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muir woods sausalito halfday tour from san francisco
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Muir Woods & Sausalito: Half-Day Tour from San Francisco

Duration: 5 - 6 hours
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Visit Muir Woods National Monument and Sausalito on this time-saving half-day tour! From serene ranks of giant redwoods to the quiet lapping of water…

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Full-Day Muir Woods with Napa and Sonoma Wine Tour

Duration: 10 hours
Small group
42 Reviews
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Head out of San Francisco to see magnificent coastal redwoods in Muir Woods and tour Napa and Sonoma County’s wine country. Enjoy a hike in a…

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Not To Be Missed- Great Tour Guide/Driver

I've met three tour guides for this trip they were accommodating people friendly and So So Approachable. My guide was a German-American I can't Remember his name he was knowledgeable and also accommodating. He made sure we were comfortable at all times and well fed between our breaks whilst stretching our legs on our Stop offs. He was animative and made us felt being part of a team both singles and couples alike.. Yosemite is awesome....!! Breathtaking Views colourful Picturesque scenic views Wow Wow Wow..!! It appears S if it's something out of a fantasy movie especially at the mountainous the photograph is so colourfull you dont even need to adjust your camera filter or ISO Its so natural colour for Camera smart phones SLR and go-pro type action cameras. No adjustments just natural..!! If you forget your sandwiches no need to worry as at the National visitors centre Theres an awesome food restaurant and somewhere to fill your water bottle....its awesome...!!!

Majestic forest. Don’t drive on your own!

Loved the visit ! The ride up there is harrowing at times but our driver was excellent. The only way to go, in my opinion, is by mini tour bus. We had 7 people in our van and even though admission wasn’t included in the tour it was worth the cost to not have to drive on those zigzag roads. You can’t go in your car without a parking reservation. People not informed hold up traffic because they have to have this explained by the park rangers when they pull up to park with no reservation. They then can’t go online to make a reservation because there is no cell service up there. Parking for cars can be a mile away. The walk is all uphill and then walking around the forest would be exhausting for kids and older people. I didn’t see any strollers so I don’t think they are permitted.

Muir Woods: Redwood Forest with Ferry Morning Tour Reviewed by Anonymous, 08/15/2019

Great way to spend a day in San Francisco and cover a whole lot.

This tour is a great way to see three iconic San Francisco landmarks in a day without feeling to hurried. Our guide. Eddie was great, particularly for the walk through Chinatown which is clearly dear to his heart. On this matter he was very knowledgeable, and we went back to sample his food recommendation which were very tasty. Doing Alcatraz and cable car trip in our own time was a good way of doing it. Only minor complaint was the limited directions on how to find the lower terminus of the California Street cable car. That could of been made clearer.

Truly wonderful trip. Our tour Constantine is totally professional

Our tour guide Constantine is professional, entertaining, cares and looks after our safety. Gave us lots of useful tips like where to eat, how to make full use of our time, where to hike, how long is the hike, etc. throughout the journey there, he gave us a good solid introduction of SF's history, people, culture, the places we drived thru, Yosemite, etc.Worth the long drive and the tough hike down and up to see the giant trees.

Our guide was very interesting and a wealth of knowledge

Ted, our guide, was very helpful and always ensured we were comfortable with the walking up hills. He gave us various options for the route to view the wonderful houses. Ted’s knowledge was vast on San Francisco, as well as the architecture and history of the many houses we visited.