Impressions of the Yosemite National Park stay with you long after returned home from this enchanting wilderness. Situated in Sierra Nevada Mountains, a Unesco World Heritage site locks you in amazement at the first step of the adventure ahead. Rivers blazing through giant rocks, flower fields and snow-covered highlands of High Sierras. On your way to Yosemite Valley, where the biggest of the waterfalls in the park can be found, catch a view of the Cathedral Rocks at El Capitan Meadow. If experienced climber take on the El Capitan, one of Yosemite's jewels and reach to the top of the world’s largest granite monoliths. For a different perspective stroll along, hike around or bicycle to Mariposa Growe, the biggest grove of colossal sequoias with 500 mature trees spread over 250 acres. This fantastic place has 4-foot trails available to explore. Mirror and Cathedral lakes, apart from their obvious beauty and numerous trekking paths offer a variety of activities depending on the season. Rafting in the spring, boating or fishing in the summer, all with respect to the parks regulations. You may opt-in for a simple stargazing at night complimented with sights and sounds of the nature around you.