Tur til Muir Woods og Sausalito pluss cruise i San Francisco-bukta
First, this enthralling excursion takes you across the Golden Gate Bridge to stop for a view of San Francisco from Vista Point, then through the coastal mountains to the Bay Area's popular Muir Woods. This national monument is the site of a virgin forest of California Coast redwood trees, among the oldest and tallest on earth. Take the opportunity to roam through an ancient forest of giant redwood trees on your 75-minute visit of Muir Woods.
The tour then takes you to Sausalito, a quaint Mediterranean-style seaside village. Stroll along the waterfront, shop or take photos in this picturesque artists' colony nestled on the northern shores of San Francisco Bay.
In addition, you'll enjoy an hour of breathtaking sightseeing on the Golden Gate Bay Cruise. The fully narrated cruise on San Francisco Bay takes you under the Golden Gate Bridge (weather permitting) for close-up views of Alcatraz Island, the San Francisco waterfront and the California sea lions.
- Tour across the Golden Gate Bridge to Muir Woods and Sausalito
- Admission to Muir Woods
- Golden Gate Bay Cruise
- Transport by luxury air-conditioned coach with Wi-Fi and restroom
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Wheelchair accessible. However, passengers in a wheelchair can be accommodated only if they can get on and off the bus on their own and if the wheelchair is foldable.
The wood are amazing and Sausalito was also very nice. our guide John was very informative and stopped off at the Golden Gate Bridge for us to get photos. Excellent trip.
We relocated to the Bay Area from the east coast 8 months ago. My parents flew out to visit over Memorial Day Weekend. My son, an Airman in the USAF was also able to fly from SC. Having the family together for the first time in months, I wanted to find an activity that we could all enjoy while still having time to chat and catch up. I found this tour and booked for Sunday during the 3 day weekend. Everyone enjoyed the tour. That's not easy to do when you consider the demographics (23 and 21 year old "kids", late 40's mom and elderly grandparents). Pros: the instructions to meet the tour bus were easy to follow and checking in was a breeze. Overall cost ($100/person) was a good price. The tour followed the scheduled times quite well. The tour guide was knowledgeable and engaging. He offered pro tips and assistance for several groups. First stop was the visitor center on the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge. We only stopped here for a brief moment (10 minutes). If it was my first time here, I might not be as happy, but really, if you're staying in SF and want to get to the bridge, it's pretty easy to do. Second stop was Muir Woods; the redwoods are amazing. Of course, these trees are present all around the Bay, but you don't appreciate the grandeur until you've walked in the woods, stood next to a tree and pondered how amazing nature is. We had enough time at this spot (~ 75 minutes) to do a short hike. Those wanting more would do well to book a different tour. For us, this was perfect. Note: the roadway in to the woods can be challenging for those that get car sick; the bus has to wind around a bunch of switchbacks so be warned. After leaving Muir Woods, the bus brought us to Sausalito. The guide gave us several pointers as he drove to the drop off area. We had limited time here (1 hour) but were able to get some lunch (the fish and chips place was awesome...fast service and great food), and poke into a couple of shops before heading back to the bus. From there, we could choose to go back to the pickup point or to Pier 39. Since we had the Bay Cruise on our ticket, we went to Pier 39. We traded our vouchers in for tickets on to the cruise. The Bay Cruise staff was awesome...they allowed my family to board early (my mom has mobility challenges). The cruise has snacks and a bar. The only con is the timeline…it felt a little rushed at times, but that’s the nature of these types of tours.
Muir Woods fantastic, Josh our driver/guide very informative. Sausalito same old same old. Cruise - not a 1hour cruise as billed, under the bridge, round Alcatraz etc, was a very disappointing 25 minute ferry ride in the dark so we couldnt get any pictures and didnt go anywhere near the Golden Gate Bridge! Only booked this because my husband wanted to do the cruise under the bridge. Bitterly disappointed. To cap it all we had to find our own way back from Fisherman's Wharf to our hotel at 8pm at night. Apart from Muir Woods, not as described at all.
Jo the driver was very skilled. He navigated the narrow roads going up Muir Woods at the speed limit as safely as possible. I did not have any feeling of insecurity as he drove all the way and round trip as well.My only objection is when some passengers came later than the time he stated to be back on board, he made a joke out of it. Everyone else made the effort to be back on time.
We LOVED the Muir Woods portion of this tour. The national monument was peaceful, with several quiet spots on the trail -- great opportunities to spot wildlife. We got a
I didn’t know about Miur Woods until I read about it in the tour description. This tour took me places I could not have gone with SF public transportation. The driver was entertaining and made it fun.
It was an excellent tour , very informative and relaxing. The Muir Woods park is very impressive an we enjoyed it a lot. On our way back we decided to stay in Sausalito and have a nice lunch and stroll around the city. We took the Ferry back to San Francisco and the view of the Bay was breathtaking. We love the tour from beginning to end.
Enjoyed the tour. Would have liked more time in both Muir Woods and Sausalito...maybe the company would consider offering a full day tour. We chose to add on the Bay Cruise option and it was fun to cruise under the Golden Gate Bridge and around Alcatraz. Be cautioned, if you add on the Bay Cruise, you are dropped off in the Fisherman's Wharf area and must make you own way back to your hotel after the cruise. This was fine for us as we were within walking distance, but it is something to consider if your hotel is not close by.