P.O. BOX 1086,
Three Rivers CA 93271
Our tour will guide you through the deepest canyon in the United States, and travel along the impressive Kings River and see a number of spectacular geological pictures. Our tours will not be rushed. You have all the opportunities for capturing photos, see wildlife, and enjoy a delicious picnic lunch with our staff and other fellow travelers. Some of the highlights of the tour are:
The majority of the tour will be spent in the Giant Forest grove of giant sequoias before proceeding to other marvels and attractions of the Sequoia National Park. Our summer tours will include:
Full day tours may include stops at the Giant Forest Museum, Hospital Rock, or an easily accessible meadow
For winter, our tours will include
You won’t be cooped up in the bus throughout the tour. Once we go through the Giant Forest, we will be having several stops for you to explore and admire Sequoia and Kings National Park. We highly advise that you bring with you a camera so that you can take souvenir pictures of your tour, as well as water, snacks, and sunscreen. Depending on the season, the tour will stop at Wuksachi Lodge for lunch, or the hot grill/deli at Lodgepole in Sequoia National Park. Aside for lunch, these places as well as the Giant Forest Museum sell park souvenirs that you can bring home or share to your family and friends.
We offer both half-day and full-day tours. Our half-day tour is 3 ½ hours long, starting from Wuksachi Lodge. Our full-day tour is generally 8 hours long. However, out-of-control circumstances such as weather conditions, wildlife sighting, and other natural occurrences can affect the tour time.
Pick-ups are also done on specific locations. Full-day tour guests are picked up at their accommodations in Three Rivers, while half-day tour guests will be picked up at the Wuksachi Lodge in Sequoia National Park.
We love Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, and we wish to share that affection to our guests by guiding the tour full of energy, passion, care, sincerity, and respect – both for you and wildlife. Book your tour now with us though our website or by calling (559) 561-4189.