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  • San Francisco: Golden Gate Bridge Seaplane Tour

    1. San Francisco: Golden Gate Bridge Seaplane Tour

    San Francisco is a city of excitement, and what better way to experience it than from the air on a traditional seaplane. The San Francisco Golden Gate Seaplane Tour is a very popular flight, and you'll soon discover why. You can choose to meet your tour at the Seaplane Base in Mill Valley, or book a roundtrip shuttle service from Fisherman's Wharf. Either way, you'll take off from the waters of the San Francisco Bay. You'll soon be high above this gorgeous city of tall buildings, steep hills and trolly cars. Cruise around and directly over the Golden Gate Bride, making sure you can snap some stunning pictures to amaze your friends. During the flight, you will also fly over Fisherman's Wharf, where you can look down on the chic and cool restaurants and shops below. You'll also fly over Angel Island and Alcatraz, before heading over the picturesque towns of Tiburon, Belvedere and Sausal...

    Pilot was fabulous, and a great narrator. I’ve lived in the Bay Area for 28 years but never experienced it like this. This is a fun and exciting way to spend a birthday. Kate

  • San Francisco Sunset Flight Tour

    2. San Francisco Sunset Flight Tour

    Take a 35-45 minute flight that starts off with a fly-over downtown Oakland, along the Bay Bridge, and over the Embarcadero, into San Francisco. From there your pilot navigates all the landmarks San Francisco has to offer including Coit Tower, Alcatraz, and the Golden Gate Bridge. This flight takes place as the sun sets and the skies highlight the Bay in beautiful orange and red hues. Witness nightlife waking up as the city lights light up all the main roads and buildings, and the first stars of the night greet you from above.

    Amazing flight over San Francisco!!! Most do !!! If you are lucky to get a seat tanner the pilot was amazing

  • San Francisco: Personal Travel & Vacation Photographer

    3. San Francisco: Personal Travel & Vacation Photographer

    The tour provider will organize the locations for the photo shoot based on your own unique requirements, whether it be a family getaway, a romantic trip or a livelier one with friends.  Once the details are organized, you will receive confirmation of all the infomation you need, leaving you to simply meet the photographer on the day and let them work their magic, capturing your travels in a contemporary and candid style of photography. Photographers are hand-picked and highly experienced. They are local experts and will share their knowledge of their city like an old friend. Once your photo tour has finished, you will receive a link to your own personal online gallery (password protected) within 5 working days, containing your professionally edited images, all free to download. This photo tour allows you to look back over your travels with fond memories, when all too often you are le...

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What people are saying about San Francisco

I love Segway tours and this was one of the best. I loved riding up and down the hills, especially getting a chance to go down Lombard Street. Susan was an awesome guide. If you have never done it, it is very easy tol learn and safe to do.

The weather was great, it evaporated, and the sun warmed everyone. Driving around on the Sagway was an experience. The guide explained a lot and also showed various sights. It was well worth the money.

My two sons (13 and 16) and I had a blast on the Segway tour. It was so fun riding, seeing the sights, and learning some interesting history of the city. Jack was a fantastic guide.

It was a fantastic experience. The guides were phenomenal. They trained us well and then gave an informative tour. They kept it fun and exciting.

Explore this beautiful city in a different way and hear beautiful stories. Well done Fima!