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Yosemite Happy Campers’ Eco-tour from San Francisco: 3 Days

  • When does it run?

    Mon, Wed and Fri (20 May to 4 Jun & 26 Sep to 12 Oct)

    Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, and Fri (5 Jun to 25 Sep)

  • Start time

    8:15am

  • Duration

    3 days and 2 nights

Inclusions
  • Yosemite Happy Campers’ 3-day Eco-tour
  • Yosemite National Park entrance fee
  • All camping gear, except sleeping bag
  • Narrated guided tour by a full-time professional guide
  • Three meals on Day 2 (BLD) and two meals on Day 3 (BL)
  • Group hike in Yosemite High Country
  • Pickup and drop off at Hilton Hotel in Downtown San Francisco
  • Transport to and from Yosemite on a bio-fuelled bus

Key Highlights

  • Both printed and smartphone vouchers accepted
  • Camp in the Yosemite wilderness
  • See El Captain, Bridalveil Fall, Half Dome and many more
  • Have lunch in a Sequoia grove
  • Hike in Yosemite’s beautiful High Country
  • Lessen your environmental impact by riding a bio-fuelled minibus
  • Meet your friendly and professional tour guide

Overview

Note: While booking the tour, please mention the name, passport number and nationality for each traveller in the special requests section for making hotel bookings and insurance.

Explore Yosemite’s Half Dome, El Capitan, and Bridalveil Fall on a 3-day Yosemite Happy Campers’ 3-day Eco-tour!

On your way to Yosemite National Park, you’ll tread lightly in an environmentally friendly, bio-fuelled minibus! During this Yosemite vacation, you can sit around the campfire and share stories while you and your group cook a delicious meal. Then, relax with a dip in a nearby swimming pool or a soak in the hot tub! On the Yosemite Happy Campers’ 3-day Eco-tour, we’ve already taken care of your camping equipment and park entrance fees. You just need to bring your sleeping bag and get ready for all of the fun things to do in Yosemite!

About the Supplier: Incredible Adventure Tours is committed to protecting the California environment for future generations. All vehicles used operate on petroleum-free biofuel made from recycled cooking oil or plant-based stocks.

Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Mon, Wed and Fri (20 May to 4 Jun & 26 Sep to 12 Oct)

    Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, and Fri (5 Jun to 25 Sep)

  • Duration

    3 days and 2 nights

  • Start time

    8:15am

  • Meeting Point

    Make your way in front of the Mason Street entrance of the Hilton Hotel in Downtown San Francisco.

  • Ending Point

Itinerary

  • DAY 1 – GIANT SEQUOIAS

    Catch views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz Island and the incomparable San Francisco Skyline as we head east on the Bay Bridge. You’ll taste a piece of California’s rich agricultural hub as we pass through a slice of the Central Valley famous for specialty fruits and nuts such as almonds, walnuts, cherries, and strawberries. Once we reach the park, prepare to dine among giants as we arrive at a grove of Giant Sequoia trees.Climb the winding route 4,500 feet above sea level to the gorgeous vista at Tunnel View, which overlooks the expanse of Yosemite Valley and offers spectacular views looking east towards El Capitan, Half Dome, and Bridalveil Falls. Depending on timing, the group may stop off at Yosemite Village or take a quick excursion down a beginner hike before settling into camp.

  • DAY 1 – GIANT SEQUOIAS

    Catch views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz Island and the incomparable San Francisco Skyline as we head east on the Bay Bridge. You’ll taste a piece of California’s rich agricultural hub as we pass through a slice of the Central Valley famous for specialty fruits and nuts such as almonds, walnuts, cherries, and strawberries. Once we reach the park, prepare to dine among giants as we arrive at a grove of Giant Sequoia trees.Climb the winding route 4,500 feet above sea level to the gorgeous vista at Tunnel View, which overlooks the expanse of Yosemite Valley and offers spectacular views looking east towards El Capitan, Half Dome, and Bridalveil Falls. Depending on timing, the group may stop off at Yosemite Village or take a quick excursion down a beginner hike before settling into camp.

  • DAY 1 – GIANT SEQUOIAS

    Catch views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf, Alcatraz Island and the incomparable San Francisco Skyline as we head east on the Bay Bridge. You’ll taste a piece of California’s rich agricultural hub as we pass through a slice of the Central Valley famous for specialty fruits and nuts such as almonds, walnuts, cherries, and strawberries. Once we reach the park, prepare to dine among giants as we arrive at a grove of Giant Sequoia trees.Climb the winding route 4,500 feet above sea level to the gorgeous vista at Tunnel View, which overlooks the expanse of Yosemite Valley and offers spectacular views looking east towards El Capitan, Half Dome, and Bridalveil Falls. Depending on timing, the group may stop off at Yosemite Village or take a quick excursion down a beginner hike before settling into camp.

  • DAY 2 – YOSEMITE HIGH COUNTRY

    The early bird gets the worm when it comes to exploring the park! We’ll whip together a quick breakfast, slap together some sandwiches for lunch, and head off in the van to start our full day in Yosemite High Country. Are you ready for clear, sparkling lakes? Crisp, mountain air? Prepare to spend a full day exploring Yosemite’s picturesque lakes, hiking to mountain summits that overlook lush greenery, and passing through serene meadows. Your guide will make sure the group takes full advantage of the park while making sure everyone is comfortable, by customizing the hikes around the groups’ needs. If your group is not too wiped out by the day’s adventures, now is the time to swap stories and share drinks around the campfire with your new friends. Don’t forget to rest up before your last day at Yosemite!

  • DAY 2 – YOSEMITE HIGH COUNTRY

    The early bird gets the worm when it comes to exploring the park! We’ll whip together a quick breakfast, slap together some sandwiches for lunch, and head off in the van to start our full day in Yosemite High Country. Are you ready for clear, sparkling lakes? Crisp, mountain air? Prepare to spend a full day exploring Yosemite’s picturesque lakes, hiking to mountain summits that overlook lush greenery, and passing through serene meadows. Your guide will make sure the group takes full advantage of the park while making sure everyone is comfortable, by customizing the hikes around the groups’ needs. If your group is not too wiped out by the day’s adventures, now is the time to swap stories and share drinks around the campfire with your new friends. Don’t forget to rest up before your last day at Yosemite!

  • DAY 2 – YOSEMITE HIGH COUNTRY

    The early bird gets the worm when it comes to exploring the park! We’ll whip together a quick breakfast, slap together some sandwiches for lunch, and head off in the van to start our full day in Yosemite High Country. Are you ready for clear, sparkling lakes? Crisp, mountain air? Prepare to spend a full day exploring Yosemite’s picturesque lakes, hiking to mountain summits that overlook lush greenery, and passing through serene meadows. Your guide will make sure the group takes full advantage of the park while making sure everyone is comfortable, by customizing the hikes around the groups’ needs. If your group is not too wiped out by the day’s adventures, now is the time to swap stories and share drinks around the campfire with your new friends. Don’t forget to rest up before your last day at Yosemite!

  • DAY 3 – YOSEMITE VALLEY

    On the last morning, we’ll make a quick breakfast, prepare another brown bag lunch, make sure all the camping gear is put away before heading into Yosemite Valley. Did you pass up a hike on the way to a vista? Have you been pining after a particular swimming spot? Are you ready to stretch your legs and have a new self-guided adventure? Day three is the perfect time to choose your own adventure in Yosemite Valley. You can hike to a waterfall, rent a bicycle to cruise around the valley floor, check out the visitor’s center, museum, and Ansel Adams Gallery, or relax in the shade by the emerald green Merced River. Regroup for one final group activity, a visit to the El Capitan Meadow to watch the daredevil rock climbers conquering the largest granite monolith in North America. After a full day of exploring, we’ll make our way back to the San Francisco Hilton, arriving in the city around 8:30pm – 9pm.

  • DAY 3 – YOSEMITE VALLEY

    On the last morning, we’ll make a quick breakfast, prepare another brown bag lunch, make sure all the camping gear is put away before heading into Yosemite Valley. Did you pass up a hike on the way to a vista? Have you been pining after a particular swimming spot? Are you ready to stretch your legs and have a new self-guided adventure? Day three is the perfect time to choose your own adventure in Yosemite Valley. You can hike to a waterfall, rent a bicycle to cruise around the valley floor, check out the visitor’s center, museum, and Ansel Adams Gallery, or relax in the shade by the emerald green Merced River. Regroup for one final group activity, a visit to the El Capitan Meadow to watch the daredevil rock climbers conquering the largest granite monolith in North America. After a full day of exploring, we’ll make our way back to the San Francisco Hilton, arriving in the city around 8:30pm – 9pm.

  • DAY 3 – YOSEMITE VALLEY

    On the last morning, we’ll make a quick breakfast, prepare another brown bag lunch, make sure all the camping gear is put away before heading into Yosemite Valley. Did you pass up a hike on the way to a vista? Have you been pining after a particular swimming spot? Are you ready to stretch your legs and have a new self-guided adventure? Day three is the perfect time to choose your own adventure in Yosemite Valley. You can hike to a waterfall, rent a bicycle to cruise around the valley floor, check out the visitor’s center, museum, and Ansel Adams Gallery, or relax in the shade by the emerald green Merced River. Regroup for one final group activity, a visit to the El Capitan Meadow to watch the daredevil rock climbers conquering the largest granite monolith in North America. After a full day of exploring, we’ll make our way back to the San Francisco Hilton, arriving in the city around 8:30pm – 9pm.

Inclusions & Exclusions

  • Yosemite Happy Campers’ 3-day Eco-tour
  • Yosemite National Park entrance fee
  • All camping gear, except sleeping bag
  • Narrated guided tour by a full-time professional guide
  • Three meals on Day 2 (BLD) and two meals on Day 3 (BL)
  • Group hike in Yosemite High Country
  • Pickup and drop off at Hilton Hotel in Downtown San Francisco
  • Transport to and from Yosemite on a bio-fuelled bus
  • Sleeping Bag (available on rent)

Please note

Voucher Type: Mobile (if you'd rather print a copy - that's fine too!)

Luggage Restrictions: Travel light. Backpacks, suitcases not recommended. 

Dietary Requirements: If you have any specifications, let us know at the time of booking.

Sleeping bag rental costs $20 per person. If you do not have one, please let us know and we will pack one for you.

You can request to upgrade to a hotel room.

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