Incredible Adventures BLOG

It’s been an Incredible year and we have captured some Incredible moments. Check out 15 of our favorite photos taken on our tours to Yosemite, Muir Woods and Wine Country in 2015! ...
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 Incredible Adventures knows it's not about where you spend the holidays this season, but it's who you spend them with! Wishing you all health, love, prosperity and of course - adventure in 2016! ...
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With the opening of Badger Pass - It is officially Winter in Yosemite National Park. After record dry months and ski area shut downs last year , El Nino already seems to be turning all of that around.The Sierras have experienced snowfall since mid-November and now, Badger Pass is finally ready to op ...
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If you want to see the most of San Francisco most efficiently, your best bet would be the Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus Tours. These double-decker open-top buses allow you to explore each neighborhood at your leisure while a local guide points out the city’s major attractions.Since Incredible Adventures se ...
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Recently, our guides and staff put our operations on hold and reported to the great outdoors! In honor of an Incredible Summer season, we celebrated a job well done the best way we know how - with a good ol’ fashioned campout. It has been our busiest year to date. Our operations increased by m ...
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Your day to Muir Woods and Sonoma Valley is incredibly eventful already.You’re going to stare in awe at the height of the giant Redwoods.You’re going to drink some of the best wine that California has to offer with some of the most picturesque acres of vineyards as your backdrop.Could you imagi ...
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Can you believe Yosemite National Park is 125 years old this year? It’s true! October 1 marks the anniversary of Congress' act that officially protects Yosemite’s natural wonders.Consider 10,000 years of Native American occupancy, 40 or so years of settling pioneers looking for gold and the ...
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Just north of our city of San Francisco, and just a bit farther north of wine country where we travel with our passengers everyday, one of the most devastating fires in our state’s history is raging. At this time, nearly 600 homes have burned and an estimated 13,000 people have been displaced wit ...
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We think the best way to help our customers book tours in the city is to send our representatives out to experience them first hand. So we sent Leslie, one of our Customer Service Reps (CSR), to visit the Aquarium of the Bay. As a sea life enthusiast and tourist for the day, she brought her boyfrie ...
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 When you’re a musician, months at a time are spent on the road. Performing in cities across the country, artists run into all sorts of people with different cultures and values. Whereas a city like San Francisco has access to all sorts of eco-friendly options, it would be much harder to com ...
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