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Yellowstone all-inclusive tour options?

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I'm posting on behalf of a woman in her late 60's who would like to visit Yellowstone for the first time. She'll probably be traveling solo, and is interested in some sort of group tour. She wouldn't be doing any serious hiking, but is in good enough shape to, say, walk from Old Faithful to the other end of the Upper Geyser Basin and back. She would much rather sit and look out the window of a bus than have to drive herself around. Importantly, she'd like to visit this summer if possible, and she doesn't have any lodging reservations yet.

How should she proceed? I was a little surprised to find that searching this forum didn't yield a lot of informative results. I note that Xanterra offers various package tours on their site. Is that the best way to do this? Is there a chance that Xanterra has some lodging set aside for people who book the package tours? Alternatively, are there any non-Xanterra options that, say, have a bus that departs from West Yellowstone and returns there at night?

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