Start the day early and head to the Old Faithful Visitor Education Center to learn about the famous Old Faithful geyser and watch it erupt.
Continue on to the Grand Prismatic Spring, the largest hot spring in the park and known for its beautiful colors.
Visit the Norris Geyser Basin, one of the most active thermal areas in the park with a variety of geysers, hot springs, and mud pots.
End the day with a drive through Lamar Valley, known for its wildlife sightings including bison, wolves, and bears.
Head to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, a 24-mile-long canyon with waterfalls and hiking trails.
Take a hike along the South Rim Trail for stunning views of the canyon and Lower Falls.
Visit the Hayden Valley, another wildlife hotspot, known for its large herds of bison and elk.
End the day with a soak in the Boiling River, a natural hot spring where hot water from a thermal spring meets the cool waters of the Gardner River.
Start the day with a visit to Mammoth Hot Springs, a complex of hot springs terraces that have been formed over thousands of years.
Drive through the Hayden Valley again to increase your chances of spotting wildlife.
Take a hike to the top of Mount Washburn for panoramic views of the park.
End the day with a visit to the West Thumb Geyser Basin, located on the shores of Yellowstone Lake and known for its colorful hot springs and geysers.