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Yosemite day trip from San Francisco, Best of Yosemite

  1. By kevin
  2. On Apr 26, 2018
  3. North America
  4. Travel Tips

To enjoy the best of Yosemite with our travel tips, and you can also book the right Yosemite day trip from San Francisco with discount price on the Globerouter.com website. If you go at the right time (and start your day a little earlier than usual), Mother Nature's wonders will reveal themselves to you in a miraculous and serene way.

Best of Yosemite:

The Sierras or Sierra Nevada in California has an interesting history that has fascinated both ancient tribal peoples and newer settlers for thousands of years. In fact, it extends back some ten thousand years in regards to human beings, but its geological history is much older. It is an area that has incredible diversity.

When discussing the history of the Sierra Nevada (California), most think of the pioneers or Native American tribes, but few give a second thought to the geology of the area and the amazing way in which the land developed over millions of years. In fact, the Sierras are still of great interest to tourists and the many scientists and researchers that are attracted to the area each year.

Yosemite day trip from San Francisco, Best of Yosemite

California State Mining Museum

The history of the gold rush in the Wild West has fascinated historians and tourists alike since the 19th century. The California State Mining Museum (CA) is the epitome of everything that era had to offer. It brings the history of these exciting moments in pioneering history to life in a truly unique fashion that is one stop amongst many in Mariposa that should not be missed.

Sierra Mono Indian Museum

The Sierra Mono Indian Museum has made a legend of the Mono Native Indians, with insights into their culture, heritage and way of life through live demonstrations and historical artifacts.

Wassama Round House

The Wassama Roundhouse State Historic Park in Ahwahnee, California has a long history and is used by local tribes for ceremonial purposes, welcoming outsiders to enjoy tours, events and demonstrations.