Leaving from several downtown San Francisco hotels the Incredible Adventures gives visitors a stop in California's ... More
Leaving from several downtown San Francisco hotels the Incredible Adventures gives visitors a stop in California's Central Valley for breakfast and enter Yosemite from the south. Orientation to the valley includes views, shopping and lunch. In the afternoon, you will have three hours to do whatever you want, and after further guided touring through the valley, you will return to San Francisco sometime evening. This one-day adventure is charged per person. The three-day adventure starts much the same way, but you will be camping for two nights in the valley. The emphasis on these trips is guided and unguided hikes.
I cannot rate them based on the Napa Wine Tour because I never got to go on it, after the company stranded us in Muir Woods. After getting a little turned around in Muir Woods we returned back to the bus to find it gone. The company did not offer for the bus to come back (since apparently we just missed it) they simply said, "find your own way back".
After a very expensive ride back into the city we hoped the company would at least refund the trip we never made it on- nope. They have one of the worst customer service of any company I have experienced who do site seeing tours.
Although it is not posted or warned on any emails- they will leave you and not care what happens to you. Brian the General Manager says they stand by this policy. He was rude and unapologetic so ruining Napa for us and stranding us in a National Park.
I suggest if you want a tour or Napa, use a company that is friendly and looks out for their customers- and NOT INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES.
The tour we took of Muir Woods and Wine Country was nice enough, but it seemed like the driver would have rather been anywhere else in the world. He had not enthusiasm for the tour at all.
We left an I-pod on the van, which was located and returned to the office. Since we only had one day left in San Francisco, we asked that it be mailed to our home, which they agreed to do. It is July, and still no i-pod and no follow-up phone call from them.
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