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- Nature and wildlife
- Art and photography
- Winter sports
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If you are thinking of a trip to Yosemite National Park you might wonder where to stay. You can choose from any of the holiday rentals inside the park or you can stay throughout the Sierras. If you choose to stay inside the park, you can choose from rustic to more majestic accommodation. Stay close to nature with the basic facilities including showers and laundry in the main campsites. If you prefer to stay outside the park, it is going to add an extra experience of your stay in California but still close enough to the park attractions. You will find a wide range of holiday rentals close to any of the five entrances of the park, including camping and glamping options.Great comfort in the middle of the park
Enjoy a wonderful stay in Yosemite National Park in a wooden cabin, a traditional holiday rental or in a tent. Here you can opt for big holiday rentals with enough room for 10 people, small groups, families and couples. Many lodgings are child-friendly with plenty of space for playing, big terraces, lounge areas and cosy spaces to share nice evenings by the fireplace. If you want to enjoy the bubbles of the hot tub after a long day in the park, you can choose those holiday rentals with this option.
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The area and getting around
Yosemite is not just a valley but a national park with stunning glaciers, impressive granite and a gem of nature surrounded by the serene High Sierra. The beautiful waterfalls are a sight to stare at or even take a dip! Marvel at the ancient sequoia trees, explore the valleys, the Bridalveil Fall or the cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome. The landscapes are breathtaking picture-perfect scenes that have been captured by great photographers and now you can do the same. In the village you can visit the Yosemite Museum and the Ansel Adams Gallery.Prepare your trip in advance
Avoid congestion and traffic and get early to the park to avoid the crowds. Plan your routes in advance and get the Wilderness permit if you are planning an overnight hiking trip. It is really important that you do not feed the animals! And as you are on your way out of the park, leave nothing but footprints. Be aware that mobile phone service is limited in the area and at some point, you will not be able to receive or make any calls. So, pack enough food and water for the day, a first aid kit and lots of patience as you will be there with many other visitors. Enjoy wilderness and nature as pure as it comes.
Travellers and activities
Yosemite is very well known for its waterfalls, which are better to see during spring time, especially May and June. In August they completely dry and then during autumn storms. Waterfalls are all over the park ranging from big to small. You can see Yosemite Fall from many points of the park. This wonderful sight is one of the tallest in the world and it is formed by the Upper Yosemite Fall, the middle cascades and the Lower Yosemite Fall. A day of hiking can take you to the top of it. Enjoy the views of Sentinel Fall, Ribbon Fall and Horsetail Fall. Bridalveil Fall is the first you will see as you enter the valley.Yosemite for photography and art lovers
Yosemite is a vast extension of natural landscapes and impressive views that will take your breath away as you enter the valley. The majestic waterfalls roaring in the spring, the rocky formations with its towering peaks, the varied wildlife and the flora of the area are the perfect playground for photography lovers. Take your camera and prepare your lenses to capture every tiny little detail that will be in your memory card and in your memory forever. The scenic views are the perfect picture for a blank canvas. This is a natural source of endless inspiration for painters who can catch the bouncing of light and the splashing water as it falls from high above. At the Ansel Adams Gallery you can choose from a photography class to a photography walk and some workshops that will tell you the best tips to capture the best shots with your own camera.
„Did you know Yosemite’s granite rock formations are a unique and impressive show of lights? They turn red like fire at sunset.“
Top 5 travel tips in Yosemite
Wawona is originally home American Indians and Clark’s Station became Wawona Hotel. You can visit the visitor centre from May to October and Pioneer History Centre all year round. In Wawona you can go camping, fishing, horseback riding, picnicking and birdwatching. Take long walks and hikes and enjoy some golfing from spring to autumn. IN the summer you can practise your favourite water activities and include the Ranger and Interpretive Programs.2. Go hiking
The best way to experience Yosemite is by taking a hike and explore the National Park. Some of the best areas to hike include Yosemite Valley. From easy to moderate and strenuous trails that will allow you to enjoy incredible views as you take your steps. Enjoy day hikes across Glacier Point Road and choose the route according to your fitness level. Hetch Hetchy offers several trails with different difficulty and the Crane Flat area is where two of the three groves of giant sequoias are. The White Wolf and the Tuolumne Meadows area are accessible only by car via tioga Road. Check the list at the information centre and plan your route to enjoy a safe and pleasant hiking day.3. Yosemite on two wheels
Cycling is one of the activities you can do here. You can cycle along 12 miles of paved cycling paths in the valley. You can also cycle on the main roads using the compulsory helmets. If you need extra help you can rent an e-bike. Be aware that off-trail riding and mountain bikinis are not allowed in the park. You can bring your own bike or you can rent it there.4. Yosemite from the top
Yosemite is one of the greatest areas for climbing lovers. You can seek your own challenge and climb the Merced River Canyon or the Tuolumne Meadows domes. Big walls, small walls, crags and cracks that will test your climbing skills. Climbers need to be aware of the conservation guidelines to reduce the impact on the rocks, the valley and the entire park.5. Snow and Yosemite, a unique combination
A different way of knowing Yosemite is practising your favourite winter sports! From mid-December through March you can practise some downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snow tubing and sledding. There is also an ice rink at Curry Village for those who like ice skating.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Yosemite National Park
On average, what was the cost of holiday rentals in Yosemite National Park in 2020, the year hit by the coronavirus pandemic?
Considering the average price of £441.45 per night, Yosemite National Park lies at the upper end of the price range for holiday lettings in the USA.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Yosemite National Park?
If you seek to get the most out of your money, the cheapest months to visit Yosemite National Park are December (£356.19 per night for accommodation, on average), March (£359.37), and February (£368.06).
When does the price of holiday rentals in Yosemite National Park go up the most?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2020, that the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of July (£533.98), August (£523.38), and June (£522.8).
Is Yosemite National Park a good location for a spontaneous getaway?
So you don't run out of accommodation options in Yosemite National Park, it is necessary to think ahead, as 76% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
When are more holiday lettings available?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of accommodations available in Yosemite National Park were May, January, and April with average availabilities of 51.6%, 41% and 40%, respectively.
When are there fewer rental options available in Yosemite National Park?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Yosemite National Park are, in order, August (with 1.2% of available rentals), September (4%), and July (5%).
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