Yosemite and Tahoe

Yosemite and Tahoe information and booking

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$410
$455
  • Duration
    3
    days
  • Physical rating
    4
  • Culture Shock
    2

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Schedule Details

Departs from
San Francisco
Accommodation
Camping (with facilities)
Group Size
Maximum of 13 travellers per group
Transportation
Private vehicle
Important Notes
1. This trip departs at 8am on day 1 and finishes at approximately 5pm on day 3.

Highlights

Enjoy the cosmopolitan buzz of beautiful San Francisco Bay, Check out your reflection in Yosemite's Mirror Lake, Camp on the shores of Lake Tahoe and spend free time sailing or kayaking, Visit Yosemite, hiking your way along iconic mountain trails, Be awed by California's picture-perfect mountain vistas, Marvel at Yosemite's ancient, towering sequoias

Tour description provided by Intrepid

Venture out from San Francisco Bay on a three-day adventure to Yosemite and Tahoe. Spend time enjoying water sports in California's laidback Lake Tahoe before continuing on to the splendour of Yosemite National Park. Hit Yosemite's hiking trails to see iconic sights, impressive waterfalls and mountain vistas that are bound to captivate. Return to the uber-trendy city of San Francisco, a great place to hang out and reflect on this bite-sized California adventure.

Itinerary

Day 1 San Francisco/Lake Tahoe
As a truly multicultural city, San Francisco has a wealth of cuisines, cultures, artistic events and eclectic scenes over every hill and around every corner. Exhilarating in winter and gorgeous in the summer, Lake Tahoe is a popular holiday resort all year around to ski, snowboard, cycle, waterski and hike.
Day 2 Yosemite National Park
If heaven descended to Earth, it would probably look like Yosemite. One of America's most popular national parks, its waterfalls, dramatic cliffs and wilderness areas are breathtaking.
Day 3 San Francisco
With iconic sights like the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Lombard Hill, The Castro and Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco is one of the world's most visited cities.