This was such a great way to see the park, Steve was very knowledgeable, interesting and really enjoyed telling us the history of the park. Both my teenage children loved the tour and we saw things we never would of managed to find ourselves.
Private Sequoia Half-Day Tour
Tour Leaves From Inside the Park
Visit the World’s Largest Tree
Experience the Giant Forest and More
Soak in the incredible magnitude and presence of the colossal Sequoias and their natural surrounding
Get up close and personal with the ancient towering Sequoia trees. Bask in the awe of the General Sherman Tree – the world’s largest, living tree and many other breathtaking, natural wonders. Perfect for all ages and abilities, our intimate and informative tours take you where large tour groups simply can’t go. We’ll take all the stress out of the day so you can relax and soak up the beauty of nature.
Explore the grandeur of the Giant Forest and other natural wonders
Many opportunities for stunning panoramic photos and native, wildlife sightings like bears, deer and other woodland creatures
Escape the crowds as you visit our expert guide’s favorite lesser-known trees
Knowledgeable and friendly, local guide
Transportation in a comfortable air-conditioned tour vehicle, not a giant bus
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$650 for 1 to 4 persons. $79 for each additional person (maximum of 12 people).
Courtesy pick up a Wuksachi Lodge Inside Sequoia National Park. If you are staying out side of the park in Three Rivers we recommend booking a Sequoia Full Day Tour.
7 days a week, May-October
Private tours are available at a fixed rate for 1 to 4 people with an additional charge for each additional person (up to 12 people).
- Transportation in a comfortable, air-conditioned tour vehicle
- Fun, friendly, and knowledgeable guides
- Park entrance fee
What to bring
- Extra water, and snacks, if needed
- Depending on the season you might want to have a sun hat, gloves, a warm hat, rain jacket, sweater, or a heavy coat
See our FAQ page for more details.
About your guide
One naturalist guide per group.
What You'll See and Do
Our Sequoia National Park Half-Day Tour is the ideal choice for those already staying inside the park, or who want to make the drive from the entrance to the lodge at their own pace. Making our way from the Wuksachi Lodge, we’ll make stops in the aptly-named Giant Forest full of majestic Sequoias. Here you’ll meet the Park’s most famous resident, the General Sherman Tree – the largest tree on the planet. Looking upwards its staggering height will take your breath away. Other stops include the viewpoint at Moro Rock with its stunning lookout, Tunnel Log, so big it’s possible to pass under by foot or by car, and Auto Log, where you can walk the length of a Sequoia giving you a different perspective on just how massive these trees truly are.
Visiting Sequoia National Park can seem like a daunting experience on your own. We pride ourselves on offering the highest quality tours and taking the stress out of navigating the Park. Skip the lines, shuttle busses, and massive impersonal groups. Our intimate tours are the ultimate Sequoia experience, featuring local guides with extensive knowledge of the Park. We’ll take you to areas few people see or would even know are there! Make the most of your Sequoia tour and maximize your experience in our comfortable air-conditioned vehicle.
At the end of the day, you won’t leave empty-handed. In addition to stunning photos and lasting memories, each guest goes home with a complementary Sequoia Seed growing kit so you can grow your own Sequoia tree!
See What Our Guests Are Saying
Amazing!!! My family and I learned a lot about the giant sequoia trees and the national forest. The scenery was gorgeous and just truly breathtaking. The best was that our guides could go places that we couldn’t really drive to on our own.
Great half day tour! We thouroughly enjoyed our half day tour thanks to our guide, Jean Paul. He was friendly and knowledgable and made our tour a great experience! I would highly recommend this tour as there is alot of information you would not get if you see the various sites yourself.