Explore the beauty of the valleys and granite cliffs at Yosemite Park. Join this 14-hour tour from San Francisco for a memorable adventure and ever-etching memories. The guided bus tour starts at 6.30 AM and stops at 478 Post Street. What’s more? You will also be provided with English and Chinese commentary to make things easier for our foreign friends. You will love the sights of the Great Central California Valley. The entrance to the park is free, and you can explore it at your own pace, in leisure. The luxury coach has A.C. power outlet, Wi-Fi and a restroom. But there won't be food and beverages or a hotel drop-off.
Start early s you head to Yosemite National Park via a luxury bus. You will cross the San Francisco Bay Bridge very soon. As the tour proceeds to the Sierra foothills, you will be passing through some of Central Valley's most beautiful and scenic sites. At the park, you can rent a bike to cruise through the valley's glorious landscape. We will give you 5 hours, so do not forget to check out the Ansel Adams Gallery. Stop at the rangers' station for guided walks and informative facts on the location. Spend quality time in the Ahwahnee Indian village and go for a stroll along Merced Riverbank. The bus also passes by El Capitan, Yosemite Valley, Half Dome; Bridalveil, Vernal and Yosemite Falls.
Remember that you need to confirm your ticket at the booking time or earlier by reserving your ticket one day ahead. Hotel pick-ups require 3-day notice, and there are no infant seats available on this trip. Also, someone travelling with a foldable wheelchair need not worry as they can be accommodated on the bus. The Yosemite tour takes place throughout the entire day, and it is suitable for physically fit adults. 40 is the maximum seating capacity of this vehicle. Of course, wear comfortable clothes and get a pillow to rest your head while returning from this place. Cancel a day ahead to receive a full refund, and rescheduling can be done due to bad weather or poor attendance. So, what are you waiting for? Book now!