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The Ultimate Day in the Bay-Includes Muir Woods

  • Comprehensive introduction to the Bay Area in just a matter of hours
  • See Muir Woods, Sausalito, and San Francisco in one day
  • Guided tour provides commentary about sights are you pass
The Ultimate Day in the Bay-Includes Muir Woods
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The Ultimate Day in the Bay-Includes Muir Woods
A sightseeing bus tour makes it easy for time-strapped travelers to see the San Francisco Bay Area's major attractions in just one day, without skimping on insight and photo ops not offered by smaller walking tours. Plus, a trip across the Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods and Sausalito saves you the time, bridge tolls, and the headaches of traveling to these packed destinations on your own.
What to Expect
Make your way to Fisherman’s Wharf to meet your guide and board your bus. Set off for a sightseeing drive through San Francisco’s distinct enclaves, including busy outdoor markets in Chinatown, celebrity mansions in Pacific Heights, and streets lined with sidewalk cafes in North Beach.

Other sights include the famous Painted Ladies on Alamo Square, sites from the Summer of Love in the Haight-Ashbury, and a panoramic viewpoint of the entire city from Twin Peaks. Listen to commentary from your guide, and stop to take photos throughout the drive.

Then, head across the Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods National Monument, and spend time strolling through the grove of giant redwood trees. Take a quick ride to Sausalito, a small town on the bay. Spend just enough time here to shop for souvenirs or grab lunch before returning to your original departure point.
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Reviewed yesterday
Awesome Tour!

This trip is well worth every dollar! Our guide, Rolando, was a native San Franciscan who is passionate about his home town and effectively spread that enthusiasm to us as visitors. We were taken to many of the notable places the city is known for...More

Thank 889willyw
Reviewed 2 days ago
Excellent tour - thorough, complete and excellent value! Tour guide was fabulous!

If you're going to do one tour of SFO - this is it! In one day, you see Muir woods, the highlights of SFO, and Alcatraz. Adam, our tour guide, was amazing. He shared the best stores and has a plethora of interesting experiences with...More

Thank Kingston_kid
Reviewed 4 days ago
A must do trip for anyone visiting San Francisco

We had the very best time on this tour, it covered all of the areas of interest stopping off at several places to give you a taster of the areas and attractions making it easy to choose ones to re-visit. Our guide was Rolando, he...More

Reviewed 5 days ago
Best trip to do with such a short time in the city.

This tour had come recommended by a family member, and i am so glad i booked it.We only had two full days in San Francisco, having done this tour though we felt we had seen so much in such a short space of time. Our...More

Thank katiemcgavin
Reviewed 1 week ago
Highly Recommend - Especially for First Time San Fran Visitors

I had been to San Francisco a few times so had already toured the entire city on those visits. This was a last minute 'get away' trip taking my 9 year old son to San Francisco for the first time. Alcatraz books out way in...More

Thank 201808M
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Gwin F
15 September 2018|
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Response from JTM1705 | Reviewed this property |
We were dropped off at 4.30pm.
Gildi C
9 September 2018|
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Response from cdroussel | Reviewed this property |
Not sure! I would contact the company directly.
5 August 2018|
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Response from Jonathan D | Reviewed this property |
You drive past Lombard street on the tour, but I’d say no. My recommendation would be to take an early cable car ride (to avoid the lines) on the Market-Hyde line from Market Street to Fishermans Wharf and get off just... More