE COMMENTARY – YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Where does the tour start?
There are 5 separate entrances to Yellowstone. Our tour focuses on the Grand Loop drive and whichever entrance you use, the first commentary begins approximately 10-15 minutes before reaching the junction where you join the Grand Loop.
West Yellowstone. It takes about 25 minutes to drive from the gate that is beside the town before you reach the Grand Loop. Launch the tour once you have driven approximately 10 minutes inside the park. The small sign for Riverside Drive is a good place to launch the tour.
Gardiner. Launch the tour as you drive through town. The first commentary begins as you approach the Roosevelt Arch.
Silver Gate, North East Entrance. Its a long approach to the Grand Loop through the Lamar Valley. Watch for herds of Bison along the way. Launch the tour once you see the Lamar Ranger Station. First commentary will be about 5 minutes ahead.
Cody. This is a long approach to the Loop. Launch the tour when you see the turn off to the Lake Butte Overlook. You will be starting to get great views of Yellowstone Lake. First commentary is about 1.5 miles past the overlook.
Grand Teton South Entrance. Launch the tour about 10 minutes after entering the park. The first commentary is about 2 minutes past the Lewis Lake Campground.
Is this the same tour as is included in the Yellowstone - Grand Teton Combo?
Yes it is. If you are visiting both Parks, then the Combo Tour is the best value option. That tour also included the transition drive between the 2 Parks.
Sorry, there is not way to upgrade this tour to the Combo Tour.
I've read there is very little cell service in the Park - will that effect the tour?
Absolutely not. Its true that cellular network signal is very limited in the Park. Your GyPSy Guide tour only uses your location while you are driving. This is from the free GPS signal that comes from satellites – it does not come from cell networks. Your location is always available even where there is no cell coverage.
I'm not from the USA - will I need data?
There is no requirement for any data or wifi network connection while you drive. The app only requires the FREE GPS signal to operate. You can leave your cellular data function turned off – the tour will still work.
What should I bring?
Its important to keep charging your device as you drive and we recommend using a DC cigarette lighter-style of charger. Plugging directly into the vehicle’s USB port is not recommended.
Fill up your gas tank and bring some food & drinks. Binoculars make wildlife viewing even better.
Water, sunscreen and sturdy shoes if hiking.
Don’t forget your smile and camera.