Travel to Yosemite National Park by:Teeny Ingberg
Yosemite National Park is a famous and popular place for people and families to spend their holidays and vacations. Most people would like to drive their cars or rent a car to the park, while other would prefer to fly to the surrounding airports then drive into it. The park covers 1189 square miles of area of granite cliffs, Sequoia groves, waterfalls, and streams. There are wide varieties of wildlife in the area for the visitors to see. Following the rules of the park, people can do things like wildlife watching, sightseeing, fishing, camping, lodging, skiing, gold panning and other activities.
There are information on the web about the transportation and traveling information.
It will be helpful to find out more traveling and local information about the park before actually taking the trip. You should check the weather and road conditions if you are planning to drive to the park, particularly during winter.
There are choices for staying in a hotel, lodging, or camping for your accommodation. You should call the park office or a traveling agent for more information about the trip. After your arrival at the park, go to the visitor center and Yosemite Museum, which will provide more information about the park geology, natural history and Indian culture. There are more tips about travel at http://www.fidetips.com/travel for you to read.
There are free shuttle buses for the visitors to travel in the park. Many attractions in the park for you and your family to enjoy like Giant Sequoia Groves, Yosemite Falls, Vernal Falls, Sierra Nevada Batholith or Rock, Half Dome, El Capitan, Tuolumne Meadows, Dana Meadows, Clark Range, Cathedral Range, Kuna Crest, Mount Dana, Mount Gibbs, Lyell Glacier, Tuolumne and Merced River. You should plan your visit and activities, so that you can maximize your experience with as many sightings as possible.
There are many wild animals in the park like Mule Deer, Ground and Grey Squirrel, Marmots, Coyote, Black Bear, Mountain Lions, Raven, Stellar Jay, Red-Tail Hawk, Peregrine Falcon, Rattlesnake, Rainbows and Golden Trout. Especially cautious about female animals with their cubs, since they will protect their babies and become wild if you get too near.
Prepare your camcorder and camera to film the beautiful wildlife and sceneries. If you do the research and planning before your visit, it will be a happy trip for yourself and the whole family. There are useful information for Yosemite National Park for accommodation, transportation, dining, and sightseeing from online websites, the park office, and travel agents.
About the author
Teeny is a writer for finance, computer, travel, cars, shopping and other subjects for many years, please visit http://www.fidetips.com/travel for more information.