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Yosemite By Train

People from every corner of the United States — and the world — travel to Yosemite in central California to experience the awesome beauty of nature offered by this National Park. Getting to Yosemite by train with transfer into the valley by mini-bus is the most eco-friendly and relaxing way to get there. Once in the park The Valley Tram Tour takes visitors to view many highlights of Yosemite including Vista Point, Half Dome, Yosemite Falls and Bridal Veil Falls.

Choose from three tours to Yosemite:
  • Yosemite In-a-Day
  • Yosemite Overnight
  • Yosemite Holiday for two or more nights

All packages feature roundtrip Amtrak Coach class aboard the San Joaquin, minibus transfer through the Gold Country Hills and return, Yosemite National Park entrance fee, Yosemite Food Court lunch, guided Valley Tram Tour, full color souvenir Yosemite booklet (one per party) and all taxes.

Yosemite, one of the greatest wonders of the natural world, is a destination that can't be missed if you're a native to California, just visiting for the first time or desire to visit the park many times over in her ever-changing seasons.

Contact Key Holidays
  • 1-800-783-0783
  • Office hours: Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm PST
  • www.keyholidays.com
  • 1141 Bont Lane
    Walnut Creek, CA 94596

Photo: Kenny Karst.