Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the 3-Day Yosemite Camping Adventure from San Francisco. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Beautiful place and 3 days definitely the minimum you should spend there.
Fabulous trip, would recommend it to anyone. We travelled as a family of 3, all others were single backpackers, but it was fine. A few of the activities were better for the singles and mealtimes were pretty eratic, but that was a small price to pay for such a cool trip. Best moment...messing around on a log in the lake. Worst moment... trying to sleep in a really hot tent!
My experience with Incredible Adventures 3-day camping Adventure was very enjoyable. Our guide was very familiar with the national park and took us to some very picturesque places for hiking, swimming and sight seeing.
The only downside to this experience was the campsite. It was very dusty and dirty.
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Highly recommended. The walks up the hill and the professional guides make the whole trip extremely fun.
I wanted a chance to spend some time at Yosemite and this fitted the bill.
Yosemite was great... Our guide Sonia was great. The only little disappointment for me was because out of those 3 days, we only spent in time in the Yosemite National Park for 4 hours... Too many to explore there and all was very exciting. Too much time spent in driving from one spot to another.
Great way to see Yosemite in short time frame + budget. If you get a good tour leader the trip would be great - unfortunately ours was simply ok and certainly didn't give us any local knowledge either on the trip up or in the Park.
I was under the impression that we would be camping inside the park. The campsite was very dirty and was more like a rest area on the side of the road. We ate dinner at midnight and 11pm at night and had to wake up our guide in the morning. We did not get on the road to start our day until 11am or noon. The guide kept asking us what we wanted to do and no one in the group had been to Yosemite before so we were all slightly confused. One person was suffering from a stomach virus and the guide was not prepared to deal with it. We spent a lot of time in the parking lot trying to comfort them instead of taking them to a medial clinic. Yosemite is a must-see but I think the two-day is sufficient assuming you have a group that is prepared, organized and everyone is well.