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The Ultimate Yosemite Grand Adventure Experience
Choose between our four- and five-day thrilling custom tours

"There can be nothing in the world more beautiful than Yosemite, far vaster and more beautiful than any built by the hand of man."

-President Theodore Roosevelt-

family vacation Day 1: This description covers both our four- and five-day tours, you may choose your between our four-day adventure and/or treat yourself with full five-day custom trip. The more time you spend in Yosemite, the more you will see of the unique and stunning wilderness!

Your personal tour guide will meet you at your hotel on the morning of day one, at your preferred time. The agenda/program will be discussed and your guide will take note of any special requests and customize your tour itinerary based on your preferences and travel needs. Please let your guide know how to tailor your trip to your satisfaction.

After leaving the San Francisco Bay, you will head east toward the Central Valley, locally known as ‘the fruit basket of the world,’ the largest agricultural region in North America, where farmers grow almonds, grapes, pistachios, apricots, cherries, walnuts, apples, clementines, lemons, oranges, peaches, pears, plums, and much more.
Observe the contrast and changing landscape, from the rugged ranges of Mount Diablo filled with wind turbines, and the flat, green, and endless farmlands of the Central Valley with the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers running through it.

Yosemite FallsYour knowledgeable guide will drive you through scenic backroads flanked by grasslands, ranchlands, and dairy farms, and may also stop at a local farmers’ market, or a fruit barn, where you can enjoy your breakfast and purchase your favorite fruits or vegetables directly from the farmers. There are plenty of local roadside fruit and veggie stands where you can taste some local and fresh produce.

Admire the open canal irrigation system as you drive through San Joaquin Valley and its marshlands − the same irrigation that turned California's Central Valley from a desert into productive farmland. California has two gigantic water development systems, which capture water from Sacramento, San Joaquin, and the American Rivers, to store in reservoirs with many dams and canals to redistribute it to farmers within the Central Valley.

Our route may vary based on factors like your hotel location and points of interests, and there are plenty of grocers, malls, and restaurants along the way, where you can stop and enjoy a break for lunch. After lunch, you will follow the winding roads uphill through the Sierra Nevada Mountains, heading east toward the Yosemite Valley. There will be numerous photo stops along the way to see picturesque lakes, meadows, rivers, and hidden waterfalls.
Spend the afternoon exploring Yosemite Valley’s natural wonders. Let your personal and experienced guide take you on short hikes to marvel at the beautiful waterfalls, including Bridalveil Falls and Yosemite Falls. Contemplate the sheer granite towering cliffs such as El Capitan, Cathedral Rocks, Sentinel Rock, and Half Dome, which is the symbol of the Yosemite Valley.

You may also visit the Yosemite Visitor Center, one of the best interpretive visitor centers in California, where you can learn about Yosemite’s amazing geology and history, including the story of naturalist John Muir, and the Native Americans who called Yosemite Valley their home.

Hidden Waterfalls5:30 p.m. Your knowledgeable guide will be on hand to explain and show you hidden iconic sights and wonders. After exploring Yosemite Valley’s attractions, your guide will drive you to your hotel for an overnight stay. Most hotels, motels, and resorts in Yosemite and outlying areas offer swimming pools and hot tubs, depending on your choice of accommodation (please bring a swimsuit). There are a number of attractions surrounding the hotels and restaurants where you can dine, and also enjoy your breakfast the following day.


 

Day 2- Don’t be a passive observer of nature-experience it!

"We must go beyond textbooks deep into the wilderness, travel and explore and tell the world the glories of our journey."

– John Hope Franklin

Glacier PointAfter breakfast, get ready for a truly fulfilling journey to the high country to visit famous and hidden natural wonders including the breathtaking Glacier Point overlook. As you head to Glacier Point, your tour guide will take you to a scenic hidden viewpoint located above Tunnel View. Take in Yosemite's breathtaking scenery with Yosemite’s granite monoliths as a backdrop including the iconic El Capitan and Half Dome. The Wawona Tunnel Viewpoint is also a meeting point for professional photographers in winter, which was also immortalized by the famous Ansel Adams’ historic photographs. Another hidden and commanding viewpoint is scheduled off Wawona Road to picture waterfalls and amazing alpine landscape. Our 4x4 SUV will take you all the way up to the Washburn overlook and then to Glacier Point. Once at Glacier Point, you will enjoy spectacular views of the Yosemite Valley floor, hanging cliffs, towering domes like Half Dome, stunning hidden waterfalls including Vernal, Nevada and Illilouette Falls. This spectacular vista is truly inspiring and a must-do as a 3 or even 4-day tour to enjoy it in-depth. You can bring your own picnic lunch and enjoy these amazing and marvelous sceneries from Glacier Point, where you can really connect with nature.

Glacier PointLunch may take place anywhere you wish to enjoy it − as an outdoor picnic lunch overlooking waterfalls, in the Yosemite Valley’s casual restaurants and cafes, or treat yourself to a culinary dining experience and enjoy the Ahwahnee dining room’s distinctive cuisine.

The road to Glacier Point is open in summer only, but our Yosemite National Park 3-day custom tour has a lot to offer instead, and we will substitute one sight with another wonderful one where required.

glacier point viewlookSentinel Dome and Taft Point hiking trail: For hikers, we can add this 2.2 miles (3.5 km) round-trip which takes about 2 hours from Glacier Point Road to Sentinel Dome or Taft Point. This exciting loop will take you to a magnificent rock towering at 8,100 feet (2,470 meters) high and offering breathing views of the Yosemite Valley and outlying area. You will also picture the famous fallen Jeffrey pine tree leaning on the granite surface that became an icon for photographers and postcard pictures.

When Glacier Point is closed in winter, we offer a number of alternative sites including a hike or an easy wake Mirror Lake (available in spring only) or Hike with your experienced tour guide on the Mist Trail to marvel at breathtaking hidden waterfalls including Vernal and Nevada Falls.

Glacier Point views waterfallsYou may also challenge yourself and hike up to Emerald Pool that forms on the ‘step’ between Nevada Fall and Vernal Fall downstream. Not a hiker? Then you can choose to relax and your personal tour guide will drive you to iconic sights without any need to hike. This will include places like Hetch Hetchy Valley, located on the Tuolumne River. John Muir called this picturesque valley the ‘Second Yosemite Valley’. In Hetch Hetchy Valley, you can admire picturesque waterfalls and the impressive O'Shaughnessy Dam which was founded in 1913 to supply the San Francisco Bay area with water. The Yosemite national park is incredibly big and you will not have a moment without something to see or do.

After this exciting adventure, we will drop you back at your hotel. Your tour guide will meet you the following day at your preferred time and take you on a new adventure before heading back to San Francisco Bay Area.


 

Day 3: The splendors of Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias- “The Real Titans!”

"Travel is a part of an experience." – Francis Bacon

Yosemite sequoiasAfter checking out of your hotel, you will head to the southern part of the Yosemite National Park on Wawona Road (Highway 41) to visit the massive and ancient trees of sequoia.
Before we get to Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias, an optional stop may be scheduled to check out the small visitor center at the Wawona’s historic hotel located in southern part of the Yosemite National Park. This Landmark is a Victorian-style hotel which rests upon verdant meadows. Galen Clark, who helped to gain preservation legislation for Mariposa Grove and what became Yosemite National Park later, occupied this area in 1855. He established a tourist rest and modest ranch in 1856 and became later a classic Victorian and historic resort known as the Wawona hotel.
In Wawona you may also take a hike and explore Chilnualna Falls, one of Yosemite's lesser-known treasures which culminate in a dramatic six-tiered cascade.

Yosemite Giant SequoiasThere is a charming golf course in Wawona which blends into its surroundings, if you decide to dedicate your morning to play golf before you head back to San Francisco; this is the right place for you.
Although in most visitors' minds, the Yosemite is most famous for its lush green valley, amazing granite rock formations, and majestic waterfalls, but Yosemite is also home to three groves of spectacular giant sequoias, and they are equally majestic and even more unique. Mariposa Grove is the largest grove of giant sequoias in Yosemite National Park. Although access is restricted and filtered in summer, we always manage to drive all the way up to the heart of the Mariposa Grove and save you time and hiking.
Once in Mariposa Grove of giant sequoia, discover the thrills of a hike with your experienced tour guide to walk among the giant and ancient sequoias of Mariposa Grove, some of the biggest and oldest sequoias in the world.
The sheer magnitude of the sequoias is unbelievable and truly breathtaking sights and unique atmosphere. It is one thing to see a postcard of these ancient trees, but beholding their grandeur in person is really an amazing and once-in-lifetime experience.
A sequoia may live 3000 years, making them among the oldest living things on earth. This grove of sequoias is surreal and like a scene from another planet. John Muir called them the ‘king of all conifers’.

Yosemite sequoiasThe Mariposa Trail leads though this astounding grove of sequoias. There are over 500 giant sequoias in this grove. Your fully escorted and guided tour will start with a photo stop at The Fallen Monarch tree, then Bachelor and the three Graces. One of the most remarkable sequoias in Mariposa Grove and the whole sierra is the Grizzly Giant, an enormous and massive tree that is believed to be 2700 years old, weighing an astounding 2 million pounds and comprising 29,000 cubic feet of lumber, enough to build more than 18 homes. These giants are often targets of lightning; the Grizzly Giant was once hit 6 times in a single lighting storm.

You will also see too many other amazing sequoias including the California Tunnel tree where a tunnel was carved /cut into this tree in 1895 to allow stagecoaches to pass through it to attract visitors to the grove. This is the only living sequoias tree with a tunnel in it since the fall of the Wawona Tunnel Tree in 1969. (Don’t forget the giant tunnel trees in Redwoods National Park and State Parks in Northern California, the coastal redwoods are the sisters of the sequoias)

If you wish to see more sequoias in a shorter amount of time or have mobility or walking issue, you may go on Big Trees Tram Tour, 75-minute audio tour of the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias. This seasonal open tram tour is usually available in summer based on a first come, first served basis. (tickets are not included in the tour price).

Giant SequoiasThe Mariposa Grove Road is closed to vehicles from approximately November to April, depending on weather conditions. You can hike up the two-mile road (500 feet of elevation gain) when it is closed (the road may be snowy or icy). The hike is well worth it and your tour guide will escort and guide you through the mountains to visit these amazing trees, visiting the sequoias in winter is like a revelation as the red barks of the sequoias standing out in the white snow.

As we leave the Yosemite heading south, an optimal stop may take you to Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad, a historic 3 ft narrow gauge railroad with two operating steam train locomotives located near Fish Camp (in the Sierra National Forest) near the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park. Due to the onset of the Great Depression and a lack of trees, the operation closed back in 1931. Today, the two steam locomotives operate guided tours daily during the summer months only.

Giant SequoiasA lunch break may be scheduled in Oakhurst located in Madera County at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, and 14 miles south of the entrance to Yosemite National Park.

As we head west to San Francisco, an optional stop may take you to visit a historic and charming old gold mining town called Mariposa that lies in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. From the indigenous Miwoks to the Spanish and then Mexicans, Mariposa has always been a stop on the way to Sierra Mountains. The name is Spanish for ‘butterfly’. Those first explorers discovered a creek meandering through a gentle valley and all around it swarmed butterflies.

Yosemite Giant SequoiasYour tour guide may start with Mariposa grove and end in the Yosemite Valley or vice versa. The tour will be customized to your travel needs and based on your hotel location and other factors including conditions in the park.

Interested in a gold panning experience, ask your tour guide to show you a hidden camp where some locals still panning for gold.


 

Day 4 and Day 5

VERNAL FALLS"Wilderness is not a luxury but a necessity of the human spirit, and as vital to our lives as water and good bread.”

Edward Abbey

Depending on the season, weather, and road conditions, we will either explore the hidden gems of Yosemite Valley or travel to the high country.

Tuolumne Meadows:

A trip to Tuolumne Meadows in the High Sierra is an authentic experience filled with wonder and the stunning beauty of high alpine meadows and streams, along with some of Yosemite’s highest peaks offering unobstructed views of the Yosemite majestic wilderness. In the Tuolumne Meadows, you can walk, hike and stop to photograph stunning alpine lakes like Tenaya Lake, Tioga Lake, Ellery Lake and Tioga Pass that towers above 9,943 ft. These backroads offer stupendous views of picturesque meadows, rivers, waterfalls, massive granite domes and spectacular fauna and flora.

Hike in YosemiteTuolumne Meadows is located in the high sierra of the Yosemite National Park. This scenic, narrow and winding road is generally open to vehicles from late May or early June through October, it offers incredible vistas of these pastoral meadows alongside the winding Tuolumne River. This scenic drive demands concentration due to the tight bends and steep drops, but your tour guide is also an excellent driver so you can relax and enjoy the scenery.
This area is less visited than the Yosemite Valley floor and is often referred to as the high country.
Olmsted Point, along the Tioga Road, we will make several stops to capture the beauty of this high country, including a stop at Olmsted Point for remarkable views of both the back side of Half Dome, Tenaya Canyon and Tenaya Lake.
As you keep driving up Tioga Road, heading east towards Tioga Pass, the road starts by winding steeply through the Sierras, eventually opening up for expansive views of several surrounding peaks, including Mount Clark and Mount Hoffman. Along the way, you can see other high peaks covered with snow, like Lembert Dome − a granite monolith standing 800 feet above the meadow floor − with a sheer cliff at its peak giving spectacular views in 360 degrees of snowcapped mountains, flowing rivers and lightly frosted grasslands.

VERNAL FALLSAs the road winds to a higher elevation, admire the Tuolumne River meandering its way through the rich greens of a grassy meadow dominated by high granite peaks, including Cathedral Peak (10,911 ft.) which is the focal point of the Yosemite high country. Visible from many vantage points in Tuolumne Meadows, its sweeping buttresses are unmistakable. Its narrow summit has been the goal of many an alpine traveler, including John Muir in 1869.
The magic of alpine lakes, rivers, waterfalls, blue sky and greenery of the Tuolumne Meadows covered with snow and ice are the magic ingredients are majestic and glorious.

Sierra NevadaTenaya Lake is one of your next stops. Here you can take a stroll on one of its sandy beaches. In the background, Mount Dana provides amazing views of the Sierra Nevada at 13,000 feet of elevation.
For hikers, we will assign an expert tour guide to guide you in the Yosemite wildness, with its endless hiking trails and picturesque backroads.

Hetch Hetchy Valley is a reservoir where the O'Shaughnessy Dam was constructed in 1913 to supply the San Francisco Bay area with water. John Muir referred to it as the ‘Second Yosemite Valley’. Thanks to its wonderful vistas and waterfalls. The scenic and winding road to Hetch Hetchy Valley offers spectacular scenery, but requires a high concentration due to the steep and narrow roads.

Experience the authentic 'Wild West Gold Country'

"The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness."

― John Muir

family vacationOverview: In winter, and during road closure to Yosemite, we choose to visit the Hetch Hetchy Valley and the majestic California wine country that has so much to offer. You will enjoy a fun, and authentic guided tour of the heart of the Gold Rush Mother Lode. During your adventure in the California Golden Country, you will travel back in time and visit charming old gold mining towns and unique attractions in Tuolumne and Calaveras Counties; both nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills. Both counties offer many things to do and see, and even more than you will have time for. Join us to experience the Wild West spirit and adventure trip that will take you to the backroads to see hidden gems far greater than you could ever expect.

Beside charming gold mining towns, there are endless sights and outdoor activities you can choose from, such as hiking to unique hidden groves of giant sequoias, fishing, golfing, kayaking, thrilling rafting, gold panning, see a steam train and movie locations, visit divine wineries and museums and enjoy music festivals and other venues including the celebration of Mark Twain’s real life frog jumping contest. Explore amazing caverns where you can get your adrenaline flowing with a rappelling or zip-lining adventure, or go on horseback riding and much more.

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-Visit the Tuolumne County- Tucked away in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Foothills, Tuolumne County is home to charming old towns like Sonora, which lies in the lush rolling oak covered foothills near the Stanislaus River, and was named after the miners from Sonora Mexico who settled the City in 1848. This old town still holds on to its historic charm with many of its existing buildings dating back to the 1800’s. For that reason, this was the perfect setting for famous and classic movies like ‘48 Hours’ starring Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte, ‘Back to the Future Part III’, ‘Bonanza’, ‘Come Live with Me’ with James Stewart and Hedy Lamarr, ‘Hidalgo’ starring Omar Sharif, ‘Indiana Jones’ and the ‘Last Crusade’, with Harrison Ford and Sean Connery.

-Visit the authentic old town of Jamestown and take a stroll back in time as you walk down Main Street in Historic Jamestown to picture Victorian style homes, old saloons and a jail. A few blocks east of the historic downtown area is the state park Railtown 1897. Much of the old Sierra Railway, where the famous train scene in ‘Little House on the Prairie’ with Michael Landon was filmed in 1979, was preserved. Other movies like Pale Rider with Clint Eastwood, the Great Race with Tony Curtis, Natalie Wood and Jack Lemmon, High Noon with Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, and Bad Girls were all filmed in Jamestown as well. You may also visit Woods Creek, located 1 mile north of Jamestown, where gold was discovered back in 1848, and witness locals still panning for gold there.

Glaicer-Point-Visit Columbia state park , a living gold rush town, featuring the largest single collection of existing gold rush-era structures in the state. Enjoy fun activities for the whole family, pan for gold, explore exhibits, ride a stagecoach, visit old shops, and learn about the rich history of the California gold rush on a guided town tour. Columbia’s streets are lined with a variety of shops and boutiques with many specializing in nineteenth century goods. Saloons and blacksmith shops, where you can watch iron being skillfully forged into finished goods through fire, water, and shaping on an anvil. You can also buy a personalized horseshoe souvenir.

A journey to Calaveras County known for its Gold Rush ambiance, world-class wines, is home to authentic old towns like Murphy’s, Arnold, Rancho Calaveras, and Angels Camp.

- Travel back in time and visit the city of Calaveras and Angels Camp, old charming gold mining towns known for the celebration of the Jumping Frog contest based a short story written by Mark Twain in this area. You can also visit local attractions like the gold rush museum, Angel Camp old town and its historic saloons among other sights.

- Visit the picturesque village of Murphys, known for its many natural attractions including stunning caverns, a charming Main Street with friendly merchants and unique shops, beautiful vineyards and wineries, gold panning, and outdoor adventures. You may want to visit Murphys when it turns green on March 13th celebrating the annual Irish Day festivities. Attractions include live Irish music and dancing, craft booths, and Irish fare and wares.

Don’t miss out on vesting unique archaeological sites including Caves and Caverns; there are several breathtaking examples of California's caverns including California Cavern, Moaning Cavern and Mercer Caverns. Visitors of all ages have the opportunity to experience the thrill of entering the depths of the earth as they descend into these spectacular caverns to marvel at its natural beauty and geology. Early visitors included Bret Harte, Mark Twain and John Muir who have enjoyed the unique delicate beauty of the cavern's rare crystalline formations.

Moaning Cavern now offers an above ground extreme thrills and a high adrenaline rush Race high above the beautiful Gold Country foothills at up to 40 mph on thrilling twin zips 1/4 mile long! No experience necessary, all you need is the guts and go up and jump of the platform.

Glaicer PointTake a walking guided tour to the majestic beauty of the Giant Sequoias in Calaveras Big Trees State Park located 4 miles (6.4 km) northeast of Arnold, North Grove and South Grove offer walking and hiking trails to stunning ancient sequoias. This is the prefect park of sequoias for those who like hiking away from the crowded grove of sequoias and for customers who can’t walk as we take right to one of the groves on a flat and easy walk.

Don’t miss out on visiting unique archaeological sites, including caves and caverns. There are several breathtaking examples of California's caverns, including California Cavern, Moaning Cavern and Mercer Caverns. Visitors of all ages have the opportunity to experience the thrill of entering the depths of the earth as they descend into these spectacular caverns to marvel at its natural beauty and geology. Early visitors included Bret Harte, Mark Twain and John Muir, who enjoyed the unique delicate beauty of the cavern's rare crystalline formations.

Moaning Cavern now offers an above ground extreme thrills and a high adrenaline zip line, high above the beautiful Gold Country foothills. No experience necessary, all you need is the guts and go up and jump off the platform.

yosemite national-parkTake a walking guided tour to the majestic beauty of the giant sequoias in Calaveras Big Trees State Park, located 4 miles (6.4 km) northeast of Arnold, North Grove and South Grove offer walking and hiking trails to the stunning ancient sequoias. This is the perfect park of sequoias for those who like hiking away from the crowded grove of sequoias and for customers who can’t walk as we take right to one of the groves on a flat and easy walk.

Don’t miss out on taking a guided tour to the best of the Sierra Foothills AVA and viticultural areas. Whether a wine aficionado or just exploring, you’ll notice how relaxing, unpretentious and intimate the wine touring experience is in this remote wine country. There are also great local restaurants that serve excellent cuisine in a cozy atmosphere.

Calaveras County has beautiful lakes where you can go kayaking, canoeing or even have a thrilling white water rafting adventure down a five-mile stretch of the North Fork of the Stanislaus River. Depending on rainfall and river flows, trips run in spring and occasionally carry through the summer. The run, rated a Class IV, is a fantastic day-long excursion for experienced whitewater enthusiasts. We also have a less challenging rafting trip just outside of Yosemite on the Merced River.

You may also go on horseback riding in Calaveras County’s scenic backroads and golden rolling hills, or sign up for a stagecoach ride to explore your favorite historic gold mining towns.

We also offer photography custom tours and workshops.


 

Yosemite Hotels and Accommodation

The sooner you book, the better as most of hotel get sold 6 months in advance!

To enjoy the terrific outdoor recreational activities of Yosemite National Park, you will need to secure your hotel reservation first because Yosemite hotels and resorts are sold out very quickly in spring and summer, and double their rates during the peak season (April to October) and holidays. We are happy to take care of hotel bookings and required payments on your behalf. We don't work on commission and don't profit from hotel reservations. However, we are not responsible for any accident, injury or the outcome when you stay at these hotels.We don't run these properties as they are individually owned and operate according to their own policies and terms. If you book your own hotel and are happy to offer you a complimentary pick-up and drop-off daily at your resort or hotel. Don’t miss out on this once in-a-life-time Yosemite experience, so book your 3-day Yosemite adventure in advance.

Below is a list of some hotels we could work with, based on availability and subject to change or update at any time without a prior notice. You can view the hotel websites online:

  • http://www.yosemitepark.com/Accommodations_YosemiteLodge.aspx
  • http://www.nationalparkreservations.com/yosemite_view.php
  • http://www.yosemitepark.com/Accommodations_WawonaHotel.aspx
  • http://www.yosemite-motels.com/cedarlodge/index.htm

You may also stay at any one of the Oakhurst hotels located only 16 miles south of Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias: http://www.oakhurstchamber.com/index.php?src=gendocs&ref=Hotels&submenu=tourism

Still looking for more choices and recommendations? You may choose any hotel from the above suggestions or from the below links:

  • http://www.yosemitepark.com/Accommodations_YosemiteLodge.aspx
  • http://www.yosemitepark.com/Accommodations_TheAhwahnee.aspx
  • http://www.tenayalodge.com/
  • http://www.nationalparkreservations.com/yosemite_view.php

 

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