One Day Yosemite Bus Tour
Full Day Yosemite Tour
Yosemite is too enormous to see in one day. With many years of experience, the Yosemite tour guides and drivers are in a league of their own. Knowing where to go, when to be there and how to maximize your day and make your Yosemite trip fun, relaxed and memorable, the tour guides will make sure that your trip is a very enjoyable one.
You will have plenty of photo opportunities with a good chance to walk to a couple of waterfalls. Walking among the Giant Sequoias and reaping the benefits of all the awe-inspiring views from Glacier Point are part of the reasons why visting Yosemite during the warm months is ideal. Dynamic vistas and the opportunity to learn about the all important aspects of its rich chronicles, geology, vegetation, animal life and current events of this extraordinary park make it one of the most visited.
Fewer people in the winter time equals a greater chance of seeing and enjoying the wildlife in the most pacifistic seasonal time in Yosemite, winter. With wintertime in full swing, Yosemite Falls springs to life with the silence of the valley being punctuated by the sound of ice crashing over the falls. Seeing the snow blanket Yosemite simply adds another dimensional characteristic to Yosemite's breathtaking beauty.
Half Day Yosemite Tour
If time is of the essence, you might want to consider a Half Day Yosemite Tour. Although the tours seem to be a little more fast-paced, tours tend to be smaller and more intimate. Our guides will give you an in-depth introduction to the natural and human history of Yosemite. The Half Day Yosemite Tour allows you to experience the serenity of the Giant Sequoia trees and breathtaking views from Glacier Point.
The Giant Sequoia trees were once thought to be the largest living things on earth and are still unequaled for sheer grandeur. John Muir once called the sequoia "the very god of the woods". On a guided walk to the Grizzly Giant* (96 feet in circumference and around 1,800 years old), you'll learn how seeds smaller than a piece of oatmeal can grow into trees that dwarf everything around them.
With an elevation of 3,214 feet over Yosemite Valley, the views of Yosemite Valley, Half Dome and the High Sierra are enduring. On your way to Glacier Point, you'll pass through what many consider to be the most entrancing region of the park, the "High Country" forests and wildflower meadows.