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Our most recommended Sierra Nevada, CA Day trips to Everglades National Park

San Francisco: Yosemite National Park & Giant Sequoias Hike

1. San Francisco: Yosemite National Park & Giant Sequoias Hike

Experience both the Yosemite Valley and the Giant Sequoia Walk on this day tour. See why artists and poets have been inspired for generations by the breathtaking sceneries at the national park. Since 1890, the beautiful Yosemite National Park has been the jewel of America's National Parks, possessing some of the best-known landmarks in the world, such as the tallest waterfall in North America, Yosemite Falls. Have 5 to 6 hours to explore the stunning national park, and take in the majestic natural wonders, accompanied by a complimentary audio-guided tour. See the spectacular Half Dome and El Capitan, two of the most frequently climbed cliffs in the world. It is also home to several groves of stunning Giant Sequoia trees, the largest trees on earth. The Giant Sequoia Walk is along 1 mile (1.5 km) of paved trail with a 400 ft (120 m) incline, snow depth permitting. On a group tour, view stunning panoramas, go on walks, and even hike a little, before returning to San Francisco. Or if you prefer, upgrade to a private tour for your group only.

Lake Tahoe: East Shore Trail Self-Guided Electric Bike Tour

2. Lake Tahoe: East Shore Trail Self-Guided Electric Bike Tour

Enjoy Lake Tahoe’s most scenic and enchanting coastal trail. Pedal along in comfort on a self-guided e-bike tour. See and feel Lake Tahoe differently as you soak up the breathtaking views and mountain vistas while cycling along the Sapphire Jewel’s most popular shoreline path. You'll ride along separate bike paths the whole way, so you can relax without having to worry about traffic. Cycle from Incline Village to Sand Harbor at your own pace. Enjoy numerous stops at beautiful beaches, stunning viewpoints, and coastal photo settings. Journey over bridges and along the shoreline to reach Sand Harbor – Lake Tahoe’s most beautiful state park.

Oakhurst: Yosemite Giant Sequoia Private Jeep Tour

3. Oakhurst: Yosemite Giant Sequoia Private Jeep Tour

Get ready to ride into the wilderness on a private Jeep tour through the Sierras. Your tour guide will drive you to see some of the Sierra’s most incredible scenery as you venture off into the forest to get to a Sequoia Grove. Crawl over granite plains, drive through dense woodland areas, and splash through creeks. Stop at Bass Lake Vista for a fantastic view of a local sporting lake. Next, head to a secluded Sequoia grove in the Sierra’s. Park up and get out, checking out old cabins from mining in the early 1900s as well as massive Sequoia stumps. This grove has a unique history as it was partially logged before the trees were protected. Then, you'll embark on a 1-mile round-trip hike to see the Bull Buck Tree, which reaches a staggering 270 feet tall and 80 feet around. It's one of the largest Sequoias on earth.

Lake Tahoe: Discover Kayaking or Paddleboarding Tour

4. Lake Tahoe: Discover Kayaking or Paddleboarding Tour

Enjoy a tour perfect for the beginner who wants to discover kayaking or stand up paddleboarding in a safe learning environment. You will receive a complete and thorough kayak or paddleboard lesson perfect for those with little-to-no prior experience. After your lesson, you will tour Lake Tahoe’s pristine coastline with your guide. More paddling tips as well as natural and human history will be discussed as you cruise through crystal-clear waters. Be mesmerized by the spectacular views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada mountain range. As the tour comes to an end, you will head back to the starting point, using your new paddling skills.

Lake Tahoe: North Shore Kayak or Paddleboard Tour

5. Lake Tahoe: North Shore Kayak or Paddleboard Tour

Embark on a scenic adventure at Lake Tahoe’s North Shore either via kayak or stand up paddleboard. After a quick introductory lesson on shore, head out and start paddling along the pristine coastline. Gaze at the views of the surrounding peaks as you paddle amongst boulders and get a glimpse of some of Tahoe’s most beautiful waterfront homes. Depending on lake conditions, you will paddle along the coast of King's Beach and among the boulders of Crystal Bay, or along scenic coastline towards Carnelian Bay. At midday, take a break at one of the local beaches in the area. Immerse yourself in the natural and human history of this very special alpine lake along the way. After your break, make your way back to the original meeting point with your guide.

Lake Tahoe: North Shore Stand Up Paddleboard Rentals

6. Lake Tahoe: North Shore Stand Up Paddleboard Rentals

Start your adventure at one of Tahoe's most relaxed and accessible beaches, Tahoe Vista. A local favorite for decades, this beach provides ample parking, onsite restrooms, plenty of shade, and picnic areas. It is the perfect beach to begin your self-guided paddle boarding adventure. After you receive your gear, choose a direction and paddle at your own pace. Pack a picnic lunch and head to one of many local beaches that dot the coastline. Enjoy the crystal clear waters of Lake Tahoe on your own schedule and paddle along the North Shore from King's Beach to Tahoe City or to Crystal Bay in Incline Village, Nevada. Explore for a half day or full day depending on option selected. As your day comes to an end, paddle back to Tahoe Vista and relax on the beach after a great day on the water.

Lake Tahoe: Sand Harbor Kayak or Paddleboard Tour

7. Lake Tahoe: Sand Harbor Kayak or Paddleboard Tour

Start your adventure at Sand Harbor, one of Tahoe’s most beautiful beaches. Immerse yourself in a comprehensive kayak or stand up paddle boarding lesson on the beach. Your knowledgeable tour guide will lead you along the pristine coastline that extends from Sand Harbor as you learn about the geology, ecology, and natural and human history of the lake. Navigate over mesmerizing turquoise waters and learn the interesting history of this area along the way. Enjoy a revitalizing midday lunch break on one of the local beaches. After lunch, head back to Sand Harbor with your guide and continue to soak up views of the surrounding Sierra Nevadas.

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What people are saying about Sierra Nevada, CA

The freedom to explore was wonderful (albeit short) - we had a good group that was reliable for each return, which motivated everyone. The driver Rob was absolutely amazing and engaging with us. (Though please provide improved equipment. The microphone in the bus was really bad and people in the back had difficulties to understand half of what was said. A lot of the 'Audio guide experience' was lost because of it. This was a bit unfortunate. But since it was a technical aspect, the driver had no influence on said technical difficulties)

Was a very long day, but we had an amazing tour guide (Ben ) who was so nice and engaging with the group. You could tell he had a genuine love for Yosemite, and he ensured that we maximised our time there. Only complaints on the trip were the bus wifi not present and the aircon not working that well . But other than that the trip was amazing. Definitely add this to your list of things to do

The trip was an excellent way to see the park in a day. The bus was comfortable. There was time to walk around the park. The only negative was they were at least 1/2 hour late picking us up. The guide was very knowledgeable and friendly.

Nice bikes with plenty of time to explore. Lake Tahoe is beautiful and riding the bike path is a great way to see the lake

Sully was an amazing on our kayak tour. Great information . Water and sunscreen a must.