A small group tour in San Francisco, California, taking you to a green field with a majestic mountain in the background.

Lunchtime in Sonoma Town Square

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 imagine your day getting any better? Well just around lunchtime – it does! Here are some ways you can spend your free time in historic Sonoma Town Square:...
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Grand Canyon South Rim

Happy 99th, National Park Service!

A bit of history for ya: In 1882, Yellowstone was signed into law as protected land. As some years went by, other monuments and natural/historic areas were recognized, but the management of these properties was assigned to multiple agencies from the War Department to the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture. In 1915, to...
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Jolie Ginsberg and Brian Deninger embark on incredible adventures in San Francisco, California.

Biodiesel: By All Means

National Biodiesel Board recently featured our company on America’s Advanced Biofuel website. We were selected as one of eight stories to highlight Biodiesel in Action from coast-to-coast. Check out their video interview here! It was the middle of the night when our owner, Jolie Ginsburg, woke up with a harsh realization: Our petroleum tours to the...
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Cheers! Wine tasting at Imagery in Sonoma County on our Napa & Sonoma tour

Open That Bottle!

Come on, open it. You know the bottle we’re talking about. The expensive one you bought on vacation in Napa 5 years ago. The one you got as an anniversary present, or from your boss for a job well done, or that you bought for a “special occasion” that never really manifested. Yeah, THAT bottle....
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Lake Tahoe in California is a breathtaking destination for small group tours. Nestled amidst the captivating Sierra Nevada Mountains, this picturesque lake offers a serene escape within close proximity to Yosemite National Park. Explore the enchant

Meet Our New General Manager: JD Boyle!

We are proud to announce that Incredible Adventures has found a General Manager! Since our previous GM (Gussy Haun) made the move to grad school in South Carolina in December and transitioned to managing our group contracts, we’ve been on the hunt for the right person to join our team and fill her role. JD...
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A lake surrounded by mountains in Yosemite National Park, California.

FAQ: Winter in Yosemite

Q) Do you go to Yosemite year-round? A) Incredible Adventures travels to Yosemite EVERY DAY. Many tour companies around here shut down their Yosemite operations during the snowy winter months, but we’re one of the few that stay operational year ’round! With the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years’ Day (the only 3 days we...
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Explore the breathtaking beauty of Yosemite Falls while embarking on an unforgettable tour in California's renowned Yosemite National Park.

Winter with IA

Despite the freakishly warm weather in San Francisco, our summer season at Incredible Adventures is officially at a close! We welcome the shoulder season, as we ease into winter both here in San Francisco, and out on the road in Yosemite National Park and in Wine Country. Our Yosemite 1-Day , Muir Woods and Wine, and Napa & Sonoma Wine...
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A woman enjoying a small group tour near Yosemite National Park, close to San Francisco.

People Don’t Care About Climate Change? Think Again.

Climate change is real, and people ARE paying attention. Tomorrow, over a hundred world leaders in many fields (including President Barack Obama) are gathering for a Climate Summit at the UN headquarters in New York to begin work on a global agreement to address climate change. The Climate Summit’s website says “The Climate Summit will be about action...
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Sleeping bags to be donated to people in need in San Francisco

Sustainable Travel: Donating Camping Gear

Being sustainable in this industry is difficult; there’s a lot of waste inherent in travel. One of the major issues we face as a green business is what to do with all of our lightly used (and sometimes more than lightly used) gear. Providing camping trips in Yosemite (and adventurous experiences all over the United States) results...
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A glass of red wine in hand is always great

I Heart Wine: Drinking for Health

Bad news for couch-potato drinkers. A new study called “In Vino Veritas” was presented on September 2, 2014 at the ESC Congress by Prof Milos Taborsky of the Czech Republic. This study showed that though wine DOES protect against cardiovascular disease, it only works if you exercise. The theory of heart-healthy wine consumption has been...
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