Yosemite National Park is an American national park lying in the western Sierra Nevada of Central California, bounded on the southeast by Sierra National Forest and on the northwest by Stanislaus National Forest The park, which is managed by the US National Park Service, covers an area of 747,956 acres (1,168681 sq mi; 302,687 ha; 3,02687 km2) and sits in four counties: centered in Tuolumne and Mariposa, extending north and east to Mono and south to Madera County Designated a World Heritage Site in 1984, Yosemite is internationally recognized for its granite cliffs, waterfalls, clear streams, giant sequoia groves, lakes, mountains, meadows, glaciers, and biological diversity Almost 95% of the park is designated wilderness Read more about Yosemite National Park
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Tiger was sitting on a log, Leopard with a cub sitting on a tree, Elephants, gaur, sambar, malabar giant squirrel. White bellied woodpecker, crested serpent eagle, green imerial pigeons, streak throated woodpecker and crested hawk eagle. Crocodiles and Rattlesnake.
How to reach?
Fresno/Yosemite International Airport (FAT) - 125 hours to Southern entrance via Highway CA-41 25 hours to the heart of Yosemite Valley 3½ hours to Tuolumne Meadows Public transportation from Fresno to Yosemite is available via the Yosemite Area Regional Transit System (YARTS)San Francisco International Airport (SFO) - 2 ½ hours to Big Oak Flat entrance via Highway CA 120, 3 ½ hours to heart of Yosemite Valley 4-5 hours to Tuolumne Meadows Public transportation available to Yosemite