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San Francisco: Muir Woods, Sausalito, and Wine Country Tour

1. San Francisco: Muir Woods, Sausalito, and Wine Country Tour

Your day starts with a scenic drive over the Golden Gate Bridge to an isolated canyon filled with ancient coastal redwood trees. Arrive at Muir Woods National Monument and immerse yourself in the forest's peaceful tranquility. Stroll through the cool, moist air, as you admire 1000-year-old trees towering 260 feet tall. As you wander in and out of Mother Nature's redwood alleyways, experience the awe and mystery of the forest surrounded by Northern California’s signature fog. Next, enjoy a 1-hour lunch break in Sausalito, the seaside Mediterranean-style village across the San Francisco Bay. Sausalito is famous for its sweeping views, timeless sophistication, local boutiques, and cafes, and your tour guide will offer a list of popular local eateries for you to grab a bite to eat. Don’t forget to snap a few panoramic shots of the picturesque San Francisco skyline in the distance before the tour continues. After lunch, head north into the vine-covered hillsides of the world-famous Wine Country. During your venture, visit 2 local wineries for wine tasting sessions and an exclusive estate tour. Experience the inner workings of the wineries and their family history in Napa and Sonoma Valley, as an expert wine host walks you through the fermentation process, barrel aging, bottling, and of course tastings of some award-winning varietals. At each winery, enjoy up to 3-5 tastings of their signature blends. At the end of an exciting and unforgettable day, sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenic drive back over the Golden Gate Bridge and into San Francisco as the sun slowly starts to set into the Pacific Ocean. You’ll be back in San Francisco before dinner time so be ready to head out for a night on the town.

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Golden Gate Bridge: 3-Hour Sausalito Cycle Tour

2. Golden Gate Bridge: 3-Hour Sausalito Cycle Tour

Enjoy this 3-hour guided tour that departs from Fisherman’s Wharf. You’ll be outfitted with a current model bike, front handlebar bag, lock, helmet, rear gear rack, and takeaway map, and then be ready to head out on tour! With your guide you’ll follow the San Francisco waterfront past Aquatic Park, Fort Mason, the Marina, and the Presidio, through Crissy Field and to Fort Point. You’ll cross the Golden Gate Bridge on a wide bike path, and then proceed to Vista Point and on to Old Fort Baker. The cycling tour comes to an end in Sausalito where you’ll have time to enjoy the shops, the many art galleries, and the delicious food. You can return to San Francisco right after the tour ends, with the ferry, at your own cost, or choose to bike back. Alternatively, you can keep the bike until the shop’s closing hours and enjoy additional time exploring this fascinating area on your own. Note that the tour follows bike paths and the riding is mostly on flat terrain.

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San Francisco: 6-Hour City and Muir Woods Tour

3. San Francisco: 6-Hour City and Muir Woods Tour

Meet the tour operator outside Fisherman’s Wharf. After a brief roll call board the bus and travel to your first stop. Over the next 6 hours you’ll be treated to stories about the neighborhoods, diversity, and geography of the area. Exit the bus at several stops for photo opportunities and exploration of the area.  Stops include San Francisco's famous China Town and Little Italy. There will be several amazing photo opportunities including two stops to view the Golden Gate Bridge. Other areas of interest include Tenderloin, a neighborhood central to the local art scene, and Haight Ashbury the birthplace of the "Summer of Love." You will also spend over an hour in the majestic Muir Woods Redwood National Park admiring the redwoods. Cross the Golden Gate Bridge to enjoy lunch in the Mediterranean atmosphere of the Sausalito waterfront. 

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Bike the Golden Gate Bridge and Shuttle to Muir Woods

4. Bike the Golden Gate Bridge and Shuttle to Muir Woods

Pick up your bike at 8:15 AM. Before you hit the road you’ll go through some basic safety precautions, ensuring you’re familiar with the bike, helmet, and bike lock. You will then begin your journey over the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, with plenty of opportunities for photos. After making your way across the bridge, enjoy a leisurely downhill ride to the charming town of Sausalito, where you will drop-off your bike and have the opportunity to enjoy lunch on the beautiful waterfront. The guided shuttle will depart Sausalito for Muir Woods National Park at 11:30 AM. Upon arrival, you will receive suggestions for plenty of trails to discover some of the oldest and tallest living things in the world. After over an hour of exploring the beautiful redwoods, the shuttle will depart Muir Woods and will drop you right back in the heart of San Francisco to complete your day.  Here are some of the places you can explore: • Fisherman's Wharf - One of San Francisco's most popular destinations - from beautiful old shipyards, to Boudin's Bakery and of course, the sea lions of Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf has it all • Golden Gate Bridge - Declared one of the 10 wonders of the modern world, the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most recognized symbols of San Francisco • Sausalito - Located just across the Golden Gate Bridge, this artistic enclave has the setting and beauty of a European Mediterranean town. Enjoy your lunch on the San Francisco Bay • Muir Woods - Muir Woods National Monument is home to some of the oldest and most beautiful trees in the world. This woods feature gorgeous walking trails and striking scenery • Marina - A dreamy neighborhood on the edge of the bay, the Marina entices visitors and locals to its boutique-lined streets and hilly green space. It offers unmatched views of the Golden Gate • Fort Point - Located just beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, Fort Point gives you a front row seat to the San Francisco Bay. This former military fortification was used during both the Civil War and World War II • Aquatic Park - Positioned near the end of the Hyde Street Cable Car, Aquatic Park is a National Historic Landmark on the San Francisco Bay. It is one of the cleanest beaches in California • Palace of Fine Arts - Inspired by Roman and Greek architecture, the Palace of Fine Arts was originally constructed to celebrate San Francisco's recovery from the 1906 earthquake. A great photo stop

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San Francisco: Muir Woods Redwood Forest and Sausalito Tour

5. San Francisco: Muir Woods Redwood Forest and Sausalito Tour

This half-day tour begins with a pick-up from either, Hilton Union Square or Hotel Zephyr in Fisherman's Wharf. You’ll travel across the Golden Gate Bridge to the Muir Woods, where you will have up to 1.5 hours to explore the Muir Woods National Monument. Enjoy the tranquility of the forest and admire the world’s tallest redwoods. Afterwards, you’ll continue on to Sausalito where you’ll have time for lunch and to browse the boutiques and art galleries of this upscale seaside town. Stay in Sausalito as long as you like and then take a 25-minute ferry ride (fare included) from Sausalito back to San Francisco. Enjoy stunning views of the city from the ferry on San Francisco Bay. You’ll make your way back to your hotel when you arrive back in San Francisco.

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What people are saying about Sausalito

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 44 reviews

I don’t usually like yours or group activities but this was great. Eli was the best tour guide and stopped to tell us fascinating bits of history along the way. I took my 2 kids and while we didn’t go as fast as they would like, they really enjoyed seeing the city on a bike - and crossing the Golden Gate Bridge, which was on their teenage bucket list. We didn’t go to Sausalito because it was Thanksgiving and I didn’t think anything was open. But we had a fun solo ride back. Such a great way to explore Chrissy Field, the Marina District and learn about San Francisco’s military history.

Brendan was a great tour guide. Very low key & personable. Good history & relevant info about current info. Sausalito stop was good. MuirWoods was special with redwoods. We were somewhat challenged to find the meeting point AND parking. Parking garage was actually close by on Hyde. We paid $35.

Learned a lot about the Bay Area. The tour guide was very helpful and patient in letting us explore and take pictures whenever we stopped. The scenery was beautiful and it wasn’t a strenuous bike ride.

We had a wonderful time walking in Muir Woods! Beautiful and tranquil experience outside of the city!

Such a great tour, Judy was absolutely wonderful and we couldn’t have enjoyed our time more.