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Discover Jasper and its Wildlife

Join SunDog Tours on our daily “Discover Jasper and its Wildlife” tour.  Jasper National Park is well known for it’s significance as a World Hertiage site due to it’s natural beauty and historical significance.  Allow our friendly, local driver/guides to show you some of Jasper’s hidden gems and share their knowledge of the history, geology, and ecology of the area.   

As you travel through Jasper and the surrounding area in one of our comfortable sightseeing vehicles, not only will you be amazed at some of the beautiful scenery on this journey, you will also learn about the ways the wildlife in the area contribute to the rich diversity of the National Park.  Our knowledgeable guides are trained to seek out all of the park’s most iconic creatures. Big or small, Jasper National Park provides a great opportunity to view animals in their natural habitat.   Have your camera ready to capture some amazing photos of the highlights of this informative and entertaining “Discovery Tour”.

Wildlife Discovery Tour

The Wildlife Discovery Tour is a driving tour with minimal walking.  Maximum group sizes are 28 passengers. Photos of wildlife are usually taken from the inside the vehicle or on the ground at a safe distance from the animals.  While the natural habitat around  Jasper is conducive to animal sightings, animal viewing is not guaranteed and depends largely on the season, the time of day, and the weather.

Kindly note that the selected route is at the discretion of your driver/guide.

Daily Evening Departures  

Departure: 5:30 pm pick-up from town 5:45pm from JPL (May 1st until Sept 10th)
Departure:   4:30 pm pick-up from town 4:45 pm from JPL (Sept 11th-Sept 30th)
Departure:  3:45 pm pick-up from town 4:00 pm from JPL (Oct 1st-Oct 10th)
Duration: 3-3.5 Hours.
Adults: $69.00
Children (2-12): $35.00
(Prices subject to 5% gst)

*Outdoor clothing and walking shoes suggested.

“…Our driver and guide was a fountain of knowledge…saw Elk , deer,osprey ,pika, moose and the high light of the evening was watching a black bear sow and her three cubs…The scenery was fantastic with plenty of photo opportunities.” -Peakg, from Trip Advisor