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Not To Be Missed- Great Tour Guide/Driver

I've met three tour guides for this trip they were accommodating people friendly and So So Approachable. My guide was a German-American I can't Remember his name he was knowledgeable and also accommodating. He made sure we were comfortable at all times and well fed between our breaks whilst stretching our legs on our Stop offs. He was animative and made us felt being part of a team both singles and couples alike.. Yosemite is awesome....!! Breathtaking Views colourful Picturesque scenic views Wow Wow Wow..!! It appears S if it's something out of a fantasy movie especially at the mountainous the photograph is so colourfull you dont even need to adjust your camera filter or ISO Its so natural colour for Camera smart phones SLR and go-pro type action cameras. No adjustments just natural..!! If you forget your sandwiches no need to worry as at the National visitors centre Theres an awesome food restaurant and somewhere to fill your water bottle....its awesome...!!!

worth doing...some good hiking, but lots of time in the van

This trip packs a lot into a 3 day itinerary. The national parks are spectacular and definitely worth seeing. However they are spaced pretty far apart so you end up spending at least 3-6 hours per day in the van. Our guide did a good job of keeping us entertained in the van and also planned rest stops every 2 hours to break up the travel. There are several opportunities to go hiking but most of the hiking is optional (except for the Grand canyon rim walk - an easy 1h walk). If you are looking for an intensive hiking experience you won't have enough time. Day 1 included about 3 hours to hike in Zion and 2 hours in Bryce, which is not enough to do the Angels Landing hike if that's your thing. Day 2 did not include any time for hiking and was more for sightseeing. On day 3 we had 3 hours to hike the grand canyon. About half the people chose camping, and the other half a hotel. Hotel accommodations were good.

Antelope & Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce & Monument Valley Reviewed by Anonymous, 10/04/2019

Truly wonderful trip. Our tour Constantine is totally professional

Our tour guide Constantine is professional, entertaining, cares and looks after our safety. Gave us lots of useful tips like where to eat, how to make full use of our time, where to hike, how long is the hike, etc. throughout the journey there, he gave us a good solid introduction of SF's history, people, culture, the places we drived thru, Yosemite, etc.Worth the long drive and the tough hike down and up to see the giant trees.

Great Guide (Jim) and incredible scenery. Don't miss this one.

Jim was a great guide - on time and well planned. He knew some of the hidden gems that most people will walk right by. Great photographer and will take time to show you things your camera can do. Don't miss this experience.

Lake Tahoe: Half-Day Photographic Scenic Tour Reviewed by Jimmy, 10/03/2019

Great and so much fun but could be slightly cheaper

It was great and the staff were amazing but should be cheaper since it mainly consisted of a bus ride to the woods then to sausilito. That shouldn't cost $60 (if we excluded the $15 for woods entrance)