Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Sightseeing

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have a Safety Policy?

Safety is our priority! Itineraries are subject to change based on weather and other unforeseen circumstances. Weather in the Sierra Nevada mountains can be hard to predict any time of year. Our goal is to stay safe and have a great day with you!

What should I wear?

Sturdy shoes, layered clothing, chapstick, hat, and sunscreen. If you are on the Winter Wonderland tour, dress for winter and bring warm, comfortable boots and clothing.

What should I bring?

Bring a camera, basic snacks,water bottle and sunscreen.

Will we be walking on these tours?

We customize the tours to our guest's abilities and requests. Walking is available at many of the sites we stop at. There are trails to suit all abilities and ages.

Where can I stay?

The National Parks have several lodges to choose from. The Dunlap, Miramonte area, west of Sequoia and Kings National Parks, has many Airbnbs.

What about meals?

On full day tours, you have the option while booking, to add on a boxed lunch for a fee. You are welcome to bring your own lunch on half day tours, as well as full day tours. We can also stop at a nearby lodge or market where you can purchase a meal or snack if desired.


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