Bay In a Day with Muir Woods from San Francisco

  • Tour code: 839-5878
  • Available: Daily(03/01/2017-02/28/2019)
  • Depart from: San Francisco, CA
  • Duration: 10 Hours
From USD$149

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Highlights:

This comprehensive guided San Francisco city tour explores all the top attractions of the city including the Giant Sequoias of Muir Woods. Exclusions: Hotel accommodation

Special Remarks:

  • Hotel pick ups and drop offs from most hotels in downtown
  • Drive over the Golden Gate Bridge and Vista Point View
  • Ferry Building stop with option to explore some of the vendors
  • Golden Gate Park stop
  • More stops and photo opportunities
  • Special attraction: Muir Woods
  • Free Wifi on bus and van

Pricing Details

Adult:$149
Child:$111
  • Child fare only applies to children under 11 years old
  • Please note that under California laws, childern under 8 years old must have car seats protection. Customers need to bring car seats by themselves. If not, tour operator will not allow children on bus.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 San Francisco
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Day 1 San Francisco

Enjoy an easy pickup at (or nearby) to your hotel. Meet your know-it-all guide. Start your Bay In a Day tour with a visit to Muir Woods. Sit back and relax as we journey to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area where the Giant Sequoias of Muir Woods await. Hug a tree! Think deep thoughts! On the way back, we will make a stop in the (usually) sunny, sea-side community of Sausalito.

In the late afternoon, enjoy a trip to the Palace of Fine Arts. After, we'll all journey across the grand Golden Gate Bridge, enter Golden Gate Park, see the Bison Paddock, enormous Dutch windmills and Spreckels Lake; arrive in Haight-Ashbury, see the Grateful Dead House, Jimi Hendrix Red House and Victorian homes that survived the fire of 1906. Pass through the storied Castro and its rainbow crosswalk and Mission districts. See the Mission Dolores. Catch views of awesome public buildings: SF City Hall, War Memorial Opera House, Pioneer Monument. Pass Nob Hill on our way to Union Square. There's a lot to see here! Grace Cathedral, the Fairmont and Mark Hopkins hotels and the Pacific Union Club. A close-up look at Chinatown. See North Beach, the Italian neighborhood of San Francisco. You will see Little Italy cafes, Washington Square Park, St. Peter & Paul Church, Telegraph Hill and Coit Tower. Jump off the tour here and have dinner if you like! Or continue on with your guide and get dropped off at your hotel.

San Francisco, the heart of central California's Bay Area, is famous for its iconic Golden Gate Bridge, its unique culture, and its position at the forefront of technological innovation. Beautiful weather and waterfront views await visitors as well!

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Inclusions

Exclusions

Please keep in mind that the tour duration may be too long for infants, but we leave this at your discretion.
  • Luggage policy: Only a handbag/ small carry-on is allowed.
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