Visit Sequoia National Park
After morning pickup, head to LA, a wonderful place with shining, bright sun, and extremely charming music, art, architecture, theater and film, variety entertainment, sports technology, food and beverage, fashion shopping and many more! [Bakersfield]: Located in south central California, the local economy is based on agriculture and oil processing and manufacturing. [Kern County Museum]: There is an oil pavilion in the museum, which shows the history of oil extraction in this county [Visalia City Center]: It is located in the central Rift Valley area of the California Agricultural Center. It has the 46th largest city, with a population of about 260,000. This city grows more than 250 crops types and is also houses the world’s largest dairy production. It is a gateway town to and from Redwood National Park.
After Breakfast, meet in the lobby to head to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. The largest ancient pristine redwood grove in the world, covering an area of 460,000 acres. The redwoods in this forest area are particularly huge and are known to be thousands of years old. Stroll through the world’s largest redwood forest with the most magnificent mountain in the background. You can feel the thick bark, feeling and breathing the aura released by the Shenmu spirit, and further understanding the wonderful natural ecology of this place.
After breakfast, head to Reagan Presidential Memorial Library. The 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, the Reagan Memorial Library, is where you go to learn more about the extraordinary life of the politician. Here you can learn his history, from the actor (the last resting place) to entering politics and becoming president. The special memorial of the President is the treasure of this town. After, rest in bus enroute back to Los Angeles. We hope you had a memorable tour!
- -English and Chinese Speaking Tour Guide
- -Tips for Tour Guide and Driver is $10 per person per day.