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Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon
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Yosemite, Sequoia & Kings Canyon
2024 Trip Availability
Trip Details
  • 8 Nights
  • May 15 — August 15, 2024
  • San Francisco, California

  • Walk softly among the largest living organisms in the world, the giant sequoia trees
  • View the magnificent waterfalls around the Valley floor in Yosemite
  • For the more adventurous and very fit, spend a day hiking up Half Dome
  • Splash in an off the beaten path swimming hole, accessible by a short hike in the southern part of Yosemite
  • Try and spy climbers ascending El Capitan, a 3,000 foot monolith, from the Valley floor
  • Rent a raft or tube and float the Merced River
  • Find the General Sherman tree and bask in the grandeur of the single largest tree in the world

Pricing per RV

Up to 4 Passengersadditional passengers extra

Pay Your Deposit By :
September 15October 15November 15December 15January 15
Standard Price*
Peak Price*
Travel During July and August
Extras / Add-Ons :
Additional Passenger (maximum of 3) $600 / each$600 / each
Extra Night at Existing Campsite$600 / night$600 / night
Class A RV Option$900$900
Optional Add-On ExcursionsSee Below

* Please note : a surcharge of $1,000 will be applied for trips that begin August 23 – 31

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From granite mountains to giant sequoias, this trip hits the highlights of 3 of California’s most spectacular National Parks. Start your tour in the Bay Area, then head east to Yosemite with its impressive waterfalls, towering cliffs, rounded domes, and massive monoliths. Visit the country’s second oldest National Park, Sequoia, home of the Giant Forest where four of the world’s five largest sequoias are found. Top it off with an incredibly scenic drive into Kings Canyon, “a rival to Yosemite” according to famed naturalist John Muir.

“It was the best holiday of our lives. It gave us back the freedom we used to experience as back-packers, but with the comforts that we have grown to appreciate.”


– The Barrow Family, England


San Francisco – 1 night
Check into your hotel, then see popular landmarks Telegraph Hill, Lombard Street, Fisherman’s Wharf, and Pier 39.
San Francisco to Yosemite: 170 miles

Yosemite National Park – 3 nights
View granite monoliths, domes, and waterfalls. Walk amongst giant sequoias. You might consider a guided hike to make the most of your time.
Yosemite to King’s Canyon: 150 miles

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks – 3 nights
Don’t miss Giant Forest, where four of the world’s five largest sequoias reside, and take a trail to a glacial lake or Crystal Cave.
King’s Canyon to Sequoia: 40 miles; Sequoia to Bay Area: 190 miles

San Francisco – 1 night
Spend your last night at a campground near the metro San Francisco area.

Optional Add-On Excursions

There are hundreds of guided experiences you could do along the way. These are the ones we think are worth your time and money. Keep it simple or load it up! Our Team will help you decide which ones are right for you. Prices are below with the descriptions and are subject to change by the suppliers.