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Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park

 

Join us on a guided tour! Visiting these National Parks is an unforgettable experience.

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Go beyond the guide books and experience the parks through expert eyes. Book a day trip with a world class guide to show the best the parks have to offer to you, your family, or your small group. With your own dedicated guide, your trip can be catered to your exact interests and needs. After all, we’re all about creating good trips for every human.

From $1255 per group

Spend a full day wandering in groves of giant sequoia trees, some of the largest living organisms on our planet.

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From $1255 per group

Spend a full day discovering one of the region’s least explored gems – a mile-deep canyonthat rivals the Grand Canyon’s beauty.

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From $2395 per group

Spend two days with your guide exploring groves of sequoias and the vastness of King’s Canyon.
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We offer custom itineraries for families, friends, and corporate groups. Whether you want to camp in the backcountry or enjoy day trips while sleeping in comfortable hotels, we can plan the perfect adventure for your group! Explore some of our sample itineraries and contact us so we can plan your dream vacation!

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Region Overview

California has called to adventurers for generations. It is truly a state of extremes. Home to both the highest and lowest points in the continental US, the ecosystems of California range from enchanting and remote deserts to rugged, snow-covered mountains.

Our trips will take you to some of the most iconic destinations in America as you learn about the fascinating history and ecology of the great frontier.

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

The largest living trees on the planet stand like sentinels throughout Sequoia National Park, guarding the entrance to the rugged and remote Kings Canyon. Wander through groves of giants and discover one of the Sierra’s best kept secrets.

Sequoia & Kings Canyon FAQ’s

 

Your Trip Questions Answered!
When is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks is typically in the late spring (May to June) and early fall (September to October) when the weather is pleasant and crowds are smaller. While the summer months are more popular, a private tour with a Good Trip guide can help navigate the park and take you to hidden gems and off-the-beaten-path adventures.

What will the weather be like?

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks experience a range of climates due to their varied elevations. In the foothills, summer temperatures can exceed 100°F (38°C), while higher elevations may experience cooler temperatures and occasional snowfall in winter. Visitors should be prepared for temperature fluctuations and check weather forecasts before visiting.

What highlights might I see?

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are renowned for their majestic groves of giant sequoia trees, including the iconic General Sherman Tree, the world’s largest tree by volume. Highlights also include the impressive granite cliffs of Moro Rock and Grant Grove in Kings Canyon.

Will I see wildlife?

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are home to a diverse array of wildlife, including black bears, mule deer, mountain lions, and numerous bird species. Visitors may also encounter squirrels, chipmunks, and other smaller mammals while hiking or camping in the parks’ wilderness areas.

Should I combine this trip with another National Park?

Combine your trip with Yosemite National Park (2.5 hours), renowned for its iconic granite cliffs, waterfalls, and ancient sequoia groves.

Are there any entry regulations I should know about?

Neither Sequoia nor Kings Canyon require vehicle reservations or timed entry.

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