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Expand your Horizons and Discover Redwood National Park; “the Empire of the Giants”
"The redwoods are ambassadors from another time!"

John Steinbeck

Redwood National Park, part of the Redwood National and State Parks (RNSP), is unknown to 98% of visitors who travel to California. Redwood National Park is home to some of the world's tallest trees hidden in old-growth coastal redwoods forests. Due to its remote wilderness location the Park is almost inaccessible to large bus tours and commercial tourism, making it one of the most appealing adventures in California.

Although the giant redwoods and giant sequoias share many similarities, they are two distinct species, so join us to find out more about these giants of the forest. Our passionate outdoor tour guides will lead the way to ensure an unequalled experience in Redwood National Park.

Hike with your expert guide to marvel not only at some of the tallest giant redwoods on earth, but also see some of the oldest known giant redwood trees in California that date back to between 2000 to 3,000 years. A California redwood stands on average 379 ft (116 m) tall, or slightly taller than a football field is long. The bark can be as thick as 4 ft and with a diameter of 34 ft, the giant redwood is also the largest tree in the world.

Besides Redwood National Park, you can visit other amazing off-the-beaten track state and national parks in the Redwood Empire, such as the Mystery Trees, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park and Jedediah Smith Redwoods Park. Additional side trips and adventures are on offer, such as a tour of Confusion Hill, the Mystery Trees, see the best Victorian homes in California located in Eureka, discover Klamath's Natural Wonders, see Patrick's Point State Park, Crescent City or visit hidden canyons where Jurassic Park movie was filmed. You can also explore the ‘Avenue of the Giants’ where your tour guide will drive you through the famous hollowed-out redwood trunks! And to top this you can dine at the Samoa Cookhouse - the oldest restaurant in California and the west - which continues the tradition of serving the most authentic western countryside meals.

This new and breathtaking outdoor adventure is a must see and has to be on every one’s bucket list - a unique journey worth the effort!

You can now choose between a:

- 2-day overnight adventure - click here to learn more

-or a 3-day travel package all included (highly recommended) - click here to learn more